ARM Embedded Systems Workshop

July 21 of 2017, Boca Raton, FL, United States.
Room: Majestic Palm

Abstract

This hands-on workshop incorporates hardware and software material available from the Embedded Systems Education Kit produced by the ARM University Program and is based on the low-cost ($11) and main-stream ST NUCLEO-F103RB hardware platform. It introduces the education experience with a mechatronics approach, which is suitable for introductory and mid-level embedded systems courses and incorporates some of the experiences at INSPER.
The material covered in the workshop focusses on accessing and programming the microcontroller in C, both from mbed and MDK-ARM environment; subsequent material includes mechatronics topics such as controlling a stepper motor using dedicated device library. 

 

Silvio Szafir Bio:

Silvio Szafir holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis in Automation and Control from Escola Politecnica of University of São Paulo, 2000 and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Electronics from Faculdade Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) College of Engineering, 1991. Working on projects involving embedded systems and educational robotics training, he has lectured courses in engineering since 2004 and supervises students on their theses and scientific initiation.  He is currently a professor in the Engineering Department at Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa (Insper), Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he collaborates on courses involving electronic systems laboratories, electric motors and drives, and mechatronic projects.

John Shockley Bio:

John Shockley is the ARM University Program Manager for the Americas Region, where he works to enable academics to use ARM-based products and teaching materials in their engineering curricula. Prior to ARM, he worked as a Sr. Program Manager at SRI International, where he directed the Training and Education Technology Development Program and led research and development programs in training and education systems, including development of on-line, 3D-enabled, training ecosystem for the US Department of Energy and a development of program to enhance US National Guard field training exercises with computer simulations. He holds an M.S. degree in Engineering and Policy from Washington University and a B.S. in Physics from Harvey Mudd College.