Engineers Day events in the Davis Marksbury Building from the Computer Engineering folks in 108 Marksbury
This year, Computer Engineering researchers based in the 108 Marksbury lab are going to do a bit more than just an open house forEngineers Day: we'll also be giving free tutorials after the open house has ended. Space is limited, so we encourage you to sign-up beforehand (either online with the link soon to be posted here or in the 108 Marksbury lab during the open house).
Computers & Things
Multiple and interactive demonstrations for new ways to make computers (e.g., quantum computing), computers making things (e.g., 3D printing), computers inside things (e.g., digital cameras), and a tour of the 108A supercomputer machine room.
|Location:||Marksbury Large Conference Room|
|Notes:||You do not need to bring your computer. However, if you bring your computer, we will help you get started installing Linux on it. You might not complete the install during the tutorial timeslot.|
|Instructor:||Dr. Himanshu Thapliyal|
|Instructor:||Dr. Hank Dietz|
|Notes:||You will learn the basics of how to use a 3D printer, such as the $400 Wanhao Duplicator I3, and you will see one in operation and will be given a 3D-printed part. However, although the tutorial is somewhat hands-on, there is not enough time for each attendee to create and print their own design.|