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Robotics

Published: 3 January 2022

Through this course you will be able to understand, design and program basic functions for non-contact measurement and regulation of robots.

About the course:

The teaching consists of lectures, lessons, laboratory work and sub-projects. Laboratory work and project assignments are carried out in groups of a maximum of 2-4 students and end with a written report.

Course content:

  • Representation of position and orientation
  • Time and movement for Robots
  • Mobile robots
  • Navigation
  • Location
  • Forward and inverse kinematics for robotic arms
  • Image processing
  • Extraction of properties from images
  • Vision-based control

At the end of the course you will be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of methods for modeling and regulation of mobile robots
  • demonstrate the ability to design and implement algorithms for road planning of mobile robots
  • demonstrate knowledge of kinematics and dynamics for robot arms and manipulators
  • demonstrate the ability to use image processing techniques to feature extraction and visual control
  • demonstrate knowledge of different robot platforms and their function
  • demonstrate the ability to program functions for visual sensors and control of several different types of robot platforms and to account for this work both orally and in writing

Teacher in charge

George Nikolakopoulos

George Nikolakopoulos, Professor and Head of Subject

Phone: +46 (0)920 491298
Organisation: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Signals and Systems, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering