Elizabethtown College

EGR/CS 434
Green Robotics, Automation, and Machine Intelligence

Fall, 2015


Cutting-edge innovations in robotics, automation, and machine Intelligence that result in the most environmentally-friendly and humanity-sensitive use of technology and resources to manufacture products or aid humans. Various forms of Machine Intelligence including Symbolic AI which uses programmed rules, heuristics, and forms of knowledge representation; and artificial neural networks which are connectionist computer architectures (hardware or software) where many computational nodes are connected to solve problems requiring rapid adaptation, or where governing equations are not known or cannot be easily computed. Mobile-robot and robotic-arm theory, applications, simulations, real-time control, and path-planning strategies are included.

Prerequisites: CS121, MA121.  Fall semester, odd-numbered years


Professor:  Joseph T Wunderlich PhD

Offices: E160C, E273
Office: 717-361-1295  Cell: 717-368-9715

Email: wunderjt@etown.edu    Website: http://users.etown.edu/w/wunderjt

Office Hours & Calendar: http://users.etown.edu/w/wunderjt/schedules/CALENDAR3_f15_web.htm


Meeting Times

MW 3:30 – 5:00pm in E187

    Special Lectures and Times:

·        W 9/9/15 at 11:00am “Biomimicry” by Dr. DeGoede (location TBA)

·        W 11/11/15 at 11:00am “AI and Autonomous Robot Philosophy” with Dr. Silberstein (location TBA)


          NOTE: Course Credit & Contact Hours: 4&4, so we average 200 minutes per week for 4 contact hours (i.e., 50 minutes per contact hour)


Learning Objectives

·    Design of Mobile Robots and Probes for Environmental & Space Exploration

·    Robotic Arm Design

·    Intro to Machine Intelligence

·    High-Tech Green Applications

·    Ethical Issues

·    Design of a Robotic and/or Intelligent System (semester project)


Learning Outcomes

ABET (Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology) requires all engineering programs to cover:

(ABET-a): An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

(ABET-b): An ability to design and construct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

(ABET-c): An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.

(ABET-d): An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams

(ABET-e): Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

(ABET-f):  An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

(ABET-g): Communicate effectively orally and in writing

(ABET-h): A broad education necessary to understand impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context

(ABET-i): A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning  

(ABET-j): A knowledge of contemporary issues

(ABET-k): An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

This course contributes as follows:























5 = Very strong support of ABET Program Outcome

4 = Strong support of ABET Program Outcome

3 = Moderate support of ABET Program Outcome

2 = Weak support of ABET Program Outcome

1 = Little or no support of ABET Program Outcome



o    Roland Siegwart, Illah R. Nourbakhsh and Davide Scaramuzza, Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots, Second Edition (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents),” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2nd edition, Mar 31, 2011. (ISBN: 978-0262015356) - available in book store

o    Selected readings available on-line through links below

o    U. of Trento, Italy Ph.D. course “Advanced Robotics with Applications to Space Exploration” (taught by J. Wunderlich in 2009)



15%  Attendance, participation, and preparation (completing readings before in-class discussion & lecture)

15%  DUE 10/21/15:  Design proposal, (hard-copy submitted at beginning of class), and brief oral defense in class

35%  11/23/15:  Comprehensive exam

20%  DUE 12/2/15:  Final semester design paper (hard-copy submitted at beginning of class)

15%  DUE 12/11/15:  YouTube video of Final semester design (due at midnight)


   Course Grade:
        (60-62)=D-, (63-67)=D, (68-69)=D+, (70-72)=C-, (73-77)=C, (78-79)=C+, (80-82)=B-, (83-87)=B, (88-89)=B+, (90-92)=A-, (93-100)=A
          (with any fractional part rounded to the nearest integer)





(not necessarily delivered in order)



REQUIRED READINGS mostly selected from these


High-Tech Sustainability Courses and Programs


The evolution of this Course

[ 43, 44 ]


