Humanoide Roboter (ehem. Robotik)
This course gives an introduction to robotics, with a particular interest in humanoid robots. It presents different methods for programming robots to perform tasks that involve sensory-motor interactions. The participants of the course will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge in the Praktikum Robotik and program robots for different tasks.
- Mathematical model
- 1. Transformations kinematics
- 2. Inverse kinematics
- 3. Differential kinematics
- 4. Dynamics
- 1. Sensors
- 2. Actuators
- 3. PID controller
- 4. Vision-based control
- Biologically inspired robots
- 1. Legged robots
- 2. Locomotion
- 3. Humanoid robots
- 4. Central Pattern Generator
- 5. Generation of whole-body motion patterns
- Social robotics
- Perceptual robotics
Learning outcomes: Basic practical knowledge for robot control, task acquisition, motion generation, and sensory-motor interaction in robotics.
Please send me your name, matriculation number, and university login (only username) in order to register you for Praktikum and the course mailing list.
Dear students, I am providing a backup lecture on Tuesday 11th February at 10 A.M. ( Room 1/368A )
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of Mathematics.
The oral exam duration is 25-minutes
Date and time for the oral exam:
March 2nd & March 6th
Student list for the oral exam:
10:30 - A. Munirathinam
11:00 - P.K. Shaw
11:30 - A. Sampathkumar
12:00 - M. Kuchenreuther
10:30 - A. Moussa
11:00 - L. Rosenbaum
11:30 - S. Li
12:00 - D. Escher
Will be provided/Updated after each lecture.