• 1. Cut.
			  2. Solder.
			  3. Debug.
			  4. Repeat.
  • It's cool. It's blue. An electron moves through it at 1/(QeR^2pi) cm/sec. What it's do? 
		 Well, if you want to find out, join one of our amazing Micromouse teams!
  • Interested in robotics, embedded electronics, project experience? 
		2014 California Micromouse Competition 
		May 12th at UCSD!
  • Food and free stuff, a college student's two most favourite things, combined in one package,
			 courtesy of UCSD IEEE
  • A design competition where autonomous 1/10 scale RC cars race around a track. 
		IEEE ViaCar Competition at UCSD! 
		April 28th
  • IEEE, brought to you on the 450nm wavelength.
  • GPS-enabled autonomous navigation. 
		Obstacle avoidance over varied outdoor terrain thanks to the latest optical and ultrasound sensors. 
		The UCSD RoboMagellan. Reaching new heights! 
		Join Now.
  • A beach trip in sunny San Diego, nothing quite like it..
  • Showing high schoolers just how cool engineering can be!

Upcoming Events

Binary Clock Microcontroller Workshop

Saturday 04/19/14, 1:00 pm

Have some experience with programming? Want to learn how to code an Arduino? Come to this workshop to learn more!
Only intermediate programmers and above are recommended.

Time and date are tentative.

SDG&E Info Session

Tuesday 04/22/14, 6:00 pm
Henry Booker Room (EBU1-2512)

Get a chance to meet SDG&E representatives and see what summer Internship and Full-time opportunities they have to offer. See what itís like to work at SDG&E, and where we see the future of the company going.

Recent Events

Blizzard Facility Tour

Friday 04/18/14, 12:30 pm
Jacobs Hall (EBU1)

The tour of Blizzard facility can accommodate around 20 students. The facility is located in Irvine, if you are willing to drive from UCSD to Irvine and back to UCSD, you will be guarantee a spot on the tour. Please RSVP by April 9th since there are limited spots available and the event will get full quickly.

Programmable System on Chip (PSoC) Workshop, Spring 2014

Thursday 04/17/14, 7:00 pm
EBU 1 Room 4309

Join us to get your very own PSoC Board (that you get to keep!!) and learn how to use its basic functions through interactive labs. This workshop is open to students who did not attend the PSoC workshop that was held in the Fall 2013. Stay posted for the sign-up form on the UCSD IEEE website.

Programming an ATtiny13 Spring 2014 Workshop

Friday 04/11/14, 6:00 pm

First you soldered the IR-ritator and used pre-programmed chips. Now come and learn how to write code for the same ATtiny you have in the IR-ritator device!

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