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Microprocessors and Embedded Microcontrollers MIE438H1
Teaching Assistant

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1) Lab contact (preparation, conducting labs, answering questions, handling lab equipment) 2) Lab report grading (grading the reports of 2 labs (per TA) and following up with remark requests 3) Midterm grading (grading and following up with remark requests) 4) Midterm invigilation


Significant experience with embedded programming and microcontrollers, especially Freescale or similar architectures, is mandatory. Experience teaching in an electronics laboratory setting is also mandatory - must be able to use all basic lab equipment (oscilloscope, power supply, function generator). Training material will be provided for the specific microcontroller platform being used in the course, and preparation time is included.


Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
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St. George
$43.65 per hour + 4% vacation pay
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