After completing this course, the student is able to:
- Apply theories and techniques from the area of embodied AI, biomechanics, and locomotion control to reliable use on physical walking robots.
+ in-depth knowledge of the area of embodied AI, biomechanics, and locomotion control of complex robotic systems, like walking robots
+ detailed understanding of embodied AI techniques applicable to walking robots
+ general knowledge of the breadth of sensorimotor coordination problems in the complex robotic systems
+ able to give a seminar presentation in a scientific way,
+ able to report an embodied locomotion control-based task in a clear and concise way,
using appropriate methodology and evaluation criteria
+ able to plan and monitor an embodied locomotion control-based task, including planning of implementation and evaluation
+ able to construct a physical dynamic walking robot using the robot construction kit Locokit
+ able to solve complex control problems of the walking robot using embodied AI techniques
+ able to carry out an embodied locomotion control-based task, including management of time, knowledge and dissemination.
+ able to independently take responsibility for his/her own professional development and specialization