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Introduction to Robotics: Building the Future


The Introduction to Robotics course offers an exciting journey into the world of robotics, where students will explore the principles, design, and applications of robots. Through a combination of theoretical concepts and hands-on activities, participants will gain a foundational understanding of robotics, including robot anatomy, sensors and actuators, programming basics, and real-world applications. Whether you’re a beginner curious about robotics or an enthusiast looking to pursue a career in the field, this course will inspire you to unleash your creativity and innovation in robotics.

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Course Instructor:  Mashrufa Tasnim

Lecture, Daffodil International University

Masters in Robotics, DU

Course Modules:

Module 1: Foundations of Robotics (Duration: 8 hours)

  • Introduction to robotics: history, significance, and future prospects.
  • Understanding robot anatomy and components.
  • Exploring different types of robots and their applications.
  • Hands-on activity: Building a simple robot prototype.

Module 2: Sensors and Actuators (Duration: 8 hours)

  • Overview of sensors and actuators used in robotics.
  • Understanding sensor types: proximity, touch, light, and more.
  • Introduction to actuators: motors, servos, and pneumatic systems.
  • Hands-on activity: Experimenting with sensors and actuators in robot control.

Module 3: Robot Programming Basics (Duration: 12 hours)

  • Introduction to robot programming languages: Python, Arduino, Blockly, etc.
  • Understanding basic programming concepts: variables, loops, conditionals.
  • Hands-on activity: Writing and executing simple programs to control robots.
  • Introduction to robot simulation software.

Module 4: Robot Kinematics and Motion Planning (Duration: 12 hours)

  • Understanding robot kinematics: forward and inverse kinematics.
  • Introduction to motion planning algorithms: path planning, trajectory generation.
  • Hands-on activity: Implementing motion planning algorithms in simulation.

Module 5: Robot Vision and Perception (Duration: 8 hours)

  • Introduction to robot vision systems: cameras, depth sensors, LiDAR.
  • Understanding image processing techniques: object detection, recognition, tracking.
  • Hands-on activity: Experimenting with computer vision algorithms for robot perception.

Module 6: Robot Control and Navigation (Duration: 8 hours)

  • Introduction to robot control methods: PID control, feedback control.
  • Overview of robot localization and mapping techniques: SLAM.
  • Hands-on activity: Implementing control and navigation algorithms in simulation.

Module 7: Robot Manipulation and Grasping (Duration: 4 hours)

  • Understanding robot manipulation: grippers, arms, end-effectors.
  • Introduction to grasp planning algorithms.
  • Hands-on activity: Designing and testing robot grasping strategies.

Module 8: Robot Applications and Projects (Duration: 10 hours)

  • Exploring real-world applications of robotics: manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, etc.
  • Introduction to robotics research and innovation.
  • Hands-on activity: Working on a robotics project from concept to prototype.

Module 9: Ethics and Social Implications of Robotics (Duration: 2 hours)

  • Discussing ethical considerations in robotics: privacy, safety, job displacement.
  • Exploring the societal impact of robotics on various industries and communities.

Module 10: Future Trends and Career Opportunities in Robotics (Duration: 2 hours)

  • Overview of emerging trends and advancements in robotics technology.
  • Exploring career paths in robotics: research, engineering, entrepreneurship.
  • Hands-on activity: Planning personal projects and career paths in robotics.

Throughout the Introduction to Robotics course, participants will engage in interactive lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on projects to deepen their understanding of robotics concepts and develop practical skills in robot design, programming, and control. By the end of the course, students will be equipped with the knowledge and confidence to explore further studies or pursue careers in the exciting field of robotics.


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