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PEE201: Writing Code for Arduino
Oct
20
2:00 PM14:00

PEE201: Writing Code for Arduino

From code…

…to blinking LEDs in real life.


Bring your own laptop (Win/Mac/Linux)!

Learning Objectives
- Control a lamp by code running on an Arduino
- Control the Arduino by an external button
- Create a text-based user interface to send commands to the Arduino

Teacher
Beat Geissmann from Rovenso / Octanis Instruments
Microtechnology Engineer MSc EPFL.

Price
35 CHF/participant. Free for Octanis Members.


Registration


You can register on Meetup to save your spot immediately and pay online. Or if you prefer to pay by cash, use the form below.


For cash payment or if you are an Octanis Member, please fill out this form. Submitting this form reserves you a spot as long as there are places left. Your name and email is kept until the end of the workshop so we can contact you.

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PEE223: Writing and Debugging Firmware for STM32 Microcontrollers
Nov
16
2:00 PM14:00

PEE223: Writing and Debugging Firmware for STM32 Microcontrollers

stm32.jpg

In this workshop, you will learn how to use the popular ARM Cortex microcontroller family STM32.

Some C programming knowledge required.

Learning Objectives:

- Configure the microcontroller using CubeMX
- Generate code
- Use tasks in FreeRTOS
- Flash code using a makefile
- Debug

Requirements

  • Laptop with recent Mac OS X or Linux (LTS) installed

  • Visual Studio Code Insiders Edition installed

Price
35 CHF/participant. Free for Octanis Members.

Registration


For cash payment or if you are an Octanis Member, please fill out this form. Submitting this form reserves you a spot as long as there are places left. Your name and email is kept until the end of the workshop so we can contact you.

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EEIT102: Raspberry Pi for Beginners
Nov
23
2:00 PM14:00

EEIT102: Raspberry Pi for Beginners

This introduction workshop will show you how to:
- power on your Raspberry Pi with an SD card,
- remotely connect to your Raspberry Pi with SSH,
- connect to the internet using Wifi/Ethernet,
- run Python programs (and keeping them running forever),
- for advanced participants: connect external sensors

After the "theoretical part" of the workshop ends, you can stay and work on your Raspberry Pi project (16h -20h). We'll be there to help you.

If you don't have your own hardware, we can offer from our stock:
- Raspberry Pi 3: 35 CHF
- There is an open stock in the space so you can get what you need there.

Learning Objectives

- power on your Raspberry Pi with an SD card,
- remotely connect to your Raspberry Pi with SSH,
- connect to the internet using Wifi/Ethernet,
- run Python programs (and keeping them running forever),
- for advanced participants: connect external sensors

Price
35 CHF/participant. Free for Octanis Members.

Registration

You can register on Meetup to save your spot immediately and pay online. Or if you prefer to pay by cash, use the form below.


For cash payment or if you are an Octanis Member, please fill out this form. Submitting this form reserves you a spot as long as there are places left. Your name and email is kept until the end of the workshop so we can contact you.

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PEE223: Writing and Debugging Firmware for STM32 Microcontrollers
Sep
7
2:00 PM14:00

PEE223: Writing and Debugging Firmware for STM32 Microcontrollers

stm32.jpg

In this workshop, you will learn how to use the popular ARM Cortex microcontroller family STM32.

Some C programming knowledge required.

Learning Objectives:

- Configure the microcontroller using CubeMX
- Generate code
- Use tasks in FreeRTOS
- Flash code using a makefile
- Debug

Requirements

  • Laptop with recent Mac OS X or Linux (LTS) installed

  • Visual Studio Code Insiders Edition installed

Price
35 CHF/participant. Free for Octanis Members.

Registration


For cash payment or if you are an Octanis Member, please fill out this form. Submitting this form reserves you a spot as long as there are places left. Your name and email is kept until the end of the workshop so we can contact you.

