TEACHING

 

MIE 597/697: HUMAN-ROBOT SYSTEMS (SPRING 2020)

This course includes instruction on the fundamental concepts for developing wearable robotic systems intended to augment and enhance human capabilities and seminar-style discussions on state-of-the-art research in this field. It will provide an overview of human neuromotor control, sensors and methods used to quantify human motor behavior, and how these signals are then used to inform the design and control of human-centered robotic systems. This course is open to graduate students and undergraduate students who have taken MIE 344. Graduates students enrolled in the 600 level course will be required to complete a term project.

 

MIE 310: DYNAMICS (FALL 2020)

This course is for undergraduate students. Topics covered include: Kinetics and Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies. Newton’s laws, work-energy and impulse-momentum principles, laws of linear and angular momentum, conservation of momentum, planar motion of rigid bodies, and introduction to vibration of single-degree-of-freedom systems.