Design of Mobile Robots and Probes for Environmental & Space Exploration




1971 NASA Lunar Rover (LRV)

1996 NASA Mars Pathfinder Sojourner

2004 NASA Mars Exploratory Rovers Spirit & Opportunity

2011 NASA Mars Science Lab

2016 ESA (European Space Agency) Mars ExoMars

[ 3, 34, 35 ]

[ 3, 4 ]

[ 3 ]



The varied environments of our Solar System’s terrestrial planets and moons




1977 NASA Voyager 1 & 2

1989 NASA Galileo

2020 NASA/ESA Europa Jupiter System Mission

20XX NASA/ESA Europa Rover

[ 4 ]

[ 4, 8 ]

[ 2 ]

[ 6, 8, 29 ]



Gravity effects, Manned vs. unmanned, Biomimicry, Mobility, Suspension systems, Wheels and traction, Maneuverability, stability, and controllability

[ 1, 11,  33,

  34, 35 ]



Launch, landing, deployment, Shielding and hardening for heat, cold, radiation, and vibration

[ 3, 4, 9, 28 ]



Electrical power demand, generation, and storage

[ 3 ]




PATH-PLANNING, Dead reckoning, Celestial navigation, Mapping, Positioning, Steering, Sensors, Tele-operation, Remote communication, Local and global path-planning, Obstacle avoidance, Systems integration, Autonomy

[ 1, 3, 11, 12,

 22, 18, 31,

 32, 33, 36,

 37 ]



Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s); Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV’s)  Networked swarms, future Wunderbot Team of robots and probes


[ 30 ]





Manned vs. unmanned, instrument deployment vs. dexterous manipulation, Redundant and Hyper-redundant manipulators, Psuedo-inverse velocity-control PATH-PLANNING, Attractive poles, Repelling-fields, Creative use of null-space, Heuristic search, DOF and energy minimization, Consumption Of Available Redundancy (COAR),” Rapid prototyping

[ 5, 14, 15, 54]


Machine Intelligence (Neurocomputer design also in EGR/CS433 “Advanced Computer Engineering”)



Simulations, real-time control , Embedded systems, Micro controllers, Microprocessors, PC’s, Workstations, Super computers, Quality control through “Controlled Randomness” including Probability theory for Architectural Verification of Supercomputer Designs by “Controlled Randomness”

[ 17, 19, 25,

 26, 27, 28,

37 ]



Symbolic AI vs. connectionist architectures, Biologically-inspired vs. behavioral / mathematically-inspired neural networks, Neurocomputer design, Autonomy. Matlab Neural Networks,  including Probability theory of Uncertainty and Confidence for Design of Expert Systems,  and Probability theory &  intentionally adding Noise to Neural Network training

[ 10, 13, 16 ]

[52, 53]



Rehabilitation Robotics


Robots for assisting the disabled, Brain-wave reading devices.



Architectural Engineering


Active Photovoltaic solar-tracking (Supervised by Dr Estrada)


AI in building environmental controls




Excerpts form selected papers from 2013 International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013)




Intelligent control of energy generation, distribution, load-shedding, and storage




Intelligent control of railroads




Replacing humans vs. aiding humans, Limiting robot autonomy for the safety of life, property, and civilization

[ 38, 39, 65 ]



“Documenting your work”

Publication Standards, Portfolios, Websites

[59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64]

 Disabilities: Elizabethtown College welcomes students with disabilities to participate in all of its courses, programs, and activities.  If you have a documented disability and require accommodations to access course material, activities, or requirements, you must: (1) Contact the Director of Disability Services, Lynne Davies, in the Center for Student  Success, BSC 228, by phone (361-1227) or email daviesl@etown.edu; and (2) Meet with the instructor within two weeks of receiving a copy of the accommodation letter from Disability Services to discuss your accommodation needs and their implementation.


