Essential Engineering & Technology for Global LeadersⅡto begin on April 19, 2019

 Class List of Spring Semester 2019

“Essential Engineering & Technology for Global LeadersⅡ” will begin on April 19. This is a lecture for students in “Minor Course of Science and Technology for Global Leaders”. But all master’s & doctoral students can take it if you have interest. The lecture will be conducted in English.

Lecture Theme & Objective

Prof. TripetteDo your own robot! This class is designed to help students with no background in engineering or programming to have a first experience in robotic. Students will form teams of 2-3 members and design a robot with a selected panel of sensing and action features. They will engage into a competition the aim of which is to build the best robot according to one given theme. Therefore, one secondary objective of the class is to improve students’ project management abilities.

Message to Students

Note that students do not need to have completed the Essential Engineering and Technology for Global Leaders – I to participate in this class. No engineering, robotic, programming or art background is required to attend this class. Easy-to-use educational material will be used. Students with different backgrounds are expected to take this class. Because most of the lectures are organized as a role-playing game, it is preferable to have as many students as possible. Do not hesitate to invite your lab mates and ochadai friends. Please, contact Julien at the following address for additional information:

Lecture Outline

Essential Engineering & Technology for Global LeadersⅡ [19S1023]
Number of Credits
Tripette, Julien (Project Associate Professor of Ochanomizu University)
Target Audience
Graduate Students
Comprehensive Research Building R805
Date & Time
April 19, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
April 26, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
May 10, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
May 17, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
May 24, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
May 31, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
June 7, (Fri.) Period 1-4 (9:00-12:10)
June 14, (Fri.) Period 3-4 (10:40-12:10)
Lecture Plan
The 2-3 first lectures will include practical works. The rest of the lectures consists in a role-playing game. The students will form teams and conduct a project the aim of which is to design and build a robot according to one given theme. Robots will be made using an Arduino card and craft materials.
(1h30): Guidance.
(1h30): Arduino Workshop.
(3h): Arduino Workshop.
(3h): Game: doing your robot
(3h): Game: doing your robot
(3h): Game: doing your robot
(3h): Game: doing your robot
(3h): Game: doing your robot
(1h30): Game final.
Out-of-class Learning
The homeworks consists in finishing the practicals that may not have been finished in class.
On-line, free of copyright material.


Registration Period: Tue., April 9 through Mon., April 22
If you cannot register during above period, please contact Academic Affairs Office in Student Affairs Building.


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