[robotics-worldwide] [meetings]The Second Call for 2017 The 6th International Summer School on Geometric Methods and Its Applications in Robotics

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Thu May 4 04:43:03 PDT 2017


1. Organizer
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) 
SSL Robotics Technology Research Institute 
Changsha Robotics Technology Research Institute 

2. Sponsor
National natural science foundation of China (NSFC) 
Harbin institute of technology, Shenzhen (HITSZ) 

3. Organizing committee
Guobiao Wang, NSFC 
Zexiang Li, HKUST 
Han Ding, HUST 
Xiangyang Zhu, SJTU 
Yunjiang Lou, HITSZ 
Xin Chen, GDUT 
Yaonan Wang, HNU 
Hongwei Ma, DGUT 

4. Schedule
MAY 15, 2017, Application deadline 
MAY 20, 2017, Acceptance notification 
MAY 31, 2017, Registration and payment due 
JUL. 16, 2017, Summer School reception 
JUL. 17, 2017-AUG. 12, 2017, Courses and projects 
AUG. 13, 2017- AUG. 26, 2017, Extended Projects 

5. Location
Songshan Lake (SSL), Guangdong, China 

6. Lecturers
Harald Löwe, PhD, Apl. Professor, Technical University of Braunschweig.
Harald Löwe received his Diploma and PhD degree in mathematics from the
Technical University of Braunschweig. Since his “Habilitation” in 2001, he
is working as a professor at the department of Mathematics of the TU
Braunschweig. Currently, he is concerned with projects in mathematics with
schools. His field of research is geometry and its applications. 

Zexiang Li, PhD, Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Zexiang Li received his BS degree in electrical engineering and economics
(with honors) from CMU, MA degree in mathematics and PhD degree in
electrical engineering and computer science from UC Berkeley. He worked as a
research scientist in the AI Lab of MIT and as an assistant professor in the
Robotics Lab of NYU before returning to China. He is now a professor at the
ECE Dept. of HKUST, and the director of the Automation Technology Center. He
co-founded several robotic companies with his students, including Googol
Tech, DJI and QKM Tech. 


7. Course formats
AM: Lectures (9:00-12:00) / Projects 
PM:  (1) Projects 
(2) Discussion and tutorials 
(3) Company visits / Field trips 

8. Syllabus
+JUL. 16- JUL. 23 (Week1)Projects 
    - Real projects including industrial automation, agricultural
automation, real estate inspection, 3D scanning, etc. 
+JUL. 24- JUL. 30(Week2) Course on Robotics (by Prof. Li) 
 -Rigid body motion and screw theory 
 -Manipulator kinematics 
 -Robot dynamics 
 -Trajectory generation and control 
 -Kinematics and control of multi-fingered robotic hands 
 -Robot motion planning 
 -Workpiece localization and tolerance theory 
 -Parallel mechanism synthesis and design 
+JUL. 24--AUG.6(Week3)Talks on engineering practice 
 -Talks by engineers from Mathworks、TI/ADI, etc. 
+AUG.7- AUG.13(Week4)Course on differential geometry (by Prof. Loewe) 
 -Linear Spaces 
 -Submanifolds and Manifolds 
 -Linear Lie Groups 
 -The Euclidian Motion Group 
 -Riemannian Geometry 
 -Homogeneous Spaces 
+AUG.14- AUG.27(Week5-6)Extended projects (Optional) 
 -Students can choose to continue their projects in the following two weeks 

9. Application Information
Course registration fee: USD 200 (Food and boarding additional) 
Contact Tel:  +86 13925765731 
Contact Email:  contact at xbotpark.com 




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