Academic Honesty: Elizabethtown College Pledge of Integrity: "Elizabethtown College is a community engaged in a living and learning experience, the foundation of which is mutual trust and respect. Therefore, we will strive to behave toward one another with respect for the rights of others, and we promise to represent as our work only that which is indeed our own, refraining from all forms of lying, plagiarizing, and cheating."



Groups of two preferred, but individual or groups of three may be approved. No double counting of this project for the requirements of another course (past, present, or future). This is  a design project; so simulations and/or CAD drawings are the most expected; however you may begin prototyping if you wish – but if you need to use the shop, Mark Gatti must approve your working drawings first.



Late penalties apply. Use PowerPoint and Word. It must take no more than THREE MINUTES PER PERSON. Recent, high-quality citations are extremely important - at the very least do a “GOOGLE SCHOLAR” search for your topic and discuss what you will be researching. Proposal must include draft Pugh Diagram(s) with accompanying narrative to describe what is already known (from your initial research) and what you will be comparing as part of your design-decision process. Include in presentation and written proposal an annotated bibliography of sources (with annotations stating precisely why this is a good recent source)

On due date, submit before you present:

1.        A printed stapled copy of your PowerPoint presentation; six slides per page

2.        A printed stapled copy of your proposal

3.        All engineering majors put a copy of your proposal and presentation in your individual folder in the “Engineering Portfolios” folder on the “J:” network drive.



Late penalties apply. Use PowerPoint and Word. Paper must be in two-column, single-spaced, 10-point font using IEEE formatting dictated by: http://users.etown.edu/w/wunderjt/IEEE_CONF_PAPER_FORMATTING.pdf. Paper should be 6 to 8 pages (not including appendices) and include:

·          An Abstract (one or two paragraphs)

·          An Introduction section (survey of the literature)

·          A number of discussion sections WITH PUGH DIAGRAM(S) and discussion of DESIGN DECISIONS MADE

·          A Conclusions section

·          A bibliography – call it “References.”  Excessive use of Wikipedia and non-scholarly citations will be penalized. (USE THE LIBRARY and GOOGLE SCHOLAR  ). MANY HIGH-QUALITY CITATIONS ARE EXPECTED !

·          Appendices for supporting materials (code, sketches, drawings, data collected, manufacturers literature, etc.)

On due date, submit a printed stapled copy of your paper; All engineering majors put a copy of your paper in your individual folder in the “Engineering Portfolios” folder on the “J:” network drive.



Post it on Youtube, and send me your link before due date. If someone has a reason to not be in video, allow it, but I expect to hear a voice narrating.


Some suggested topics for semester projects (but don’t feel obliged to pick one of these):

·          ROVER FOR A SELECTED PLANET OR MOON (Parallel the design process in class for the Europa Rover)

·          ROVER FOR A REMOTE EARTH ENVIRONMENT (Parallel the design process in class for the Europa Rover)

·          ROBOBOAT ENVIRONMENTAL PROBE:  http://hamptonroads.com/2011/06/virginia-beach-hosts-robotboat-competition

·          FLYING ENVIRONMENTAL PROBE (balloon, kite, RC plane, etc) http://www.ted.com/talks/a_robot_that_flies_like_a_bird.html

·          ROBOT FOR NUCLEAR CLEAN-UP: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/04/18/japan-reactor-cleanup-us-robots_n_850344.html

·          AIR POLLUTION MONITORING ROBOT (and maybe control) DEVICE: http://www.npr.org/2011/08/03/138890522/nasas-eyes-in-the-sky-study-pollution-on-earth

·          SENSOR FUSION FOR POSE ESTIMATION (e.g, motion capture + vision + GPS + more)

·          LAUNCHED-PROJECTILE ENVIRONMENTAL SENSING PROBE (cannon-launch): http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00344257

·          ROBOT SWARM: http://www.ted.com/talks/vijay_kumar_robots_that_fly_and_cooperate.html

