This is the official home page for CPE200, Computer Engineering Sophomore Seminar. There are three sections:
Various course materials and links will be posted here, but the course Canvas site will be the primary place for course announcements. You are expected to use canvas and materials linked here. Although most lectures will be live in the assigned room, Zoom or recordings may be used for some material. The best way to schedule office meetings, physical or virtual, or generally to contact Prof. Dietz is via email with "CPE200" in the Subject line.
Professor Hank Dietz would normally be in the
Davis Marksbury Building; see his home page for
complete contact info. He is normally available in 108 or 203
Marksbury from about 9AM to 1:30PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
He has an "open-door" policy that whenever his door is open and
he's not busy with someone else, he's available -- and yup,
there really is a slow-update live camera in
his office so you can check. However, during the pandemic
things are far less certain, and you should be prepared to wear
a mask if meeting in his office. The best method to contact him
is to email firstname.lastname@example.org using "CPE380" in the
subject line for anything related to this course. If
appropriate, individual Zoom meetings also can be scheduled via
Note: The image at the top of this page was derived from a work created using DALL-E with the prompt "An anime rendering of computer engineers at work building computer hardware and writing software. The group is diverse; some of the people are women, some are men." It did pretty terrible things with various aspects, especially the faces, so the image was extensively edited and given a painting texture to make it more abstract.