4CeeD has been also used as pilot programs through advanced undergraduate laboratory courses such as ECE 444: Integrated Circuit Device Theory and Fabrication where the capstone of the course is to fabricate fully functional transistors, capacitors, inductors and resistors that are the building blocks of modern integrated circuits.
4CeeD can be used in courses to help students track data in an online notebook for organization and collaboration among other students while also providing a platform for the instructor to view and track the progress of student projects.
To accommodate the functionalities needed by instructors and course directors, a separate 4CeeD instance is created that can be accessed at (learn.4ceed.illinois.edu
Course instructors interested in implementing 4CeeD into their course can contact Professor Nahrstedt (email@example.com
) or research programmer, Steve Konstanty (firstname.lastname@example.org)