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Master practical course - Micromouse: Designing an Educational Racing-Robot from Scratch (IN2106, IN4235) 
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Winter semester 2020/21
Informatics 6 - Chair of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Real-time Systems (Prof. Knoll)
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IMPORTANT: A pre-course meeting where additional information will be supplied and where I am available for your questions will be held on Wednesday the 8th July at 13:00h and on Thursday the 9th of July at 13.00h.There is no need to attend both!

Here are the zoom links for the meetings:

Time: Jul 8, 2020 01:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/95994074132
Meeting ID: 959 9407 4132
Password: 917507

Time: Jul 9, 2020 01:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/95596335083
Meeting ID: 955 9633 5083
Password: 816300

If you interested in joining this practical course please use the matching system. In addition, it would be useful if you sent me an email (alex.lenz@tum.de) with the following content :

subject: micromouse lab course
content:
short paragraph on motivation and your background (e.g. bachelor's degree) and other experiences.
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The micromouse competition is an event where relatively small robotic mice compete in a 16 x 16 (or 32 x 32) cell maze. In brief, robots are required to autonomously mapthe maze, by finding the optimal route to the centre. Once found, the mouse should run that route (beginning at the start) in the shortest time.

In this course, we use the micromouse competition specification to develop together a competitive 'mouse'. This includes the compilation of a workable specification, selection of hardware components, circuit design, embedded software design, as well tackling the closed and open-loop control problems in terms of sensing, algorithmic implementation and driver development. At the higher level, mapping strategies need to be implemented and appropriate tools for testing developed and deployed. Of course, testing during and after the development phase as well as the generation of appropriate documentation is essential.

Since the developed robot will be used on the coming years for teaching purposes (embedded software), issues like costs, open-source tools and simplicity (amongst others) will also be considered when making design choices.
The team of 12 students should be equipped (when looking at their combined expertise) to program embedded systems in C, develop electronic hardware (some of it analogue) and have an interest in systems and control.
Students will be exposed the to the complete development cycle of a small autonomous robot.
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IMPORTANT: A pre-course meeting where additional information will be supplied and where I am available for your questions will be held on Wednesday the 8th July at 13:00h and on Thursday the 9th of July at 13.00h.There is no need to attend both!

Here are the zoom links for the meetings:

Time: Jul 8, 2020 01:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/95994074132
Meeting ID: 959 9407 4132
Password: 917507

Time: Jul 9, 2020 01:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/95596335083
Meeting ID: 955 9633 5083
Password: 816300

If you interested in joining this practical course please use the matching system. In addition, it would be useful if you sent me an email (alex.lenz@tum.de) with the following content :

subject: micromouse lab course
content:
short paragraph on motivation and your background (e.g. bachelor's degree) and other experiences.