Eric is a physicist on the faculty at CU, Boulder and Front Range Community College. He is also the Dean of the Signal Integrity Academy. He leads Arduino workshops at Tinkermill, the Longmont Hackerspace. His current interests are in simple, robust and low cost electronics for high precision physics experiments.
Build a Geiger Counter to Monitor a Radioactive Cat
Use a homebrew Geiger counter to monitor Maxwell, the cat after radiation treatment.
Build this Professional Grade Data Acquisition System
Build a high performance general-purpose workbench instrument for under $100.
Why You Need an Analog Front End and How to Set It Up
How to make your sensors talk nice to your microcontroller.