[robotics-worldwide] [news] Inria - MOOC "Mobile Robots and Autonomous Vehicles". Registration is now open.

Isabelle Rey isabelle.rey at inria.fr
Mon Apr 13 07:12:53 PDT 2015


Inria's Mooc Lab presents its new MOOC. 


A MOOC "Mobile Robots and Autonomous Vehicles" by Inria-uTOP 


Dear colleagues, 

We'd like to inform you that a new MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), called « Mobile Robots and Autonomous Vehicles » , will be available on May, 18 2015 on the French platform France Université Numérique (FUN). This course will be taught by Christian Laugier, Agostino Martinelli, Dizan Vasquèz from the e-Motion and Chroma teams. 

The objective of this course is to introduce the key concepts required to program mobile robots and autonomous vehicles and will present both formal and algorithmic tools, illustrated using realistic examples and programming exercises in Python. The course is primarily intended for students with an engineering or masters degree, but any person with basic familiarity with probabilities, linear algebra and Python can benefit from it. The course can also complement the skills of engineers and researchers working in the field of mobile robots and autonomous vehicles. 

This MOOC was created by I nria’s MoocLab , as part of the uTOP project ( http://utop.fr/ - http://utop.inria.fr/ ) . uTOP is an IDEFI project that aims to create a demonstrator for increasing research visibility through out training. 

Feel free to register and share this information widely. The course is free and open to everybody: 

«Register to this Mooc (on FUN)» 

Best Regards, 

Inria's Mooc Lab 

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KEY DATES 

Classes start : 
18/05/2015 

Classes end : 
21/06/2015 

Estimated effort: 
2h/week 
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