Microprocessor and IoT
Seoul, South Korea
Area of Study
Computer Engineering, Computer Info Systems, Computer Programming, Computer Science
Taught In English
Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units0
Hours & Credits
Remote J-term: Class session will be a mix of Real-time Zoom (South Korea Standard Time) and Pre-recorded content.
Description: This course discusses about how microprocessor works, using x86 and RISC architectures as case studies, followed by its usage on microcontroller (case study: ARM/Atmel). The last 2 classes discuss about future research and enhancement possibilities in microprocessor world including IoT and its supporting technologies.
Objective: Students should be able to explain how microprocessor works by comparing x86 (case study: i8088) and RISC architecture (case study: ARM Cortex) -Students should be able to design and program microcontroller using ARM Cortex M3 -Students should be able to design and program an IoT device using ARM-based Arduino system using emulator (TinkerCAD.com) and send its data to IoT Platform for analytic -Students should be able to explain the future trends of microprocessor technologies