Course Name: Introduction to Robotics

Course abstract

This course is a bridge-course for students from various disciplines to get the basic understanding of robotics. The mechanical, electrical, and computer science aspects of robotics is covered in this introductory course.


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Prof. Ashish Dutta

Prof. Ashish Dutta obtained his PhD in Systems Engineering from Akita University, Japan, M.Tech from Jadavpur University and B.Tech from NIT Calicut. From 1994 to 2000 he was with the Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai where he worked on telemanipulator design and control for nuclear applications. Since 2002 he is with the department of mechanical engineering at IIT Kanpur, India. He was also a visiting professor in Nagoya University, Japan in 2006 and is currently a visiting professor at Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan (2015 - ). His research interests are in the areas of humanoid robotics, motion planning in 3D, intelligent control systems and rehabilitation engineering.
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 Course Duration : Jan-Apr 2021

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 Enrollment : 18-Nov-2020 to 25-Jan-2021

 Exam registration : 15-Jan-2021 to 12-Mar-2021

 Exam Date : 25-Apr-2021

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