||September 25, 2017 - December 21,
2017 (first semester); February 26, 2018 - June 1,
2018 (second semester)
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of the Master in Control Engineering (MCER) and of the Master in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (MARR) at the Dipartimento di Ingegneria
informatica, Automatica e Gestionale (DIAG) of Sapienza UniversitÓ
The course presents a selection of
advanced topics on the control of robots and robotic systems, and is
intended as an introduction to research in the field. Guided through
case studies taken from the research activities of the instructors, the
student will be able to fully develop a control problem in Robotics,
from its analysis to the proposal of solution methods and their
course gives 6 credits, and is organized in two modules of 3 credits each. The two modules can be chosen among the four modules offered each year, two per semester, within the Elective in Robotics
course (code 1056414, 12 credits). The modules cover in a seminar
fashion a number of research topics. Lectures/seminars are presented by
instructors and/or by qualified external researchers. The four modules of the
academic year 2017-18, out of which you can choose two, are:
actual schedules, teaching materials, and further details, please access the web page
of the individual modules by following the links above.
background in robotics (kinematics, dynamics, planning, control), as
given for example in Robotics
2, and Autonomous
Robotics, is desirable but not mandatory.
To obtain 6 credits for Control Problems in Robotics it is necessary to complete two modules.
After attending classes, one module is completed through a small
project (typically involving simulations) and the other by giving an
oral presentation on a certain topic (e.g., based on technical papers).
Theses at the Robotics
Theses on the topics
studied in this course are available at the Robotics
Laboratory. More information can be found here.
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