PC4015 Advanced Applied Physics Laboratory

Students must integrate the material that they learned in the previous two courses (SE2013 and SE3014), along with additional material on embedded microprocessors and controls. A working introduction to control systems theory is provided and incorporated into an autonomous weapon system or "robot." Collaborative and autonomous engagement of the robots will be performed with RF modems and Ethernet communications. The principles of cooperative engagement will be emphasized. For the final exam, teams will compete in 2-on-1 or 2-on-2 engagement contests. These contests will test the students' assimilation of both the formal and the practical aspects of the course material.


PC2911 or other C/C++ programming course, PH2013 and PC3014.

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  • Summer