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On February 3-6, ITMO hosted the Winter School on Robotics and Control Systems, which brought together over a hundred participants. The best students will have the chance to enroll in ITMO’s Master’s programs without taking entrance exams.
The robot is used to test new sensorless control algorithms, which provide safety for humans working alongside industrial robots.
The picture demonstrates the FESTO robot vision cell, consisting of a Mitsubishi robot, its auxiliaries, and a protective case, which is used by students as a training platform for working with industrial robots.
Illuminated face masks, housekeeping robots, transparent TVs, expandable smartphones, and flying cars – in this review, we will tell you about the most breathtaking devices showcased at CES 2021.
KUKA youBot is a small tabletop robot produced by the German company KUKA Roboter. It gave start to a project for the creation of a new sensorless algorithm that is now in development at the International Laboratory of Geometrical Methods in Control and Application.
ITMO University experts are creating technological assistants for chemical laboratories that will be able to take over all routine work with no human involvement needed. Right now, the first prototypes are already performing the simplest manipulations. In the future, robotic chemists will be able to run their own research for accumulating large amounts of data and performing primary analysis.
The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence program (previously called Robotics) is aimed at training specialists working at the intersection of two fields. Read this article to learn why robotics is so important for AI and vice versa, and what sociologists and programmers are to do in this program.
Eighteen teams participating in this year’s World Robot Olympiad (WRO) had to compete for five main prizes. The team from ITMO University represented Russia at the competition and finished fourth in the Open Category.
The winners’ projects include a prosthetic elbow joint, 3D-printed dental implants, a medical diagnostics system, as well as a program that finds errors in code. The results of the competition were announced on October 23.
ITMO university team Desyatochka (Russian for “ten”) became the winner of the Robotics Hackathon in Ufa and team ITMO-1 received a special award in the Interesting Solution category. Learn more about the participants’ preparation, winning strategies, and future plans in this ITMO.NEWS article.