This lab for DSE and NES master students is offered every year in the winter semester and is done partially in small groups. Problems in the field of computer science will be solved by using practical programming tasks. The students will gain skills in programming and first experiences in project and team work. After a brief introduction, the students then have time until the end of the year to solve a given task independently. Tutors will provide consultations and help the students.
There are two RoboLab courses!
This course is offered for DSE and NSE students only.
Module: M1200-50040 Lab Sessions (NES)
Module: M1106-DSE18-2020 Robolab Sessions (DSE)
May 25, 2022
Important: Period for exam enrol has changed, it is the same now with the official TUD period (20.06.-10.07.2022).
April 04, 2022
Updated schedule for summer term 2022
Enrolment in SELMA will be enabled during this week
Slides in order of topics
Hamming Codes Part 1:
Hamming Codes Part 2:
A/D and Mechanics:
December 22, 2021
I’ve uploaded a small set of bar-code examples for you.
When printing, please make sure to disable zoom/fit-to-page or similar settings.
For paper-feeding robots, please cut the cards (as it will be during the exam/demonstration).
About the exam
1 hour per group planned
Two parts: First select two out of four small programms, then process the multi-page program
Am I allowed two adjust page/robot position … to help the processing? - YES
Can I adjust color/speed values before the exam? - YES
My robot expects manual input, e.g. number of lines. - Not permitted, use auto-detection and given constraints
For multi-page, can I use a button after placing the next page? - YES
On error, e.g. uncorrectable codes, should I continue… ? - No, every error (after double-checking) aborts the program
I’ve changed code parts from the template, will this effect my grade? - Worst case: YES (e.g. my tests are failing)