Intel® Galileo University Curricula

Professors around the world are creating new curricula, workshops, and class projects which integrate physical computing into disparate disciplines. Students studying subjects ranging from robotics to design, Internet of Things, art, and computer science are engaging in hands-on learning and building prototypes with Intel Galileo® boards.

They are also participating in Intel Galileo Tech Talks, where universities showcase work they've done and engage in an open dialogue among academia and Intel Galileo product experts.

If you are working with Intel Galileo, and would like to participate in the Tech Talks, share your curriculum with other like-minded educators, or have ideas for new curricula development and would like to request Intel Galileo boards from Intel, please contact Intel’s University Program Office. You may also want to check out Intel's Galileo Resources to find getting started guides, software downloads, and support resources.

Intel® Galileo University Tech Talks

University professors share their IoT curriculum and ideas

Professor University/Organization Topic Content

Kevin McGrath

Jeff Osier-Mixon

Oregon State University

Intel

The Yocto Project and Embedded Technology Education

Webinar Presentations and Q&A's

Recorded Session

Dr. Yann-Hang Lee Arizona State University Embedded System Programming

Presentation

Recorded Session

Dr. Tom Murphy Contra Costa College Running Succesful Hackathons Recorded Session
Dr. Jim Budd Georgia Tech University Intel IoT and Embedded Devices Recorded Session

Curricula List

Professor University Course
Dr. Yann-Hang Lee Arizona State University Embedded System Programming
H.S. Jamadagni Indian Institute of Science Full Intel® Galileo Curriculum
  Universiti Sains Malaysia Intel® Galileo Curriculum
  European Summer School The Intel® Galileo Tutorial SenZation
Djones Lettnin (Coordinator at UFSC) and Edna Natividade da Silva Barros (Coordinator at UFPE) UFSC  Embedded Systems Curriculum based on State-of-the-art Design and Verification Methodologies and on the Intel-Altera Design Kit Platform
Djones Lettnin  UFSC Embedded System Design and Implementation using Intel® Quark™ SoC
Divanilson Rodrigo de Sousa Campelo UFPE Systems Recognizer with Intel® Galileo and Arbitrary Function Generator. A Challenge of Reverse Engineering
Philip Brisk (philip@cs.ucr.edu University of California, Riverside CS/EE 120B (Introduction to Embedded Systems) 
Philip Brisk (philip@cs.ucr.edu University of California, Riverside CS 122A (Intermediate Embedded Systems)

Projects

Author University Project
Dan Feldman Haifa University Flaye3 Project
Guto Frohlich Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil Intel® Quark™ Processor Education Project 

Valentina Lipari

Gioavanni Meo   

Universita Degli Studi Di Napoli Federico II Build a carpark with Intel® Galileo Board

Luca Pellegrino

Giovanni Ricciardi

Eugenio Passacantilli 

Valentina Cipelli

Link Campus University Recycling Tree How to Build a Smart Bin With Intel® Galileo Board

Antongiulio Calabrìa

Valerio De Cecio

Roberta Grimaldi

Link Campus University Physical Videogame How to Build a Physical Video Game With Intel® Galileo Board

Antônio Augusto Fröhlich

Arliones Hoeller Jr. 

Djones Vinicius Lettnin

Giovani Gracioli

Leandro Buss Becker

João Cândido Dovicchi

André de Carvalho Ribeiro

Gabriel Fernandes

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Intel® Quark™ Processor Education Project at UFSC

Johan Kasperi

Qiuailin Bai

Holly Brown

John Toenjes

University of Illinois Positweet

Craig Evans

Ankit Jain

Ben Cahill

Holly Brown

John Toenjes

University of Illinois Airgalileo weather station

Mike Junokas

Johan Kasperi

Qiuailin Bai

John Toenjes

University of Illinois Mike's Audio "Species"

Erick Ortega Prudencio

Patricio Alejandro Gómez García

M.C. José Bernardo Cotero Ochoa

Ph. D. Omar Longoria-Gandara

Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara

Photoplethysmography (PPG) device based on Intel® Galileo board

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