3 January 2018 to 1 December 2018
JINR DUBNA
Europe/Warsaw timezone
Slow Control Conference Warsaw 2018.11.09

StarterKit Topic 05: DIP Switch Interface

Not scheduled
20m
B: 215; room 327 (JINR DUBNA)

B: 215; room 327

JINR DUBNA

Joliot Curie 6
Team for the Future of NICA Dubna 2018 Team for the Future of NICA TeFeNica-2018

Speaker

Mr Marek Peryt (Warsaw University of Technology)

Description

Reporting the topic of student internship (summer 2018)
Programs: Summer Students, Slow Control System, TeFeNica.
Project: NICA-MPD (Nuclotron-based Ion Collider fAcility-Multi-Purpose Detector)
Cluster Name: Sensors and Interfaces in Great Physical Experiments.
Senior Leader: prof. dr hab. Jan Pluta, pluta@if.pw.edu.pl
Leader: prof. dr hab. inż. Adam Kisiel, kisiel@if.pw.edu.pl
Supervisor: mgr inż. Marek Peryt, Marek.Peryt@pw.edu.pl

Topic: Topic 5: Design, implementation and programming of the
DIP Switch Interface
for the Slow Control System MPD-NICA,
on the NImyRIO and LabView platforms in Great Physical Experiments

Overview
The aim of the activity of Sensors and Interfaces in Great Physical Experiments are practical exercises allowing students to get to know, design and solve real problems resulting from the construction of electronic circuits and connecting them with real elements.
Most students can efficiently program simulations using computers, but their real creation can be a big problem.
Selected themes have been prepared combining a common structural feature: Interface for the Slow Control System MPD-NICA, on the NImyRIO and LabView platforms in Great Physical Experiments.
Topic 2 project, opens the group of exercises: Sensor - Interface - NImyRIO.
The next ones form a compact basis for the preparation for the Slow Control System.
Each proposed exercise will bring you independent work with advanced equipment and software. The document attached to each project (in .pdf format) contains a detailed description of your activities.
Good luck…

Temat: OK

Primary author

Mr Marek Peryt (Warsaw University of Technology)

Presentation Materials