Designing for the Internet of Things –

Daragh Byrne Associate Teaching Professor
School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University. Core faculty for MSCD and PhD CD.
Courtesy appointments in the School of Design and the Human Computer Interaction Institute.
Afflilated facilty with the IDeATe network, Block Center for Technology and Society, and CyLab.
Co-Lead of the TRACES Lab. Co-founder and platform lead for a2ru's Ground Works.
Pronunciation: Dah-rah (silent ‘gh’) · Pronouns: he/him. · Google Scholar · ResearchGate · ORCID 0000-0001-7193-006X.

Designing for the Internet of Things

Institution CMU

Code 49-713/48-675


2021 Fall Mini 2

  • 6 undergrads
  • 13 grads

2020 Fall Mini-2

  • 17 grads

2019 Fall Mini-2

  • 39 grads

2019 Spring Mini-3

  • 42 grads

2018 Spring Mini-3

  • 39 grads

2017 Spring Mini-3

  • 43 grads

2016 Spring Mini-3

  • 33 grads

2015 Spring Mini-3

  • 43 grads

This 7-week course will iteratively introduce students to the design of connected products. The first 5-weeks is a bootcamp on concepts, code and circuits. The final 2 weeks provides a collaborative group project to apply new skills.

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