In-depth study of advanced robotics modeling and control. Topics include kinematics, motion planning, dynamics and control of serial chain robotic manipulators. Concepts are explored through a combination of theoretical and numerical modeling techniques.
ME 446 or ECE 332 or equiv; Math 320 or 340; Familiarity with high level computational programming language such as Matlab, or consent of instructor
Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGR College: College of Engineering