The ultimate goal of this course is to give the student a general understanding of fundamental principles behind civil and environmental engineering instrumentation and, more generally, embedded systems. In particular, it aims to transmit to students concrete notions about sensing, computing, communicating, and actuating in real-world settings by leveraging fundamental knowledge in signal processing, automatic control, computer science, and communication systems. Most of the theoretical concepts introduced will be put in practice using a PC with dedicated software (e.g., Matlab or C code, simulators) and, when appropriate, small mobile desktop robots or sensor nodes. A course project allows students to extend their knowledge in a given course topic and at the same time acquire additional hands-on experience.
Announcements and Additional Information
Chiara Ercolani (guest lecturer)
Faezeh Rahbar (guest lecturer)
Izzet Kagan Erunsal (guest lecturer)
Chiara Ercolani (head TA)
Izzet Kagan Erunsal
Aurelien Brun (help TA)