This course will introduce the key concepts of robotics. The course will cover sensing, localization, mapping, motion planning, and state estimation. There will be a large laboratory component, with lectures to cover important concepts. There will be considerable software development in C. Lab times will be arranged in the first week of class.
Undergraduates and graduate students from computer science, electrical engineering, bioengineering, mechanical engineering, and biology/chemistry are encouraged to take this class.
There are no formal pre-requisites for this class. However, you will be doing a lot of programming, and should be somewhat comfortable with the C programming language.
Tuesday & Thursdays, 2:30-3:45, Keck Hall 107
All email addresses below end with "@rice.edu".
Office: Duncan Hall Rm 3118
Office Hours:Friday 1pm-2pm, after class most days
There is no textbook this semester.
We work with the r-one robots (pronounced "are-one") shown above.