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Seminar on Intelligent Robotics 1B(2.0 credits)

Code:11787
Division at courseMaster's Course
Course Type:
Class Format:Seminar
Department Name : Micro-Nano Mechanical Science and Engineering
Starts 1 : 1 Autumn Semester
Lecturer : Yasuhisa Hasegawa Professor  Tadayoshi AOYAMA Associate Professor  Masaru TAKEUCHI Assistant Professor 

•Course Purpose
The aim of this course is to give a seminar on micro-nano mechanical engineering and basics and latest research trend of intelligent robots.

The goals of this course are to
(1) Explain the characteristics, latest research trend, and technical issues on intelligent robots.
(2) Understand and explain elemental technologies used in intelligent robots.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Control engineering, sensing engineering, robotics, mechatronics, programing language

•Course Topics
1. Overview of intelligent robots
2. High precision positioning control
3. Small object manipulation technology
4. High-speed sensing technology
5. Microfabrication technology

Assign preparation tasks and check the preparation status in the class.

•Textbook
Textbooks will be introduced as appropriate as the lecture progresses.

•Additional Reading
Reference books will be introduced as appropriate as the lecture progresses.

•Grade Assessment
Assign several exercises to explain intelligent robot systems.
Grading will be calculated according to the reports.

•Notes

•Contacting Faculty
Questions will be accepted during breaks after the class or office hours.

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