Name *
Name
If you would like us to make you an invoice, you can tell us what we should put on the invoice here.
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EEIT102: Raspberry Pi for Beginners
Apr
13
2:00 PM14:00

EEIT102: Raspberry Pi for Beginners

This introduction workshop will show you how to:
- power on your Raspberry Pi with an SD card,
- remotely connect to your Raspberry Pi with SSH,
- connect to the internet using Wifi/Ethernet,
- run Python programs (and keeping them running forever),
- for advanced participants: connect external sensors

After the "theoretical part" of the workshop ends, you can stay and work on your Raspberry Pi project (16h -20h). We'll be there to help you.

If you don't have your own hardware, we can offer from our stock:
- Raspberry Pi 3: 35 CHF
- There is an open stock in the space so you can get what you need there.

Learning Objectives

- power on your Raspberry Pi with an SD card,
- remotely connect to your Raspberry Pi with SSH,
- connect to the internet using Wifi/Ethernet,
- run Python programs (and keeping them running forever),
- for advanced participants: connect external sensors

Price
35 CHF/participant. Free for Octanis Members.

Registration

You can register on Meetup to save your spot immediately and pay online. Or if you prefer to pay by cash, use the form below.


For cash payment or if you are an Octanis Member, please fill out this form. Submitting this form reserves you a spot as long as there are places left. Your name and email is kept until the end of the workshop so we can contact you.

Name *
Name
If you would like us to make you an invoice, you can tell us what we should put on the invoice here.
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PEE201: Writing Code for Arduino [1 SPOT LEFT]
Mar
10
4:00 PM16:00

PEE201: Writing Code for Arduino [1 SPOT LEFT]

From code…

…to blinking LEDs in real life.


Bring your own laptop (Win/Mac/Linux)!

Learning Objectives
- Control a lamp by code running on an Arduino
- Control the Arduino by an external button
- Create a text-based user interface to send commands to the Arduino

Teacher
Beat Geissmann from Rovenso / Octanis Instruments
Microtechnology Engineer MSc EPFL.

Price
35 CHF/participant. Free for Octanis Members.


Registration


You can register on Meetup to save your spot immediately and pay online. Or if you prefer to pay by cash, use the form below.


For cash payment or if you are an Octanis Member, please fill out this form. Submitting this form reserves you a spot as long as there are places left. Your name and email is kept until the end of the workshop so we can contact you.

Name *
Name
If you would like us to make you an invoice, you can tell us what we should put on the invoice here.
Checkbox *
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Introduction à LaTeX
Mar
1
12:15 PM12:15

Introduction à LaTeX

Concentrez-vous sur le contenu de vos documents, plutôt que sur leur mise en page !

Dans cet atelier, vous apprendrez à utiliser LaTeX, un système de composition de documents qui permet de facilement mettre en page des rapports, articles scientifiques, des livres, présentations etc. y compris s’ils contiennent des expressions mathématiques, linguistiques ou chimiques.

Les sujets suivants seront traités :

- Les avantages d’utiliser LaTeX
- Comment débuter avec LaTeX
- Introduction aux extensions de base (illustrations, tableaux, mathématiques, références...)
- Astuces pour l’utilisation de LaTeX
- Des pistes pour continuer le travail

Apportez votre propre ordinateur portable (Win/Mac/Linux) !

Enseignant·e·s
Franziska Meinherz c’Octanis.

En collaboration avec Julien Junod du Rolex Learning Centre.
Bibliothécaire scientifique

Inscription

Vous pouvez vous inscrire via le site du Rolex Learning Centre..

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Introduction to LaTeX
Feb
26
6:15 PM18:15

Introduction to LaTeX

Spend your time focusing on the content of your documents or slides, rather than on how to make them readable!

In this workshop, you will learn how to use LaTeX, a text editing system that allows you to easily typeset technical reports, linguistics papers, scientific articles, books, slides, posters...

The workshop covers the following topics:

- Key advantages of using LaTeX
- How to get started with LaTeX
- Introduction to key packages (graphics, tables, math tools, bibliography...)
- Best practices for using LaTeX: Customising, using different templates, structuring complex / long documents
- Guidelines for continuing the work

Bring your own laptop (Win/Mac/Linux)!

Teachers
Franziska Meinherz from Octanis.

In collaboration with Julien Junod from the Rolex Learning Centre.
Scientific librarian.

Registration

You can register on the booking form of the Rolex Learning Centre.

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