Other Projects/Trainings/Hackathons

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In the Fall 2018 Semester, I used PBASIC to program the Basic Stamp Microcontroller in electronic circuits as part of a course on microprocessors. Assigned projects include an intersection traffic system with/without pedestrian crossing, a Las Vegas casino lighting sequence, security-gate at a gated community, a servo-seven-segment-LED combo, a windshield wiper, a stopwatch and a conveyor belt. Example projects videos are shown below.

As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, I am currently using VHDL in the labs for the course Digital Circuits Fundamentals (Fall 2018 and now Spring 2019)

As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, I facilitated the use of  LabView and the NI myDaq for labs in the course  Electronics and Instrumentation for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018

I am currently doing the MOOC: EDX Harvardx CS50’s Introduction to Computer Science. Languages used include Scratch.

I have completed the following MOOCs (all certificates are here):

  • EDX OsakaUx: CNR101x: Cognitive Neuroscience Robotics Part A
  • Lynda.com: Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Neural Networks
  • Lynda.com: Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Machine Learning
  • Lynda.com: Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Thinking Machines
  • Lynda.com: Learning Bash Scripting
  • Lynda.com: Learning nano
  • Lynda.com: Learning Linux Command Line (2016)
  • Lynda.com: Programming Foundations: Real-World Examples

I participated in the NASA International Space Apps Challenge Hackathon 2015 using  the Raspberry Pi in the Robotics Category.

During the GE Lagos Garage (2014), I learnt and assisted in training on SketchUp as a CAD prototyping tool.













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