Here’s a little reminder for those of you who don’t check the CRF calender (which you should!) about the lecture of basic electronics. Two wednesdays in row (9:th and 16:th October), Sternå will hold lectures about concepts in basic electronics, components and application aimed at beginners (even if you’re not a beginner, this might be good for you). The first lecture will focus mainly on basic concepts (such as voltage/current and ohms law) and the basic components and their properties. The second lecture will focus about different electrical circuits and applications and how to choose the component with the correct parameters. Common for these lectures is that the main focus will be on applicable knowledge. No Thevenin equivalents or theoretical current sources here!
The lectures start at 19 and will be about 1 hour long. So, come to the workshop in case you would like to learn about basic electronics with a focus on applications.
The lecture will most likely be held in Swedish (at least the slides are going to be in Swedish). If there is enough demand, the lecture can be held in English.