4 credits during the 2nd year of 10635 ROBOTICS ENGINEERING (LM-32) GENOVA
The course presents modern task-priority based control approaches to complex robotic systems. A general framework capable of controlling robotic structures ranging from fixed-base arms to dual arm mobile manipulators is discussed. The same framework is extended to cooperative manipulation by multiple agents in a distributed way.
Ricevimento: When: On appointment. Where: Robotics & Automation Lab, 2nd floor Building E, Via Opera Pia 13.
ENRICO SIMETTI (President)
GIUSEPPE CASALINO (President Substitute)
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