Mark Csele is a full-time professor at a small, but one of the fastest growing, colleges in Niagara, Canada. He’s a full time professor since 1994. His current specialties at the college are lasers (not applications, but more specifically the mechanism of the laser itself including the mathematical modeling of laser systems), vacuum and thin-film deposition technologies, and, at least until a few years ago, embedded systems design (using Microchip PIC microcontrollers and dsPIC chips).
At one time, he taught embedded systems design using both MCU’s and DSP’s: that task is now relegated to “hobby” status and in the past few years he have published a few articles in Circuit Cellar magazine.
Mark is working on some electronics projects which is also one of his hobbies. Here are some of Mark’s electronics projects.