Dec 14, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog
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ENEE 4350 - Robotics and Controls Research I


(3) Credit Hours

Interesting and challenging projects are assigned in the area of robotics, power electronics and controls. Programming background is required in addition to knowledge of the following software’s programs: Matlab/Simulink, Arduino and LabVIEW. Projects are expected to be completed and demonstrated during the semester with a good technical report and a poster presentation. Projects are mostly hands-on and involves designing, programming, debugging, and testing skills. Written and oral communication skills will be developed through documentation of research, creation and publishing of a student research paper and presentation to peers. Faculty and sometimes the students come up with project ideas before a final project is assigned.  Fall semester.  Lecture 1 hour, project 4 hours.  Prerequisites: ENEE 2250  or CPSC 1110 , ENEE 3720  and ENEE 3790  or department head approval.  Differential course fee will be assessed. 



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