Coursebooks

Evolutionary robotics

MICRO-515

Lecturer(s) :

Language:

English

Remarque

pas donné en 2019-20

Summary

NOT OFFERED IN 2019-2020 The course describes theories, methods, and technologies for designing software and hardware systems that are inspired upon natural evolution. It also shows how artificial systems can help to understand biological systems.

Content

Learning Prerequisites

Important concepts to start the course

Programming skills (Phython, Java, C++)

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, the student must be able to:

Teaching methods

Students will put the theory in practice by evolving the morphology and neural control of mobile robots in physics-based simulations and will also be able to 3D print and assemble the best evolved robots.

Assessment methods

Mini-project report/presentation + written exam

Resources

Bibliography

Floreano, D. & Mattiussi, C. (2008) Bioinspired Artificial Intelligence. MIT Press (selected chapters)

Ressources en bibliothèque

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