Kerry K. Kuehn

PHY 215 is an introductory course on the uses of a small computer in the laboratory. Top- ics include: input and output ports, analog to digital converters, thermistors, timers, stepper motors, nonlinear least squares fitting to experimental data, digital signal processing, numerical integration, temperature measurement and control, and scientific documentation.

The required text for the course is:

Kernighan, B., & Ritchie, D. M. (2017). The C programming language.

In addition, the laboratory manual is available as a pdf file by clicking the link below.

Laboratory sessions will be held during the Spring of 2019 in Generac Hall at Wisconsin Lutheran College on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 - 10:50 a.m. The course syllabus, laboratory manual, and other resources can be found by clicking on the links provided below..
course syllabus