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CS/EE/ME 75 is a new course being developed at Caltech to teach multi-disciplineary systems engineering. As part of the course, we are developing the Caltech Project Management Toolkit ( CPMT) , which provides a framework for implementing medium to large scale projects in a university setting. This wiki contains documentation for the CS/EE /ME 75 project and the CPMT toolkit.
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==[[DGC75_GOTChA_Chart|GOTChA]] [[DGC75_Status_Chart|Status]] [[DGC75_Timeline_Chart|Timeline]]==
== Teams ==
== Courses ==
* Fall 2004: CDS 110a, CNS/EE /CS 148, ME 72
* Winter 2004: CDS 110b, ME/CS 132
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== Other CPMT Projects ==
* [[MVWT_Main_Page|MVWT III, Summer 2004]]
* [http://grandchallenge. caltech. edu/wiki Team Caltech]
== Additional Information ==
* [[Media:ccli-16jun04.pdf|NSF CCLI proposal, 16 Jun 04]]
|Richard Murray (CDS)
| Joel Burdick (ME)
|| Mani Chandy (CS)
|| Pietro Perona (EE)
CS/EE/ME 75 presents the fundamentals of modern multi-disciplinary systems engineering in the context of a substantial design project. Students from a variety of disciplines will conceive, design, implement, and operate a system involving electrical, information, and mechanical engineering components. Specific tools will be provided for setting project goals and objectives, managing interfaces between component subsystems, working in design teams, and tracking progress against tasks. Students will be expected to apply knowledge from other courses at Caltech in designing and implementing specific subsystems. During the first two terms of the course, students will attend project meetings and learn some basic tools for project design, while taking courses in CS, EE, and ME that are related to the course project. During the third term, the entire team will build, document, and demonstrate the course design project, which will differ from year to year.
The third term of the course may be used to satisfy specific graduation requirements in the CS, EE, and ME options and may be taken for up to 18 units of total credit, with permission of the instructors. Freshman must receive permission from the instructor to enroll.