Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Sense It

Sense It: July 24 – 28, 2017

Understand your smartphone's positioning sensors • Gather information with wireless devices


Develop your own network of wireless devices • Remotely turn off a TV with your smartphone


Program a microcontroller to control LEDs and wireless devices

At Sense It you'll learn the fundamentals behind wireless sensors and how they are being used in modern technology . You'll get experience working with remote measuring devices, programming, and connecting circuits. You'll get a closer look at how these devices connect with one another and gather information, and control your own wireless sensors to complete a task of your choice.

Camp participants will work in small teams on the week's projects.

All of the Electrify Tech Camps will include recreational activities, daily lunches at a College cafeteria, and special activities designed to introduce the camper to Engineering at Michigan.


*Camp activities and schedule subject to change.

Meet the Instructors

Alexander Ganago

Prof. Alexander Ganago is Instructional Laboratories Manager and an adjunct professor for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Jamie Phillips

Prof. Jamie Phillips is an Electrical & Computer Engineering faculty member at the University of Michigan. He specializes in new materials for electronic components, solar cells, infrared detectors, laser diodes, and thin film transistors. Prof. Phillips has taught 22 courses of all levels, and developed a photovoltaics and solar power course that had students designing, building, and testing their own solar powered systems. He was named Arthur F. Thurnau Professor by U-M in honor of his outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. He is a Michigan alum, receiving his undergraduate and PhD degrees from U-M.