Second Cycle (Laurea magistrale) Degree Programme in Embedded Computing Systems.
To be defined.
The student who completes the course successfully will be able to demonstrate
his/her capability of solving problems using tools developed for the analysis of mechanical and advance kinematic systems, with particular reference to machines and robots; his/her practical ability in designing and integrating a robotic-mechatronic system; his/her theoretical and practical knowledge of algorithms and architectures that integrates Human-Robot interaction
This course is organized in two sections. The first part aims at providing the students with the basic concepts needed for the modeling and analysis of multibody mechanical systems, with elements of kinematics, statics and dynamics.
The second part introduces mathematical concepts on kinematics, dynamic and controls of robots, and practical sessions where exercises and problems are solved using the introduced concepts.
In the second part an overview of haptic interfaces and issues in human-robot interaction for the design and control of human robot interfaces are analyzed.
For this course the prerequisite/s is/are
face to face
Bibliography will be indicated during the lectures.
During the oral examination, the student should be able to demonstrate his/her knowledge on the subject, through the solution of proposed exercises. A project on the robot analysis and simulation for a given case is requested for the evaluation of comprehension of robotics concepts.
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