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Teaching Mechatronics at the Undergraduate LevelAbstractMechatronics is an increasingly popular, multidisciplinary field of engineering which combinesmechanics, electronics, computer science and control systems. This synergistic approach tosolving engineering problems is extremely valuable in the current technological stage of theindustry, and therefore graduates and professionals with mechatronics-based skillsets arehighly sought-after by engineering employers.
Riofrio, J. A., & Northrup, S. G. (2013, June), Teaching Undergraduate Introductory Course to Mechatronics in the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Using Arduino Paper presented at 2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia. https://peer.asee.org/22539
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