The IEEE Micromouse DeCal is aimed at students with a strong interest in robotics, who want to pursue a hardware project but may not have the resources to do so on their own. The course will be taught in the context of IEEE’s Micromouse competition, in which students form teams of 2-3 to build autonomous maze-solving robots. By the end of the semester, students will be able to build an autonomous, maze-solving robot with minimal assistance, using skills that are extendable to real-world robotics problems. Special focus is given to topics including electrical and firmware engineering, brushed motors, sensing, pathfinding, and control theory. This course fits in with other courses in the department like EE16B, but is geared towards all types of students from all backgrounds. No prior knowledge is required! There are no papers or exams.
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|IEEE Micromouse||Matthew Tran, Ethan Mehta||20||Remote (Details Later)||[M] 4:00PM-6:00PM||02/08/2020||Open||--||--|