Robotics (PhD)

UNIVERSITÀ DELLA SVIZZERA ITALIANA
A Mendrisio (Svizzera)

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Descrizione The course provides an introduction to the field of robotics. The following fundamental issues faced in the design and control of robotic systems will be studied: Kinematics and dynamics of locomotion; Proprio- and Exteroceptive sensing; State estimation; Localization and Mapping; Motion planning in mobile and arm robots; Navigation; Coordination and cooperation in multi-robots. The course includes theory classes, hands-on classes, and homework. Students will apply the learned concepts through the programming of both simulated and real robots. Students who successfully complete the course will have: Acquired practice about robot modeling, programming, and control; Gained familiarity with issues and potentialities of robotic applications.

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The course provides an introduction to the field of robotics. The following fundamental issues faced in the design and control of robotic systems will be studied: Kinematics and dynamics of locomotion; Proprio- and Exteroceptive sensing; State estimation; Localization and Mapping; Motion planning in mobile and arm robots; Navigation; Coordination and cooperation in multi-robots. The course includes theory classes, hands-on classes, and homework. Students will apply the learned concepts through the programming of both simulated and real robots. Students who successfully complete the course will have: Acquired practice about robot modeling, programming, and control; Gained familiarity with issues and potentialities of robotic applications.

REFERENCES

  • A. Kelly, "Mobile Robotics: Mathematics, Models, and Methods", CUP, 2013.
  • R. Siegvart, I. Nourbakhsh, D. Scaramuzza, " Autonomous Mobile Robots", 2011
  • G. Dudek, M. Jenkin, "Computational Principles of Mobile Robotics", CUP, 2010.