But teaching ROS to students can be a daunting process.
Even if there are many good tutorials around, the novelty of the concepts makes it hard for students.
AIMS & SCOPE
The aim of this webinar is to show you
how to change your classes from passive listening to active practising.
Move away from a slides based teaching method to a notebook based one, where direct interaction with robots is embedded in the method itself.
Who Should Attend
Teachers who may need to prepare a syllabus for a summer/winter ROS course, for a future semester, or for a robotics programming course.
We are not going to teach ROS but how to teach ROS for fast learning
Workshop Topics Include
HOW TO IMPLEMENT THE THEORY FOR A ROS COURSE
The Notebook-Simulation Approach:
1. Creating the Notebooks
2. Embedding ROS Code in the Notebook
3. Embedding Real-time Graphics in the Notebook
4. Embedding Controls in the Notebook
5. Creating the Gazebo simulations
6. Connecting simulations to notebooks
7. Including projects
8. Including exams
9. Teaching Schedule
Requirements For Attendance
A laptop (any operating system)
Basic knowledge of ROS
A hands-on attitude
RICARDO TÉLLEZ, Ph.D.
• CEO of The Construct
• ROS Expert
• PhD Artificial Intelligence Engineer
• ROS Professor at University of La Salle, Barcelona
• 10 + years experience in finding new ways within the world of service robotics
My goal: make robots understand what they are doing!