Winners of the Design Contest


    Starting in Spring 2007, the student with the smallest code footprint for the final project of EE3176 each semester has been given an automatic A in the class and is allowed to skip the final exam in EE3376.   Here - immortalized forever - are the names of these brave men and women.


Spring 2013 - Simon game with the MSP430

    Luis Carlos Banuelos Chacon @ 1282 bytes


Spring 2013 - Digital lock with the MSP430

    Ruben Alejandro Ortiz M. @ 1144 bytes

    Adrian Melendez @ 1290 bytes

    Ivan Carrasco @ 1400, and

    Graciela Bribiescas @ 1696 bytes.


Jose Eguade had a big fat program but with high entertainment value.  Here is a video:





Fall 2012 - Vegas Slot Machine with the MSP430

    Rene Brito @ 732 bytes

    Emmanuel @ 784 bytes

    Alfredo Chávez-Hernandez @ 804 bytes

    Professor emac @ 2800 bytes

    class average around 3000 bytes


Fall 2008 - Vegas Slot Machine

    Leonel Salayandia @ 840 bytes - The code is running in my office as of Dec 1 if proof needed. 

    Stefan Hempel @ 1158 bytes

    Robert Soto @ 1176 bytes

    Professor emac @ 2200 bytes

    class average around 6000 bytes


Spring 2008 - Calculator

    Dan Muse - 700 bytes - winner

    Class average - 2500 bytes


Fall 2007 - Infrared Alarm System

    Mohammed Alawneh - 700 bytes - winner

    George Mendez and Jorge Sotelo are both within 200 bytes


Spring 2007 - Elevator for a 4 story building

    Noel Marquez @ 382 bytes, 

    Professor emac@ 2750 bytes

    class average around 4000 bytes


 

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