Students Demonstrate Microprocessor-Based Systems Projects
EECS undergraduate students Samuel DeBruin, Joseph Cobb, and Mitchell Adler demonstrate their prototype wireless AC power meter. The device, targeted for cubic-inch form factor, will enable building occupants to easily monitor the energy consumption of their plug loads.
On December 17, student teams from EECS 373, Design of Microprocessor-Based Systems, demonstrated their embedded design projects at a poster and demo session in the CSE Bulding's Tishman Hall. The projects, listed below, are a result of their work in the class taught by Asst. Prof. Prabal Dutta. For more information, visit the course website. This course was sponsored in part by the U-M College of Engineering, EECS, Microsemi Corp., Cypress Semiconductor, and Microsoft Corp.
1. "Design of a Cubic-in AC Power Meter" - Mitchell Adler, Joseph Cobb, and Samuel DeBruin
2. "WiiBot: A Beacon-Following Robotic Vehicle" - Avishek Das, Bharat Murali, and Junjie Wu
3. "A Line-Following, Maze-Solving Robotic Vehicle"- Joshua Miyamoto and Scott Wilson
4. "Audio Headset-Based Sensor Peripheral for the Mobile Phone" - Brent Craigin and Hongyu Wang
5. "User-Friendly, Universal Television Remote" - Jeff Fo and Stephen Rettig
6. "Wireless Haptic Interface for a Mobile Robotic Arm" - Pat Pannuto, Jeremy Nash, Kenneth Meagher, and Cory Kalsbeek
7. "Building Block MIDI Controller" - Nate Slottow and Andrew Brandon
8. "Home Sensory Network" - Jason Varbedian, Dane Hillard, and Eliot Stern
9. "Wireless Solar Sensor Recharger" - Alyssa Glickman and David Dick
10. "Remote-Controlled, Robotic Maze Mapper" - Jonathan Plotzke, Darren Ashton, Daniel Rodriguez, and Christopher Burright
11. "Towards Cubic-cm Scale, Indoor Solar-Powered Sensors" - Lohit Yerva, Apoorva Bansal, Jay Patel, and Paul Chang
Photos from the Event
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Posted: December 20, 2010