Robotic Mouse Makes Maze Debut at UC San Diego

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An intrepid group of University of California, San Diego undergraduates has designed and build a robotic mouse from scratch. The electrical engineering and computer science undergraduates from the Jacobs School of Engineering also wrote the software to teach the robot to solve a maze. The team unveiled their mouse at the IEEE Region 6 Southwest Area Spring Meeting on Saturday, April 25th, held at UC San Diego. http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/newsrel/students/05-09MicroMouse.asp

San Diego Science Festival -- The First Three Weeks

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The first three weeks at the Festival

Optimal periodic disturbance reduction for active noise cancelation

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The design of an optimal internal model-based (IMB) controller by extending standard discrete time optimal control theory for IMB controllers is described. The optimal observer and state feedback gains of the IMB controller are given via the solution of discrete time algebraic Riccati equations. The design method is applied to an acoustic system that is subjected to disturbances from a server fan. Periodic disturbances from the server fan appear as harmonics of the fundamental frequency of...
Authors: C.e. Kinneya, R.a. de Callafona, E. Dunensb, R. bargerhuffb and c.e. Bashb

San Diego Science Festival -- Commercial -- Spanish

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Commercial about the San Diego Science Festival runing on Aztec TV

Freestream Behavior of Water in Microgravity by Timothy Harvard

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EUReKA 2009: Freestream Behavior of Water in Microgravity

Wireless Sensor Module for Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures in Aircrafts by Hourieh Fakourfar

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EUReKA 2009: Wireless Sensor Module for Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures in Aircrafts