Named after an IKEA lamp and ready to take on the world: A fully-autonomous bot, built from scratch for the 2019 Engineering Physics robot competition.
A.K.A. How an unlikely trio addressed our biggest fears and ended up winning Western Canada's first all-female hackathon.
The one where Emma & Julia face the toughest debugging challenge of their university careers to date (don't tell them about Robot Summer; they don't need to know about that yet).
The one where Emma falls in love with software. An example of a project completed during CPEN 221, the most career-altering and notoriously time-consuming software architecture course at UBC.
An exercise in project scoping, iterative design, and surprising outcomes.
Building a two-wheeled, self-balancing, inverted-pendulum robot.
8051 assembly projects in a course that moved from binary to machine language and beyond.
An internationally award-winning student-made electroencephalogram.
A group project. Mission: design a way to turn a square metre of cardboard into a chair that holds 400 pounds!