Finally graduated! The end of one amazing chapter and the start of another.
The place for some of the cool things I do in school, especially the collaborative stuff. Anything from class assignments to extracurriculars has a home here.
It still can’t do maze-solving (from lack of trying and resources), but it’s much smaller, easier to assemble, and runs Python.
Another year, another bunch of courses.
It’s a bit much to make a post for every single class I take, so here’s all the major courses I took during Spring 2020 and Fall 2020.
For a first try, not a terrible attempt at designing my own battery pack for UR@B. It did save quite a bit of money.
The logical next step to Concept Micromouse v1. I still haven’t gotten to full maze solving, but it’s a step forward.
With a week of winter break left, I tried my hand at designing a concept Micromouse to inspire our next generation of Micromouses for the DeCal.
Just for fun, I wrote a simulator for the flood fill algorithm for the MicroMouse DeCal I helped teach this semester.
The thrilling final project for CS170 tasked us with finding the best algorithm for approximating the optimal solution for an NP-hard problem.
A course with a bit of an information overload about the big ideas of computer architecture that ended up being one of my favorite courses.
In a relatively straightforward build, I learned how DC current clamp meters work and ended up with a surprisingly functional device.
An excellent class all about data structures.