NROS 215: yes, we have class on Tuesday

True, there is no class Monday, due to MLK day. However, we meet for lecture on Tuesdays. See you then.

NROS 215: Preceptors!

Sam Doctor (NSCS senior) and Silvana Ayala (Electrical Engineering graduate student) will be preceptors for the course this semester! They will be available to help primarily on Thursdays in the lab session.

NROS 415: Human recordings

The semester is drawing to a close, and students in the lab are busy recording heartbeats, muscles, brain waves, and skin conductance. What will they be able to accomplish? Even they don't know yet. Stay tuned for a final epic video from the first semester of NROS 415.

NROS 215: Class starts this week!

NROS 215 will meet for the first time this Thursday (January 10, 2013) in Gould-Simpson room 404. I look forward to meeting you all! Check out the syllabus here .

NROS 415: Laboratory Schedule - Student notice:

Classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:00 to 3:00 pm, and Fridays 12:00 to 3:00 pm.

If you wish to reserve additional lab time at any of the stations, please check through this webpage or through google calendar for currently assigned slots, and if the time slot is empty for the desired date/hour/station, , use your assigned account to make a reservation.

Important Dates:

-Muscle stimulation report analysis due on October 12.

-VNC recording reports due on October 19.

We would like to thank our sponsors:

Funding from the Mathworks made this lab possible!
Special thanks to Professor Rick Levine and Professor Lynne Oland for the loan of equipment that made this lab complete.

Lab Location

The Lab is located in the Gould Simpson building, Room 404, on the University of Arizona campus.

To contact us, please email: