Organisation

Dates

Winter term 2021/2022

Period:

Monday, October 18th 2021 until CW3 2021

Introduction:

October 22nd 2021, 13:00 // 1:00pm room HÜL/S186/H

Topic introductions:

see schedule provided (Schedule)

Consultation:

every Friday, 13:00 // 1:00pm room HÜL/S186/H

Exam:

Calendar week 2/2022, by appointment

Registration

In SELMA, there are two sub-modules for the main course you have to enroll into at a specific time.
In order to attend the lab you have to enroll into the "Übungsaufgaben" module of your corresponding study course:

Master Nanoelectronic Systems

  • Module M1200-50040 Lab Sessions

    • Sub-module "Übungsaufgaben Lab Sessions"

      • Mandatory module for the assignments, enroll until November 5th 2021, 23:59 // 11.59 pm (CET)

    • Sub-module "Praktikumsprotokoll 1 Lab Sessions"

Master Distributed Systems Engineering

  • Module M1106-DSE18-2020 Robolab Sessions

    • Sub-module "Übungsaufgabe Robolab Sessions"

      • Mandatory module for the assignments, enroll until November 5th 2021, 23:59 // 11.59 pm (CET)

    • Sub-module "Projektarbeit Robolab Sessions"

Access to the second module (exam) will be granted after passing the assignment module.
Please enroll into the exam until January 7th 2022, 23:59 // 11.59 pm (CET).

For each module, you can withdraw until three working days (incl. Saturday) before the final exam is done.
Please see your examination regulations for this.

Brief overview

We offer weekly consultations to answer your questions about the assignments and construction of the robot.
For the exact date and topics please see the semester schedule for the current term.

  • For the robot, you work in groups of 2 (or 3 if necessary) students

  • What is mandatory?

    • Assignments which have to be handed in on time

    • Usage of Git as version control system

    • Usage of Python as programming language

    • Implementation of programming templates we provide to have your code structured

    • Having a fully functional Lego robot for the final exam

  • What is highly recommended?

    • Check the announcements regularly

    • Visit our topic introductions

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