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Arduino: Programming Techniques

This workshop aims to show how display systems can be interfaced to an Arduino and how functions can be written and.

The workshop extends the ideas of structured programming techniques using procedures with parameters passed to them. It shows how several output devices can be controlled using switch inputs.


Attendees are expected to have knowledge in using the Arduino IDE to write simple programs and have some knowledge of interfacing simple on/off devices.

Aimed at

Any postgraduate research student or research staff who wishes to use an Arduino microcontroller to control experiments, and who have attended the Introduction to Arduino workshop or have had some basic experience of using the Arduino

Presented by

Prof. Chris Hudson

Key learning outcomes

This workshop aims to allow the user to:

  • be able to use the structured programming techniques of sequencing, iteration and selection
  • be able to write functions using parameters passed to them to manipulate an external device
  • be able to interface several LEDs and switches to the Arduino
  • write functions to control the LEDs dependant on the switch input selection

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This workshop is provided by

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