Prof. Alessandro De Luca
Dipartimento di Ingegneria informatica, automatica e gestionale Antonio Ruberti (DIAG)
Sapienza Università di Roma
Via Ariosto 25, 00185 Roma, Italy
tel: +39 06 77274 052
email: deluca [at] diag [dot] uniroma1 [dot] it
Academic year 2017/18 (second semester)
Aims: This course provides tools for: Advanced kinematics and dynamic analysis of robot manipulators; Design of feedback control laws for free motion and interaction tasks, including visual servoing.
Contents: Advanced kinematics for robot manipulators (calibration, redundancy resolution). Derivation and use of the dynamic model of robots (Euler-Lagrange and Newton-Euler formulations). Identification of dynamic coefficients. Inclusion of joint transmission elasticity. Linear and nonlinear control schemes for set-point regulation (PD with gravity compensation, saturated PID, iterative learning) and for trajectory tracking (feedback linearization and decoupling, passive control, robust control, adaptive control) in free motion tasks, as well as for interaction tasks with the environment (compliance control, impedance control, hybrid force/velocity control). Image- and position-based visual servoing (kinematic treatment). Special topics will be presented in a seminarial way: diagnosis of robot actuator faults; detection of physical collisions and safe reaction.
Courses of study: M.Sc. in Control Engineering (MCER), M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (MARR)
ECTS Credits: 6 credits
Exams: written part + oral examination (in alternative, preparation of a project after passing a classroom test)
Period: second semester (February-June 2018: about 12 weeks)
Monday, February 26, 2018
Delayed to: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 (storm alert on Feb 26, travel on Feb 28, political elections on Mar 5)
End: Monday, June 4, 2018
Schedule: in preparation
|Monday||08:00-10:00 (room B2; DIAG, Via Ariosto 25)|
|Wednesday||14:00-17:00 (room B2; DIAG, Via Ariosto 25)|
Distribution of students according to the course of study:
A.A. 2017/18: 57 MARR (20 international students), 25 MCER (15), 3 Other (1), 1 Erasmus (international); Total: 86 students (78 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2016/17: 66 MARR (12 international students), 26 MCER (14), 1 PhD, 1 BIAR, 1 Other (1); Total: 95 students (75 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2015/16: 52 MARR (10 international students), 28 MCER (6), 2 BIAR (1); Total: 82 students (65 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2014/15: 16 MCER (4 international students), 14 MARR (2), 2 Erasmus (international); Total: 32 students (29 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2013/14: 36 MARR (15 international students), 9 MCER, 5 Erasmus (international), 2 MELR; Total: 52 students (26 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2012/13: 44 MARR (8 international students), 4 MELR (1), 4 Erasmus (international), 2 PhD, 1 MSIR; Total: 55 students (48 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2011/12: 30 MARR (10 international students), 8 MSIR, 4 MELR (1 international student) + 2 LSER, 1 LAUR, 1 MMER; Total: 46 students (36 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2010/11: 29 MARR (8 international students), 16 MSIR, 10 MELR (1 international student), 1 MMER; Total: 56 students (39 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2009/10: 22 MARR (5 international students), 7 MSIR, 6 SELR, 3 SSIR, 2 MINR, 1 SMER (international student), 1 PhD Aero; Total: 42 students (24 present at first lecture)
A.A. 2008/09: 6 MINR (3 international students), 2 LAUR; Total: 8 students (4 present at first lecture)
The textbook for Robotics 2 is:
B. Siciliano, L. Sciavicco, L. Villani, G. Oriolo
"Robotics: Modelling, Planning and Control", 3rd Edition, Springer, 2009
Download the Errata Corrige for this book.
Only selected chapters are part of the course program, but this book is a perfect reference also for further studies. Other course material (PDF of the lecture slides, technical papers, data sheets, videos, texts of exams (with or without solution), exercises) is available in this page (requires Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later).
Please register to exams via the web site Infostud, using your student ID ("matricola") and password. Choose the course name in the list with the correct number of credits. The same procedure applies also to incoming Erasmus+ and Erasmus Mundus students.
I usually open sessions only for the two exams of Robotics II (code 1021883, 6 credits) and Robotica II (code 1022120, 6 credits). For any other situation please contact me in advance.
Registrations to exams for all sessions of the academic year 2017/18 are open on Infostud since October 26, 2017:
- I session: written part, January 11, 2018, 9:00, room B2
- II session: written part, February 5, 2018, 9:00, room B2
- First extra session (only for students of previous years): written part, March 27, 2018, 9:00, room A4
- III session: written part, June 6, 2018, 9:00, room B2 (registration closes on May 30, 2018)
- IV session: written part, July 11, 2018, 9:00, room B2 (registration closes on July 4, 2018)
- V session: written part, September 11, 2018, 9:00, room B2 (registration closes on September 4, 2018)
- Second extra session (only for students of previous years): written part, October 18, 2018, time/room tbd (registration closes on October 11, 2018)