A series of problem solving (recitation) sessions are run by the course teaching assistants. These sections are broken up according to areas. All CDS 110 students are expected to attend at least one problem solving session per week. Initial section assignments will be posted the second week of class.
||Time and location
|Biomolecular and chemical systems
||Domitilla Del Vecchio, Steve Chapman
||Fri, 3-4 pm, 110 Steele
||Morr Mehyar, Kevin Tang
||Thu, 7-8 pm, 125 Steele
|Mechanical and aerospace systems I
||Wed, 4-5 pm, 08 Thomas
|Mechanical and aerospace systems II
||Fri, 3-4 pm, 125 Steele
|Electrical and electronic systems
||Thu, 9-10 am, 125 Steele
|Robotics and autonomous systems
||Wed, 4-5 pm, 010 Thomas
Biomolecular and chemical systems
This section is focused on feedback and control problems in biological (primarily biomolecular) and chemical systems. Students in biology, bioengineering, chemistry and chemical engineering are encouraged to consider this section.
- TAs: Domitilla Del Vecchio (CDS), Steve Chapman (ChE)
- Co-instructors: Anand Asthagiri (ChE)
This section deals with systems in which information dynamics and feedback play a central role, such as problems in computer networking, software and economics. Students in computer science, communications, and social sciences are encouraged to consider this section.
- TAs: Morr Meyhar (EE), Kevin Tang (EE)
- Co-instructors: Steven Low (CS/EE)
Mechanical and aerospace systems
This section is focused on control problems related to mechanical and aerospace systems, including thermal, fluid and mechanical systems. Students in mechanical engineering and aeronautics are encouraged to consider this section.
- TAs: Hao Jiang (ME)
- Co-instructors: Tim Colonius (ME)
Electrical and electronic systems
This section considers problems arising from electrical, electronic and optoelectronic systems, including photonics and quantum systems. Students in applied physics, electrical engineering, and physics are encouraged to attend this section.
- TAs: Asa Hopkins (Ph)
- Co-instructors: Ali Hajimiri (EE), Hideo Mabuchi (Ph/CDS)
Robotics and autonomous systems
This section will focus on interdisciplinary problems that arise in the context of robotics and autonomous systems, and will be coordinated with CS/EE/ME 75. Students in computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering are encouraged to consider this section.
- TAs: Haomio Huang (EE), Demetri Spanos (CDS)
- Co-instructors: Richard Murray (CDS)
These assignments are based on the scheduling forms turned in by the students. You are welcome to attend a different section if you like.
|Bio/chem process (9)
||Info Sys (11)
||Mech/Aero I (16)
||Mech/Aero II (16)
||Elect Sys (11)
|TA: Del Vecchio
Joe, Won Tae
Cheung, Sai Hung
Hong, Sue Ann