FYS4240 / FYS3240, is all about how Micro-controllers, PC Processors and busses are made and gives you a very wide perspective in choice of connection technologies and micro controllers. Topics from internal structure of micro controllers to interfaces on it and parallel programming on multi core / multi processor machines. It also includes LABView and C programming for AVR micro controllers in the lab assignments. This course is recommended to take by all electronics, Robotics students and I would have a much wider point of view if I had taken this course in the beginning of my studies (something that did not happen because of lack of communication between physics department and departments of informatic). Here you can download the exam paper for spring 2011. Continue reading Computer based instrumentation and micro controllers, FYS4240 / FYS3240
This is a summay of the tricks I have learned making an application called courseApp project. This application was developed in the Mobile Information Systems that I took at University of Oslo. Eclipse is a very good tool to use for Android development. To start with you need to download Andriod SDK. After installing both of these(and ofcourse Java Development Kit, JDK which is a pre-requirement for both of these), you need to make Eclipse and Android SDK talk together. This is done by a plugin called “ADT plugin for Eclipse” from Google. You can read more about how to install this plugin by clicking here. In case of Android SDK installation(the exe file) doesn’t recognize JDK on your computer, you can simply download the zip file and extract it. Don’t forget appending that folder to the %PATH% environment variable. Now some more tips follows :
This is a school project for a course(INF5261 – Development of mobile information systems and services) I take at department of Informatics at University of Oslo. courseApp is an android mobile application which allows the users(students at University of Oslo) to add their courses to this application and respectivley receive the latest updates about the course on their cellphone. We also are thinking about integerating the time & place of the courses with the students android calender. We have plans for further development of this application but this is all dependent on if we can get access to the database in StudentWeb. If we do so we would be able to let students add courses to navigate through the courses and join the course by just one touch click …
We have thought to have following functionalities on our program(numbers show also priority).
- My courses
- Latest messages on course page
- Warning on Email
- Integration with Android Calender
- Friends taking same course
read more about our project at Our Wonder Document.
People innvolved :
- Akbar(Shahab) Faghihi Mughaddam – shahabfm( at )usit.uio.no
- Shahab Bakhtiyari Saravan – shahabb( at )ifi.uio.no
- Ummair Tahir – ummairt( at )ifi.uio.no
- Piraba Kaugathasan – pirabak( at )ifi.uio.no
As the programming phase is almost finished, we have entered the design phase. We are working on our 3D design and plan to buy tracking belts and sprocket wheels. At the same time we are discussing the sponsorship of the project with RobotShop.com & hope we receive a positive answer from them. You can read full reports on our activities & have full access to our codes and designs on Super Crawler worklog at Robotica Osloensis forum or the project weblog.
I am now a member of student robotics community at university of Oslo, called Roboitca Osloensis. I have joined the board team and currently I am in charge of all projects at the community. Our first project will be my summer project from last year( Super Crawler ), which we did not finish it …
I got some new wild ideas about how actually the hardware part of the climbing robot should look like. Well these are nothing that would come to real world but just some drawing form me in my free time …
I am admitted as a master student at university of Oslo. I can choose between many different fields, but I guess I am going to stick to Robotics. I think I’ll be writing my thesis in algorithm optimalization of intelligent systems.
Wish me lots of LUCK.
My friend (Jim) and I are finally finished with coding for a compiler in Java. The compiler is implemented in Java to run the code written in a language called Rusc wich is a kind of simplified C. The language contains integer, variables, functions, IF, Else, While, for, expressions, names, libraries of pre-coded functions. We finished testing and running the code. This code was written for a course at university of Oslo, IFI, called INF2100-Programming project. The code is available here.
This is the final exam of a course called INF3480(introduction to Robotics) at university of Oslo. You can download the final exam by clicking here. First comes the English version and the norwegian version follows afterwards. I think this course was too hard in comparison with just 10 student point. I really did study alot to understand things and I think lots of things should change if future students are supposed to take this course and learn enough without having too many difficulties(as we had). The course started with a big crowed of people and ended up with 18 students taking the final exam. I think more practical stuffs and Robot showing gives more motivation to keep going and endure difficulties on the way …
This is the final exam of a course called INF1410(Introduction To Circuit Analysis) at university of Oslo. You can download the final exam by clicking here. First comes the English version and the norwegian version follows afterwards. I personally enjoyed this course, but as the course was a brand new course at UiO, so it was not so structured and things could be done in a much more better way. As my suggestion was to have more practical stuffs than just theory …