·          NASA COMPETITIONS (i.e., enter one)



·          COMPUTER NETWORKED HYDROPONIC GARDEN (continue work in E273 and Etown food services)




·          U.S. IMPROVEMENT IN FACTORY AUTOMATION (compare to Japan and EU countries): http://www.rec.ri.cmu.edu/

·          INTELLIGENT RAILROADS        

·          HYBRID CAR




·          INTELLIGENT AND SAFE CONTROL OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOURCES ( e.g., Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Nuclear, hydrogen fuel cells)



[1]       R. Siegwart and I. Nourbakhsh, Autonomous mobile robots, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004. (ISBN: 026219502X)

[2]       K.. Clark, A. Stankov, R. Pappalardo, M. Blanc, R. Greeley, J.P.Lebreton , Europa Jupiter System Mission; A Joint Endeavour by ESA and NASA, NASA Report, January 16, 2009.

[3]       Anthony H. Young, Lunar and planetary rovers: the wheels of Apollo and the quest for mars, Springer; 1 edition, August 1, 2006. (ISBN: 0387307745)

[4]       Paolo Ulivi and David M. Harland, Robotic exploration of the solar system: part II: hiatus and renewal, 1983-1996, Praxis; 1 edition, November 25, 2008. (ISBN: 0387789049)

[5]       S. . B. Niku, Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Systems, Applications, Prentice Hall, July 30, 2001. (ISBN: 0130613096)

[6]       R. Greenberg, Unmasking Europa: The search for life on Jupiter’s ocean moon, Springer; 1 edition, August 19, 2008. (ISBN: 0387479368)

[7]       R. Audouze (Editor), G. Israel (Editor), The Cambridge atlas of astronomy, Cambridge University Press; 3 edition, November 28, 1994, (ISBN: 0521434386)

[8]       Website: Europa, a Continuing Story of Discovery [http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/europa/].

[9]       Website: JPL Photojournal  [http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA01144].

[10]    Wunderlich, J.T. (201X). Two single-chip neurocomputer designs; one bottom-up, one top-down. (draft journal paper)

[11]    Painter J. and Wunderlich, J.T. (2008). Wunderbot IV: autonomous robot for international competition. In Proceedings of the 12th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2008, Orlando, FL: (pp. 62-67). 

[12]    Coleman, D. and Wunderlich, J.T. (2008). O3: an optimal and opportunistic path planner (with obstacle avoidance) using voronoi polygons. In Proceedings of IEEE the 10th international Workshop on Advanced Motion Control, Trento, Italy. vol. 1, (pp. 371-376). IEEE Press.

[13]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2004). Top-down vs. bottom-up neurocomputer design. In Intelligent Engineering Systems through Artificial Neural Networks, Proceedings of ANNIE 2004 International Conference, St. Louis, MO. H. Dagli (Ed.): Vol. 14. (pp. 855-866). ASME Press. ["Novel Smart Engineering System Design Award, 2nd runner-up best paper" from over 300 submissions],

[14]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2004). Simulating a robotic arm in a box: redundant kinematics, path planning, and rapid-prototyping for enclosed spaces. In Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International: Vol. 80. (pp. 301-316). San Diego, CA: Sage Publications.

[15]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2004). Design of a welding arm for unibody automobile assembly. In Proceedings of IMG04 Intelligent Manipulation and Grasping International Conference, Genova, Italy, R. Molfino (Ed.): (pp. 117-122). Genova, Italy: Grafica KC s.n.c Press.

[16]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2003). Defining the limits of machine intelligence. In Proceedings of IEEE SoutheastCon, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, [CD-ROM]. IEEE Press.  

[17]    Campos, D. and Wunderlich, J. T. (2002). Development of an interactive simulation with real-time robots for search and rescue. In Proceedings of IEEE/ASME International conference on Flexible Automation, Hiroshima, Japan: (session U-007). ASME Press.

