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Dear Students,

Welcome to the EE493-EE494 Course. As your Design Studio Coordinators, we would like to congratulate you on becoming Senior Year Students. You are now very close to becoming engineers. Please keep up your effort!                                      

This web site will be your primary gateway to all materials and announcements relating to this one-year course sequence. The web site also contains valuable information to guide you in preparing your reports. It will be complemented by the communication over ODTUClass (e-mailing, forums, announcements, etc.). Please regularly check your e-mail account registered to ODTUClass.

Please consider the following information about the Engineering Design course under the circumstances of this year. 

  • The projects will be announced on the course webpage in the registration week. 
  • Schedule and outline of the course will be announced on the course webpage. 
  • Our first meeting (all students and DS coordinators) will be on Oct. 20th, Wednesday, 16:40, in the 1st week.
  • You have to submit team application and section preference form till the end of the 1st week (Oct. 22nd, Friday, 17:40).
  • You will meet (online or in-person, to be announced) your DS coordinator in the 2nd week (Oct. 26th, Tuesday, 16:40). 
  • This year there will be in-person activities as well as online ones.
  • Weekly meetings with the design studio coordinators will be held online or in-person, to be determined individually by the coordinators.
  • Seminars will be held online.
  • We intend demos and presentations to be as much in the in-person format as possible. 
  • Teams are strongly urged to plan possible interactions among team members in accordance with precautions against COVID-19. Relevant hardware, subsystems, modules, parts may be shipped among the team members. 
  • You may prefer to make early attempts for team-forming considering the required shipments, interactions, and other possible logistics. 

We wish us all a fruitful collaboration…