Engineering encompasses a passion to create the wealth in our society that connects us. The childish curiosity to push past our limits of knowledge challenges us. Ryerson Electronics Chapter creates a community inspiring us to have fun leveraging the theory from the lecture hall into DIY electronics projects.
REC is dedicated to promoting the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electrical and computer applications.
Weekly Drop-In workshops are designed to challenge participants of all skill levels, utilizing Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Github, Electronics, Signals, Embedded Programming, design and much more! As an attendee, you can expect to leave each workshop with a new and improved skill set.
IEEE REC (Ryerson Electronics Chapter), formerly known as Hobby Electronics Club, will be continuing their Arduino workshops!
With the goal to explore as many different electronic components as possible and making fun projects with them, REC has a lot in store for this year.
The first week was an introduction to basic Arduino set up, where students built a traffic light system. The second week explored transistors and third was all about using sensors! There’s always new components and projects to be made each week!
Workshops are once a week, more details are posted on the IEEE REC Website prior to the workshops. Sign ups are through facebook posts on EventBrite.
“Let’s reignite the spark in learning!”