6 August 2017
Practical Robotics with 3D printing
- Student is familiar with microcontroller general architecture and has an overview of practical applications of microcontrollers in mechatronics.
- Student knows practical microcontroller programming and application potentialities in mechatronics on the base of a chosen microcontroller.
- Student is able to: design and produce robot chassis with rapid prototyping technology; compose microcontroller based robotic control procedures; compose and solve basic microcontroller procedures for a robotic system; compose and solve microcontroller use practical problems and knows how to get support;
- Student gets an experience in designing, programming and building a robotic system.
- Student participates in a student robot contest.
Raivo Sell, Ph.D in mechatronics and product development. Product development and robotics program manager at Tallinn University of Technology. He has initiated robotics and embedded system studies at different educational levels in Estonia and abroad.
BA and MA students with relevant background (mechanical engineering, mechatronics, information technology, etc) or students interested in robotics and programming.
Aim of the course is to give an overview of the use of microcontrollers for robotic applications and CAD modelling with 3D printing for robot mechanical design. To develop practical skills and knowledge of the robotics and apply acquired knowledge for the practical robotic tasks.
EUR 1400: Includes tuition fee, study materials, accommodation in shared rooms from 23 July - 6 August with breakfast, certificate upon successful completion of the course, social events programme.
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