Arduino Use and Programming

In cooperation with the Graduate Follow-up Unit in our department, two training courses were held for students of the second stage of the Computer Engineering Branch, including morning and evening studies. The duration of each of these courses was three days over a month for the first session (the evening study) from 10 am to 12 pm in the computer lab (PC1), and for the second session (the morning study with the guests from the evening study) from 12 pm to 2 pm in the computer lab (PC2). An introduction about this type of controllers and the way to program it were given. In addition, applications on how to connect the sensors (gas, flame, and light sensors) in addition to the DC motor and how to manage it were also given in this course. The total number of students participating in these two courses was (27 male and female students). This course was delivered by Asst. Lect. Mohamed Hassan and Lect. Farah Flaieh.