Our work was presented at Edu-Par 12. It was part of the 26th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) located at Shanghai, China.
National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Technical Committee on Parallel Processing (TCPP) awarded me for a proposal about teaching parallel processing to undergrad students. The initiative is supported by the rest of the professors at UTN. You can see the complete list of the awarded initiaves here. Our material is here.
During the current semester, I will be teaching a Parallel Processing course at UTN. Check out the course website and let me know your feedback.
At UTN we are experimenting with Arduino (an open-source electronics prototyping platform). We see an interesting potential as a learning tool. Our priority consists on stimulating Electrical Engineering students to apply their C programming capabilities on real hardware. Pure fun!