Robotics Engineering B.S. Portfolio

This portfolio is for Robotics B.S. students only. 

To complete Robotics B.S. portfolio requirement answer all of the questions below and submit this form. Your submission must include three project reports.

If a project report is associated with a course, it must be the final report of an upper-division or graduate course (excluding Computer Engineering 100/L and Electrical Engineering 101/L) you completed. One of the reports must be the result of a multi-disciplinary project. One of the reports must be the result of an individual project. One of the reports must be the result of your final capstone design project (not an interim report). Submissions must be in pdf format (either scanned or native). Students whose submissions are deemed inadequate, either in presentation or in content, may be required to revise and rewrite the portfolio or to complete an additional project course.

NOTE: Your files must be in PDF format; anything else will be rejected. Uploading large files over a slow connection will take a long time. Please be patient. If your browser times out, you may have to start over again. You will receive an e-mail verifying that your file(s) have been received. After the portfolio has been reviewed for completeness you will receive a second e-mail confirming that you have met the portfolio requirement. There is a 50 megabyte limit on the size of ALL your files combined. If your PDF files are too large, please read our instructions on how to make them smaller.

Your Information
One file only.
20 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf.
Example: This report details a home security system designed for a single family home. Home security systems require a system including communication software and hardware together with appropriate algorithms. My group picked this topic because one of us had been the subject of a burglary, and we thought we could make a better system than we could buy.
Example: This report required me to learn the use of audio-editing software and to become much more comfortable with Fourier Transforms...
One file only.
20 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf.
Example: This report details a multi-user game. Multi-user games require human-computer interfaces, multiprocessing, client-server archetecture, and digital media. My group picked this topic because one of our majors was a game design major and made the rest of us enthusiastic about making a new game.
Example: This report required me to learn the use of audio-editing software and to become much more comfortable with Fourier Transforms...
One file only.
20 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf.
Example: This report details a multi-user game. Multi-user games require human-computer interfaces, multiprocessing, client-server archetecture, and digital media. My group picked this topic because one of our majors was a game design major and made the rest of us enthusiastic about making a new game.
Example: This report required me to learn the use of audio-editing software and to become much more comfortable with Fourier Transforms...
Overview Questions
Example: Report A was my multidisciplinary project. The participants were Sammy Slug, EE; Sheila Seal, CE—networks; and Waldo Walrus, CS.
Example: Report A required an understanding of electromagnetics. Report C used a lot of differential equations and linear algebra.
Example: Report B. I presented this material orally at the CE123B design competition.
Example: Report C. My team designed a remote controlled landmine detecting unit. This could potentially save thousands of lives in countries afflicted by unexploded landmines.
Example: For Report C, I used matlab, Autocad, the lasercutter, a rom programmer, and an HC11 microprocessor.
One file only.
20 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf.