Tuesday, February 12, 2013

6.002x at NUM

Few university students at the National University of Mongolia (NUM) who received edX certificates for the locally-offered version of 6.002x in Fall 2012!

(Not the same group as the the high school students at the Sant school in Spring 2012.)

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

[6.002x] MITx certificates

Dear all,

The 6.002x certificates from MITx are now available for download. You should go to your 'Profile' page, and there will be a link to generate the MITx certificate. You can get it with and without the course grade.

I hope you are proud of your achievement, and that in the future you will continue to strive beyond the ordinary,


Friday, June 8, 2012

[6.002x] The End

Congratulations to everyone for finishing the final exam of 6.002x.

The last three months were some of the most difficult in your academic career so far -- the challenging engineering curriculum from MIT, the daily lab/lecture sessions at the Sant school, as well as the fact that the entire course was conducted in English. You should be very proud of having completed the course.

I believe that all of you have learned a lot about electrical engineering -- both theory and practice. The content of 6.002x is a crucial foundation for further studies in electrical engineering, and I hope that you will stay engaged with future follow-on courses from MITx. And, for those of you who did not completely master the content of 6.002x, you should consider re-enrolling in the class during the September session. (You can then spend this summer, among other things, by reviewing math fundamentals necessary for 6.002x.)

For your information, I will be leaving Mongolia on Sunday night. I will be available at the school on Saturday and Sunday, however, to discuss anything that you're interested in. I would love to see you there.

I hope to hear of your great work in the future,

Sant school electronics lab -- June 8, 2012

Scene from the lab:


Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Wiimote whiteboard at Sant school (2) and other things

Discussion and demo. More to come here.

Getting an Arduino and other electronics tools... Not an easy task to get Amazon shipments here.

Prototype (yet incomplete) of an alarm that's triggered by loud noise:

Future plans:

Monday, June 4, 2012

[6.002x] Recommended problems

Hi all,

Here's a list of homework problems that I think you should review, as a minimum, in preparation for the final.
  • H1P3: Power in resistive networks
  • H2P3: Logic circuits
  • H3P1: SR model, static discipline
  • H5P1: MOSFET analysis
  • H6P4: Switched RC
  • H7P2: Switched LR
  • H8P1: Delta function input
  • H9P2: Differential equation
  • H10P2: Impedances
  • H11P1: More impedance
  • H12P2: Op-amp analysis