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Teaching Enhancement via Small-Scale Affordable Labs (TESSAL) Center

TESSAL Publications

  • B. Ferri, J. Auerbach, J. Jackson, J. Michaels, D. Williams, “A Program For Distributed Laboratories In The ECE Curriculum,” 2008 ASEE Frontiers in Education Conference, June 22-25, Pittsburgh. (View PDF, 387Kb)
  • S. Uluagac and D. Williams, “Building Hardware-Based Low-Cost Experimental DSP Learning Modules,” 2008 ASEE Frontiers in Education Conference, June 22-25, Pittsburgh. (View PDF, 491Kb)
  • B. Ferri, S. Ahmed, J. Michaels, E. Dean, C. Garyet, S. Shearman, “Signal Processing Experiments with the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Kit for Use in Signals and Systems Courses,” 2009 American Control Conference, St. Louis, June 2009. (View PDF, 151Kb)
  • B. Ferri, J. Auerbach, H. Qu, “Distributed Laboratories: A Finite State Machine Module,” to be presented at the World Congress In Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Applied Computing, International Conference: Frontiers in Education Conference on Computer Science and Computer Engineering, Las Vegas, NV, July 2010. (View PDF, 210Kb)
  • B. Ferri and J. Auerbach, “Work in Progress - A Program to Incorporate Portable Labs Into Lecture-Based Electrical and Computer Engineering Courses,” ASEE/ IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Washington DC. (View PDF, 22Kb)
  • J. Auerbach and B. Ferri, “Work in Progress - The Costs and Benefits of Using Alternative Approaches in Lecture-Based Courses: Experience in Electrical Engineering,” ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Washington DC. (View PDF, 23Kb)

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