here's the next version of the programme, which is now looking packed with
interesting talks. I may do some rearrangement of the lunch and coffee
breaks so as to break up the afternoon a little.
We are expecting 17 visitors at the moment, and I'm hoping that Janet and
Bernard will join us for dinner along with Liz Scott and myself from the
10:30 Registration and coffee
11:00 Adrian Johnstone - Welcome and Administrivia
11:10 Dave Otten - Inertial Navigation with Accelerometers on MITEE
Mouse 11 - Any Chance?
11:50 Richard Nock - Machine Vision for micromouse
12:20 Lunch and free practice on our maze
14:00 Pete Harrison - system design / primus / half size
14:30 David Hannaford - Intelligent Mice
14:45 Michael Beautus - My experiences with developing my first
micromouse (First Step)
15:15 Afternoon coffee
15:45 Rob Probin - 'our mouse'
16:15 Duncan Louttit - chassis design
16:45 Tony Wilcox - VHDL and programmable logic for custom peripherals
How to build the bits your microcontroller doesn't have
17:15 Show and tell
Close and practice on our maze
Dinner at Cafe Piccolo, Egham
(Same venue as last year: price of dinner not included in MINOS
Breakfast in hall
10:00 Practice and heats
Looking forward to seeing you all.
Dr Adrian Johnstone, Head of Department, Department of Computer Science,
Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX, England.
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