BMED 4803/8813 at Georgia Tech
Lectures: Mon/Wed 3:00-4:15 p.m., Whitaker 1239
Robotics researchers and futurists have long dreamed of robots that can serve as caregivers. In this hands-on project-based course, you will learn about future opportunities and present realities for autonomous robots that serve as caregivers. You will also gain experience with key technologies for the creation of autonomous robots, including perception, action, human-robot interaction, and learning.
Note: Only teams that have given permission to open-source their projects are listed below.
Lecture 3: Guest Lecture by Henry and Jane Evans
Lecture 7: Improvisational – Practical Robotics and Architectures [Supplementary PDF]
Lecture 8: Guest Lecture by Henry Clever
Lecture 9: Improvisational – Assistive Gym [Supplementary PDF]
Lecture 10: Midterm Presentations [Supplementary PDF]
Lecture 12: Guest Lecture by Prof. Wendy Rogers and Dr. Travis Kadylak (Robots to Support Successful Aging) [Lecture PDF]
Lecture 13: Capacitive Sensing [Lecture PDF]
Lecture 16: Guest Lecture by Samarth Brahmbhatt (Contact-Centric Grasping Behavior) [Lecture PDF]
Lecture 18: ROS and Real-Robot Demo [Supplementary PDF]