On this page you will find the documents for the "TP" (Practical Time) lab that I instructed at the INSA Strasbourg Engineering School in Strasbourg, France while I was on sabbatical from York University. Links to videos and other material are included in the PDFs. The lab uses the Microchip Curiosity board, with built-in debugger and the PIC16F1619 microcontroller:
- Lab 1: Lab1_GE4MIQ4_NumElec2_ver9_student_version (Intro to the PIC16)
- Lab 2: Lab2_GE4MIQ4_NumElec2_ver6_student_version (7-segment Display)
- Lab 3: Lab3_GE4MIQ4_NumElec2_ver8_student_version (Interrupts & Mixed C+Assembler)
Students: for lab reports, please email me a PDF or Word document. Send the email to email@example.com.
James Andrew Smith is an associate professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department in York University's Lassonde School. He lived in Strasbourg, France and taught at the INSA Strasbourg and Hochschule Karlsruhe while on sabbatical in 2018-19 with his wife and kids. This blog post is part of a series discussing the family's sabbatical year, from both personal and professional perspectives. You can view my Twitter postings from about Strasbourg (INSA) and HsKa (Karlsruhe).