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Teach the course, EECS 467, a Major Design Experience Autonomous Robotics course. Course description as follows:
Software methods and implementation for robot perception, world mapping, and control, using physical robots. Topics include: sensors, sensor processing, control, motion planning, localization and mapping, and forward and inverse kinematics. Multiple team projects, culminating in a major design experience (MDE) project.
Instructor will be responsible for refining course materials, lecturing, holding office hours and preparing and grading exams and projects, and supervising the course support staff.
Strong interest in teaching an advanced undergraduate course in robotics. Prior research and hands-on experience in the Robotics field. M.S. required
Ph.D. preferred in a field related to robotics.
Salary range - $12,000-$15,000 (reflects 40% effort)
Duration - Fall Term 2021
Class Schedule - MW 9-1030AM
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