RIM@GT Offering Public Short Courses on Robotics
March 1, 2011
On April 26-27, the Center for Robotics & Intelligent Machines (RIM) will teach four short courses, open to anyone who wants to enroll and covering a range of topics in robotics.
The courses include:
- Fundamentals of Autonomous Vehicle Design and Control (COMP 7101P)—Explore robotic computing and software development through simulation and design of a controller (with mission planning) for an autonomous robot.
- Fundamentals of Industrial Robotics and Deployment of Robots (COMP 7102P)—Learn the fundamentals of industrial automation and robotics including the hardware, controls, equipment and implementation of a robotic system.
- Human-Robot Interaction (COMP 7100P)—Learn core human-robot interaction challenges: human-robot teamwork and collaboration, robots learning from people, robots sensing and modeling people in their environments.
- Perception in Robotics (COMP 7103P)—Survey the state of the art in robotic perception, one of the key enablers to deploying robots in more realistic and unpredictable environments.
Following the courses on April 28, all participants are invited to RIM to attend tours and demonstrations from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. That evening from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., RIM will hold a reception and student poster session, “RIM Keeps You on the Edge,” in the Klaus Atrium.
For more information please see the RIM website.
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