In 2014, as an undergraduate in ECE at Purdue University I served as a teaching assistant for ECE 362, an embedded systems design class. We taught students how to interface microcontrollers with peripheral components such as LCD screens, external memory devices, and motors. We taught them how to write firmware for ADCs, interrupt controllers, PWM modules and other microcontroller peripherals. Students completed a project at the end of the course that demonstrated their embedded systems design skills. As a student in the class the previous semester, my teammates and I created a water jet audio visualizer cleverly named the Aqualizer.
In 2013, as an undergraduate in ECE at Purdue University I served as a teaching assistant for ECE 270, an introduction to digital design class. We taught students about combinational and sequential logic. Students learned to use CPLDs to implement various digital circuit designs they created using ABEL, a hardware description language. By the end of the course students had to design a simple, single cycle processor.