The Michigan Embedded Systems' Hub is a shared resource available to all UM undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty. We have the resources needed to do basic embedded systems work and also offer a variety of training sessions related to embedded systems (PCB design, soldering, and microcontroller basics).
The space is open for all undergraduates and graduates to use whenever the doors are open, or during official activites. Please stop by and come on in!
The Hub also hosts short-term faculty-sponsored projects related to embedded systems. If you are a faculty member and need short-term space for student embedded systems projects (one semester or less) we might be able to help! Interested faculty members should contact Mark Brehob with any questions.
Lessons for Fall 2016 are offered on Wednesday 4:30-6:30PM and Friday 3:00-5:00PM.Visit the Lessons page to view the four lessons offered, view the Calendar page to view when lessons and office hours are offered, and see the Sign-Up Form page to sign up for a lesson.