16 August 2019
In this course, small student teams are provided with a sophisticated rover system. The goal of the teams is to operate the rover in a Mars analog mission scenario on a test-bed. The practical skills to program the rover are imparted in hands-on lectures. The teams must build their own manipulator to pick up ground samples or objects. Besides the practical lectures and the hands-on project, the students are taught about space rover technologies and robotic exploration of other planets.
Dipl.-Ing. Cem Avsar
Dipl.-Ing. Lennart Kryza
Bachelor and Master students with an interest in space robotics. The course requires no specific robotics-related knowledge. Experience in programming is an advantage.
Upon course completion students should have acquired knowledge of the most important topics related to space robotics and planetary exploration. Course participants shall be familiar with the parts of a space rover system and understand their correlations. In addition, they will be able to plan and conduct a planetary exploration mission. Practically, students will be capable of designing a part of a rover system with regard to mechanics, electronics and programming.
5 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) for the academic course
EUR 2300: The fee includes: the Summer School academic program, transportation ticket and some extracurricular activities.