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Cognitive robotic manipulation

Allgemeine Informationen

Veranstaltungsnummer 8.3146
Semester WS 2014/15
Aktuelle Anzahl der Teilnehmenden 9
Heimat-Einrichtung LE Cognitive Science
Veranstaltungstyp Seminar in der Kategorie Offizielle Lehrveranstaltungen
Erster Termin Mi , 15.10.2014 14:00 - 16:00, Ort: 69/E23
Voraussetzungen A basic familiarity with the methods of linear algebra and function analysis (as taught e.g. in the lecture 'Mathematik für Anwender' by Prof. Dr. Römer) is necessary for most of the seminar topics.

Prof. Dr. Hertzbergs Lecture 'Robotics' is NOT a necessary preliminary to this course, because it deals with robotic arms and hands, which are not covered by the lecture.
Lernorganisation In order to pass this course each student has to (1) give a presentation of 30 minutes about his/her assigned topic with additional 10 minutes of questions and answers, (2) submit a term paper on his/her topic of 4000-6000 words, (3) attend the seminar sessions regularly and participate actively (e.g. by asking questions...).

A detailed list of the available seminar topics can be found in the 'Documents' section of the stud.IP pages for this seminar.
SWS 2
Sprache Englisch
Contact Hours 2
ECTS-Punkte 4

Lehrende

Zeiten

Mittwoch: 14:00 - 16:00, wöchentlich (ab 15.10.2014)

Veranstaltungsort

69/E23

Studienbereiche

Kommentar/Beschreibung

The seminar 'Cognitive robotic manipulation' tries to bridge the gap between the material traditionally taught in robotics courses (mechanical and electrical engineering, computer science) and the more recent results from cognitive science and related fields that currently have high influence on robotics research. However, to a large extent this seminar covers the (mathematical/engineering) basics of robot manipulators, since there is (to the best of my knowledge) no other course covering these themes.