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New Undergraduate Course Fall 2022 – CS 49000: Introduction To Robotics

Any intelligent robot system interacting with our environment needs perception, planning, and control methods in its cognition process. The perception module outlines the robot's procedures to gather and interpret sensory observations into world models. The underlying planning and control modules use those world models to plan robot behaviors and their interaction with our natural environments. Therefore, this course will cover the fundamental topics in robot perception, planning, and control to design general-purpose robot cognition algorithms.

Full course content is available here: https://qureshiahmed.github.io/fall22.html


  • Although the course mentions an extensive list of prerequisites, students familiar with data structures and basic concepts in Linear Algebra, Probability, and Statistics can still enroll after approval from the instructor. Please contact the instructor through email (ahqureshi@purdue.edu) to obtain the approval. In the email, please attach your CV, most-recent transcript (unofficial is okay), and, if possible, some proven record of your relevant robotics projects.
  • Eligible for the Purdue CS MI track elective

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