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Revision as of 11:56, 31 March 2021

'PICO in the Hospital'



This course is about software design and how to apply this in the context of autonomous robots. The accompanying assignment is about applying this knowledge to a real-life robotics task.

Course Schedule and Lecture Slides

[This schedule may be changed during the following weeks!] Online sessions such as live lectures will typically take place on the wednesdays between 15:30-17:15. Except for the week of may the 5th as it is liberation day; the Q&A session of lecture 2 will thus take place on the 7th of may between 10:45-12:30. The course schedule is as follows:

April 21 Introduction by René van de Molengraft, Tech United , VanderLande and Lely Tooling, Infrastructure and Assignment by Bob Hendrikx
April 28 Q&A session about Tutorial lectures 1. Tutorial lectures 1 can be found online when the course starts.
May 7 Q&A session about Tutorial lectures 2. Tutorial lectures 2 can be found online when the course starts.
May 12 Escape Room Competition
May 19 No Lecture
May 26 Coordination: mechanisms and architectural patterns by Herman Bruyninckx
June 2 Presentation of final design by the groups.
June 9 Final Competition
June 16 No Lecture
June 23 Deadline: Wiki Pages

Presentation Schedule

As you have seen in the course schedule, the presentations of the final software design will take place on June 3rd. As we did last years, each presentation will take no more than 6 minutes, followed by a 4 minute discussion. Given this years circumstances, we have decided to do these presentations for each group separately. However, your entire group is required to be available for the discussion session. Therefore, we plan these presentations during the regular lecture hours of the course. For the presentations of your final software design, please take the following into account:

  • Pick a time slot in the table below. First come, first served.
  • Send an invitation to all your group members, as well as René van de Molengraft, Jordy Senden, Bob Hendrikx and Wouter Houtman. These mail addresses can be found at the bottom of this page. Make sure, your invitation is accompanied with a meeting room of Microsoft Teams.
  • As long as your presentation can be shared via the Teams meeting, you are free to chose the medium you like.
  • In order to not waste time, make sure all team members are present, and both microphones and cameras are tested BEFORE the start of the presentation. Make sure your microphone is muted when you are not speaking.
Date Time Group
3-6-2020 15:30 - 15:40 group 3
15:45 - 15:55 group 1
16:00 - 16:10 group 7
16:15 - 16:25 group 6
16:30 - 16:40 group 2
16:45 - 16:55 group 8
17:00 - 17:10 group 4
17:15 - 17:25 group 10


Getting Started

To get started, please do the tutorials on the Tutorial Page.

Group Wiki Pages

Group 1 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 2 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 3 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 4 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 5 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 6 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 7 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Group 8 - visit wiki - Tutor:

Contact Details


Bob Hendrikx - r dot w dot m dot hendrikx at tue dot nl

Hao Liang Chen - h dot l dot chen at tue dot nl

Jordy Senden - j dot p dot f dot senden at tue dot nl

Peter Dooren - p dot v dot dooren at tue dot nl

Manuel Muñoz Sánchez - m dot munoz dot sanchez at tue dot nl

César López - C dot A dot Lopez dot Martinez at tue dot nl