MIT Edgerton Center: Strobe Project Laboratory
Strobe Project Laboratory is one of the most popular of the EECS Labs
at MIT. It covers or the application of electronic flash sources to
measurement and photography, as well as high-speed imaging, optical
and acoustic sensors, and darkroom techniques. I TA'd this class
1998-1999 under Prof. Jim Bales.
Introduction to Digital Electronics
I assisted in teaching this after my first year at MIT. It was fun to
interact with freshmen and teach them how to properly solder. I was
dissappointed, however, that I was never able to convince the
students to pronounce LED's as "L-E-D's" instead of "leds".
MIT Media Lab: How to Make Almost Anything
This is a very popular class at the MIT Media Lab; a diverse
curriculum of nearly every fabrication technique imaginable is
provided for, including machining, electronics, 3-D printing,
lasercutting, and water-jet cutting.
I taught the hands-on CNC machining section, as well as giving a
lecture on manufacturing techniques such as injection molding.