I400 / I590 / B659: Intelligent Robotics
Instructor: Kris Hauser
Intelligent physical agents use sophisticated algorithms to plan their motions, sense and understand the world, react to changing disturbances, and interact with human operators and other agents. Intelligent Robotics introduces basic mathematical models and practical algorithms for modeling, planning, and perception in modern robotics. Potential applications of these techniques include robots, intelligent vehicles, virtual characters, study of human cognition, biological molecules, and smart medical devices.
Subjects will include:
Course materials will consist of lectures, homework assignments, and interactive labs. Students will work in small teams on robot simulation platforms as well as real robot hardware to complete a semester project.
Prerequisites: Two semesters of programming, calculus. Python and Linux experience strongly recommended.