[18]    Lister, M. and Wunderlich, J. T. (2002). Digital communications for a mobile robot. In Proceedings of IEEE SoutheastCon, Columbia, SC, [CD-ROM]. IEEE Press.  

[19]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2001). Simulation vs. real-time control; with applications to robotics and neural networks. In Proceedings of 2001 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Albuquerque, NM: (session 2793), [CD-ROM]. ASEE Publications.

[20]    Wunderlich, J.T. and Boncelet, C.G. (1996). Local optimization of redundant manipulator kinematics within constrained workspaces. In Proceedings of IEEE Int'l Conference on Robotics and Automation, Minneapolis, MN: Vol. (1). (pp. 127-132). IEEE Press. 

[21]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1996). Optimal kinematic design of redundant and hyper-redundant manipulators for constrained workspaces. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Delaware.  

[22]    Wunderlich, J.T., S. Chen, D. Pino, and T. Rahman (1993). Software architecture for a kinematically dissimilar master-slave telerobot. In Proceedings of SPIE Int'l Conference on Telemanipulator Technology and Space Telerobotics, Boston, MA: Vol. (2057). (pp. 187-198). SPIE Press.  

[23]    Wunderlich, J.T., and Elias, J. (1993). Design of an artificial dendritic tree VLSI microprocessor. U.Del. research report, 1993.

[24]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1992). A vector-register neural-network microprocessor with on-chip learning. Masters Thesis, Pennsylvania State University.

[25]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1999). Focusing on the blurry distinction between microprocessors and microcontrollers. In Proceedings of 1999 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Charlotte, NC: (session 3547), [CD-ROM]. ASEE Publications.

[26]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2003). Functional verification of SMP, MPP, and vector-register supercomputers through controlled randomness. In Proceedings of IEEE SoutheastCon, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, M. Curtis (Ed.): (pp. 117-122). IEEE Press.

[27]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1997). Random number generator macros for the system assurance kernel product assurance macro interface. Systems Programmer's User Manual for IBM S/390 Systems Architecture Verification, Poughkeepsie, NY.

[28]    Patterson, R.L.. and Hammoud, Ahmad. (2004) Reliability of Electronics for Cryogenic Space Applications Being Assessed. NASA Research and Technology 2004.

[29]    Pappalardo, R.T. (2006). Europa: processes and habitability (presentation). Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

[30]     Henderson, S., Shreshtha, S., Wunderlich, J.T. (2004). A high speed AUV test platform (submitted to military conference).

[31]     Painter, J. G. (2008). Vision system for Wunderbot IV autonomous robot. Elizabethtown College research report.

[32]     Crouse, J. (2008). The joint architecture for unmanned systems: a subsystem of the wunderbot 4. Elizabethtown College research report.

[33]     Painter, J. G., Coleman, D.,  Crouse, J., Yorgey, C., and Wunderlich, J.T. (2008) Wunderbot 4 IGVC report. Judged and published on-line by IGVC.

[34]     Boeing Company and NASA (1971) LRV operations handbook. Document LS006-002-2H.

[35]     Boeing Company and NASA (1971) LRV operations handbook. appendix A performance data. Document LS006-002-2H.

[36]     Carsen, A., Rankin, J., Fuguson, D., and Stentz, A. (2007). Global path planning on board the mars exploration rovers. In Proceedings of the IEEE Aerospace Conference, 2007. IEEE Press.  (available at http://marstech.jpl.nasa.gov/publications/z02_0102.pdf)

[37]    Bajracharya, M., Maimone, M.W., and Helmick, D. (2008). Autonomy for mars rovers: past, present, and future. In Computer: December, 2008. (pp. 44-50). IEEE Press. (available at http://marstech.jpl.nasa.gov/publications/z02_0102.pdf)

[38]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2011).  Designing robot autonomy: how tightly should we hold the leash? The 5th Int’l Conference on Design Principles and Practices, Rome, Italy.

