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Research Seminar "Algorithms for mobile robots: Perception, Planning, Control" (2020/2021)

Algorithms for mobile robots - is the course designed for the 2nd year master students of the program "Data Science" majoring in "Intelligent Systems and Structurual Analysis" as a part of the research seminar (1-2 module of 2020/2021 school year).

Lecturer
Konstantin Yakovlev.

Detalied information about the course
Objectives, Grading System, Syllabus etc.: algorobo2021-en (PDF, 257 Kb) 


Abstract

Robotics is one of the areas of modern science and technology that experiences a substantial rapid growth nowadays. Such robotic devices as automated vacuum cleaners, filming drones, driverless cars, etc. are becoming a part of our everyday’s life. The key feature of almost all such devices is the mobility, i.e. the ability to move from one location of the environment to the other. One of the key challenges researchers and engineers are now facing is automating such movements in a long-term horizon by creating state-of-the art controlling software based on the methods and models of artificial intelligence, automated control theory, computer vision etc.

In this course we will investigate the problems (and methods tailored to solve them) that arise in the context of intelligent robotics, such as: Perception (object detection, semantic segmentation, object tracking, mapping etc.)Planning (task planning, path/motion planning etc.), Control (e.g. machine learning for controlling the robots)

The main activities within the course are i) reading, analyzing and presenting papers ii) taking part in the discussion iii) preparing texts containing either overview of the methods for some specific problem or description of the empirical evaluation conducted by the student on its own.

For more details see the file: algorobo2021-en (PDF, 257 Kb)