Dr Edmund Seto’s research laboratory in the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences is looking for two undergraduate EE students (junior or senior) with circuit design experience to participate in the design of an air quality monitor PCB. These next generation air quality monitors are being used in research studies around the country to study the effects of air pollution on health and test the effectiveness of air pollution reduction strategies. We will be using Eagle PCB design software to create a circuit board to power a collection of air quality sensors, amplify and filter their signals and send the data to an internet database using a cellular modem. Experience with circuit design software other than Eagle, i.e. KiCad, Altium, etc., is fine. The project will take approximately 3 months. Class/research credit could be provided during summer quarter, per agreed-upon arrangements. Interested students should contact Graeme Carvlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UW Environmental & Occupational Health Looking for EE Undergrads with Circuit Design ExperienceMay 16th, 2017