[39]    Byman,D., Cronin, A.K., Death from above; are drones worth it, Foreign Affairs Vol 92,no.4, , July/August, 2013.

[40]     Norbert Lechner, Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects, 2007, Wiley; 3rd edition, November 24, 2008

[41]    Wunderlich, J.T. and Wunderlich, J.J. (2013). Green architecture and environmental design using rapid-prototyping social-networking sandbox tools, followed by professional architectural software.  Asian Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment (ACSEE 2013), June 6-9, Osaka, Japan. [1 of 3 chosen from 250 for extended 45-minute “Spot-lighted” Key-note talk] TALK  PAPER

[42]    Wunderlich, J.T. and Wunderlich, J.J. (2014). Crowdsourced Architecture and Environmental Design. 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET'2014) May 30-31,  London (United Kingdom).  TALK  PAPER

[43]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2012). Creating an engineering program in sustainable design for a U.S. liberal arts college. The 6th Int’l Conference on Design Principles and Practices, Los Angeles, CA.

[44]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2013). Green robotics, automation, and machine intelligence; a new engineering course in sustainable design. International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[45]    Ishise,T., Kimura1,T. , Osako,K. , Matsuyama,S. and Nakanishi,K (2013). Recyclability of fiber wastes as reinforcement of composite materials, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[46]    Negoro,T., Inoya,H., Ota,T., Yamada,K., and Hamada,H. (2013). Creation of PET bottle recycling society in small scale, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[47]    Negoro,T., Inoya,H., Ota,T., Yamada,K., and Hamada,H. (2013). Verification of the effect to reduction of emission of carbon dioxide by using recycled materials and dope-dyeing method, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[48]    Cimellaro,G.P., Reinhorn,A.M.,  and Bruneau,M.  (2013). Sustainable warehouses and industrial shed structures after 2012 earthquake in northern italy, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[49]    Shin,J.-H.  and Chang,S.-M. (2013). Aerodynamic design for the rotor of a savonius turbine using CFD, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[50]    Park,M.-W., Kim,J-K. Kang,M, Eum,K, Lee,T., Park,H--S. and Park,J.-W. (2013). Development of a process planning system for machining and assembly, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii.

[51]    Nam,S.-H., Shin,J.-H. , Lee,D.-H., Baek.J-Y., and Lee1,S.W.(2013). Development of integrated shop operation system in multiple FMC environments with real-time re-scheduling architecture, International Symposium on Green Manufacturing and Applications (ISGMA 2013),  June 25-29, Oahu, Hawaii. 

[52]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1992). A vector-register neural-network microprocessor with on-chip learning; Appendix A “Machine Intelligence History (Part of Chapter 1 of a book draft) Masters Thesis, Pennsylvania State University

[53]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2009) BIGXORtest.m Backpropagation Neural Network Matlab code.

[54]    Wunderlcih, J.T. (1993) Robotics Review, talk given to fellow robotics researchers (U.Delaware, U.Penn, Oxford, Cambridge), Applied Science and Engineering Lab, A.I. Dupont Hospital.

[55]    Excerpts from Expert Systems Texts (recent citations soon)

[56]    VP-Expert user manual

[57]    Wunderlcih, J.T. (1991), VP-Expert Case Study:Doctor’s Office Answering Service

[58]    Wunderlcih, J.T. (1991), VP-Expert Case Study: Selecting a toy for a baby

[59]    IEEE Conference Paper Publication Standard; available from IEEE at: http://users.etown.edu/w/wunderjt/IEEE_CONF_PAPER_FORMATTING.pdf

[60]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1976-present), Architecture Portfolio

[61]    Wunderlich, J.T. (2011), EGR400 Engineering Portfolio Syllabus, and personal Digication Portfolio

[62]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1999-present), Robotics & Machine Intelligence website

[63]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1999-present), Design & Technology-Transfer Studio website

[64]    Wunderlich, J.T. (1999-present), Personal & Professional website