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Electronics & Computer Engineering Lab Tour

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June 10

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

9–10 AM

Take a look inside the vast world of electronics and computer engineering. In this tour, you'll walk through several labs loaded with equipment. From conveyor systems, robots, and PLCs to oscilloscopes and microprocessor boards, you'll see it all.


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