Welcome to the UCLA IEEE Micromouse wiki!
Micromouse is a project where students build an autonomous maze-solving robot. It gives students a chance to build and exercise skills in circuit design, microcontroller programming, circuit debugging, feedback control, and sensor fusion. This wiki is specifically for the UCLA Micromouse project, hosted by UCLA IEEE. Here you can find information about mice built in the past as well as presentations and information from the current iteration of the program.
This year, we are using a Micromouse Piazza for participants to freely and anonymously ask questions for either the instructors or their fellow participants to answer.
Applications are closed for 2017-2018.
2017-2018 Upcoming Events
- Micromouse Lecture 3: Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 6:00PM in Engineering IV, Shannon Room (54-134)
- Micromouse Lecture 4: Week 7, Stay Tuned
- Professor Briggs Power and Grounding Lecture: Week 8, Stay Tuned
- Micromouse Lecture 5: Week 9, Stay Tuned
2017-2018 Past Events
- Micromouse Lecture 2: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 6:00PM in Engineering IV, Shannon Room (54-134)
- Micromouse Lecture 1: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 6:00PM in Engineering IV, Shannon Room (54-134)
- Professor Briggs Systems Engineering Lecture: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 6:00PM in CS50
- IEEE Project Infosessions: Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 6:00PM at CS50
- UCLA IEEE Fall General Meeting: Monday, October 2, 2017 at 6:30PM in Ackerman Grand Ballroom
2017-2018 Lecture Slides
- Professor Briggs' Systems Engineering Lecture
- Lecture 1: Power and Nucleo
- Lecture 2: Motors, Encoders, PID, and Interrupts
If you're really impatient and can't wait to get started with micromouse, here are some links to the previous years of Micromouse including presentations and mini projects:
There is also a note about Project Futura here, if you're interested in seeing a more advanced mouse.
Lab hours and officer schedules can be found here.
Contact the Leads
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org