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LEDs flash during an introductory course

First-year students majoring in information technology and electrical engineering build LED flashers during a course that introduces them to their field of study and encourages them to develop, among others, their collaboration and programming skills.
Students Lauri Kauhanen (holding “Lediviuhahdin”), Miikka Mäenpää, Saana Kaario, Markus Murtomäki, Panu Happonen, Olli Eloranta and Lassi Hämäläinen.
Students Lauri Kauhanen (holding “Lediviuhahdin”), Miikka Mäenpää, Saana Kaario, Markus Murtomäki, Panu Happonen, Olli Eloranta and Lassi Hämäläinen.

All the LED flashers are evaluated at the end of the course, and the best ones are awarded. This year the students who built the LED flashers called "Lediviuhahdin" and "Olutsarja" were selected as the winners. The students were presented with certificates of honour by Professor Hannu-Matti Järvinen and Dean Jarmo Takala from the Faculty of Computing and Electrical Engineering.

 

 

News submitted by: Anna Naukkarinen
Keywords: education and studies