Autumn Course

Welcome to the RoboLab Autumn Course!

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)


  • The schedule for the upcoming winter term is available now.
  • Please create an account at our Gitlab instance
    • Use your TU-Dresden login for the Gitlab registration (Tab TUD-Login)!


  • The room for the final demonstrations is APB/3076.


  • Time slots for final demonstration are available! Use the following link:[TUD Dudle,window="_blank"]
  • How to enrol? ** On the left, write your group in the field Name (e.g. group-01) ** Select only one time slot using the green check ** Do not change or overwrite entries others made (there’s a history of all changes)
  • If there’s no matching time slot for you please send an email and suggest a different day/time.


  • link:[Exam information,window="_blank"]


  • You can find some example bar code cards link:[here,window="_blank"]. ** Don’t forget to cut the cards into the specific format (print without zoom/scaling options). During the exam, there will be no A4 format available!
  • For creating more programs, also have a look at our[card generator,window="_blank"].


  • IMPORTANT: There will be no meeting tomorrow in HÜL/S186/H! ** Please see the email with further information.


  • IMPORTANT: Please submit your fixes (if required) until tomorrow latest so we can check it again on time. \
  • On Friday latest we will update SELMA with the information “passed/not passed” so you can enrol into the exam module starting next week.


  • IMPORTANT: Make sure to enrol into SELMA module for the assignment ** You will not be permitted to take the exam if you forget to enrol on time!
  • Slides for today: ** link:[A/D & Mechanics,window="_blank"]
  • Fifth assignment is available


  • Fourth assignment is available


  • Slides for the next session: ** link:[Stack Machines,window="_blank"]
  • Third assignment is available


  • Important: For A2, the codes in T3 and T4 are updated. Please use them for your unit-tests.
    We also use even parity, task description is corrected.


  • Information: If you do not receive an email on your assignment submission everything is fine, you passed.
  • If you receive an email, it: ** is passed but with errors (no correction needed) ** is not passed (correction needed)


  • Additional slides on Hamming Codes ** link:[Hamming Codes #2,window="_blank"]
  • Second assignment is available


  • Slides for next session: ** link:[Python #1,window="_blank"] ** link:[Python #2,window="_blank"] ** link:[Hamming Codes,window="_blank"]
  • First assignment is available


  • Introduction slides are available ** link:[Introduction,window="_blank"] ** link:[Git,window="_blank"]


  • Schedule for Winter term 2022/2023 has been published (link above) ** The course starts on October 21st with the introduction
  • Please register for the exercises submodule in Selma ** Registration starts on 10.10.2022, 8:00

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