1st
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Syllabus
Instrumentation
Technology  A prologue
A view on the
historical development
A view on the people
A view on the applications
Modeling of a physical system
Techniques
for the solution of problems
Examples:
Applications:
Laboratory
Report:
Organization
of a Laboratory Report
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Introduction to Process Control
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Homework
Report:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

2nd
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Process Control Signals
SymbologyProcess and Instrumentation Diagrams  P&IP
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

3rd
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Calibration
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:
What's the difference between accuracy and precision?  Matt Anticole
Accuracy vs Precision

4th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

5th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

6th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

7th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

8th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

9th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:
national
analog

10th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

11th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

12th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

13th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

14th
week 
First
meeting: Laboratory
Topics:
Distributed
in class.
Examples:
See
textbook.
Applications:
See
textbook.
Laboratory
Report:
Due
at the beginning of the next Laboratory meeting.
References:
Second
meeting: Lecture
Topics:
Examples:
Applications:
Homework:
As
assigned in Syllabus.
Due
at the beginning of the next Lecture session.
It
will be evaluated for completeness but not necessarily
corrected and graded.
References:

15th
week

First
meeting: Laboratory
Proposed
Titles of projects:
Presentation of Projects:
1.
Title
2.
Review of the field
3.
Short description of the process, method, techniques
4.
Figures, photographs that describe the process
5.
Description of other processes
6.
Advantages of the method
7.
Disadvantages of the method
8.
Conclusions
9.
Further work
10.
References
Prepare
an electronic presentation
Prepare
hand outs for your audiences
Second
meeting: Lecture
Final Examination
