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  • Undergraduate Courses | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    Events Calendar of Events Industry Start ups Corporate Activities Search this site Home Undergraduate Courses Undergraduate Courses CIS 121 PROG LANG AND TECH II CIS 160 MATH FOUND COMP SCI CIS 261 DISCRETE PROB STAT INF CIS 390 MEAM 420 ROBOTICS CIS 398 QUANTUM COMP INF SCI ESE 215 ELEC CIRCUITS SYS I ESE 250 DIG AUDIO BASICS ESE 301 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY ESE 313 ROBO BIOINSPIRED SYS ESE 412 CHAOT

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  • Graduate Courses | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    COMPUTER GRAPHICS CIS 562 COMPUTER ANIMATION CIS 564 GAME DESIGN DEVELOPMENT CIS 580 MACHINE PERCEPTION CIS 581 COMPUTER VISION COMPUTATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY CIS 610 ADVANCED GEOMETRIC METHODS CIS 665 GPU PROGRAMMING ARCHITECTURE CIS 700 CIS TOPICS EAS 545 ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP I EAS 546 ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP II ENM 510 FOUNDATIONS OF ENGINEERING MATH I ENM 511 FOUNDATIONS OF ENGINEERING MATH II ESE 500 LINEAR SYSTEMS THEORY ESE 504 INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION THEORY

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  • Master's In Robotics | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    and Analysis MEAM 510 Design of Mechatronic Systems MEAM 520 Introduction to Robotics MEAM 620 Advanced Robotics Control ESE 500 Linear Systems ESE 505 MEAM 513 Control Systems Design Perception CIS 580 Machine Perception CIS 581 Computer Vision Computational Photography Technical Elective Courses at least 5 BE 521 Brain Computer Interfaces CIS 502 Analysis of Algorithms CIS 510 Curves Surfaces Theory Applications CIS 530 Computational Linguistics CIS 511 Theory of Computation CIS 540 Principles of Embedded Computation CIS 541 Embedded Software for Life Critical Applications CIS 560 Computer Graphics CIS 562 Computer Animation CIS 563 Physically Based Animation CIS 564 Game Design Development CIS 565 GPU Programming Architecture CIS 581 Computer Vision Computational Photography CIS 610 Advanced Geometric Methods CIS 620 Advanced Topics in AI CIS 680 Vision and Learning ENM 503 Introduction to Probability Statistics ENM 510 Foundations of Engineering Math I ENM 511 Foundations of Engineering Math II ESE 504 Introduction to Optimization ESE 519 Real Time Embedded Systems ESE 530 Elements of Probability Theory Random Processes ESE 601 Hybrid Systems ESE 605 Convex Optimization ESE 617 Nonlinear Systems ESE 680 Dynamic Programming Special Topics in ESE IPD 501 Integrated Computer Aided Design Manufacturing Analysis IPD 511 Creative Thinking Functional Iteration in Design IPD 515 Product Design formerly MEAM 515 MEAM 510 Design of Mechatronic Systems MEAM 535 Advanced Dynamics MEAM 545 Aerodynamics MEAM 610 Advanced Mechatronics MEAM 620 Robotics MEAM 625 Haptic Interfaces PSYC 719 Experimental Methods in Perception ESE CIS MEAM 599 Masters Independent Study Note Only one Independent Study may be taken for the degree ESE CIS MEAM 597 Masters Thesis Research Click here for masters thesis requirements General Elective Courses at most 2 Graduate level courses in Mathematics Computer Science Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Students can also use any of the foundational or

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  • Ph.D. Curriculum | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    D Curriculum K 12 News Awards Media Seminars Events Calendar of Events Industry Start ups Corporate Activities Search this site Home Ph D Curriculum Ph D Curriculum Students conducting doctoral research at the GRASP Laboratory obtain their PhD degree at any of the associated departments Depending on their main interest PhD applicants should apply at the CIS ESE or MEAM department and indicate robotics or related areas in their research

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  • News | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    those being developed in the GRASP Lab could benefit society Video Penn Drives Transportation Research Forward Led by Engineering s Dan Lee Penn Research Team Awarded 2 75 Million as Part of New Swarm Computing Center Penn News GRASP Alum Nader Motee won a 2013 AFOSR Young Investigator Award November 2012 Chauvenet Prize for Penn Mathematics Second Year in a Row Rob Ghrist GRASP Faculty Member GRASP Robots in IEEE Spectrum s ROBOTS for iPad app Davide Scaramuzza at TEDx Zurich Video GRASP founder Dr Ruzena Bajcsy is receiving an Honorary Doctorate from KTH Dr Vijay Kumar in PhillyMag com The Smartest People in Philadelphia Technology Dr Mark Yim on ASME org Video Current Trends and Challenges in Modular Robotics October 2012 Dr Katherine Kuchenbecker in A free TED for teenagers Announcing the incredible lineup for TEDYouth in New York City from blog ted com Engineering lab develops bug like robots Y Prize Competition New GRASP Faculty Member Dr Ufuk Topcu Research Assistant Professor in ESE July 2012 Dr Ruzena Bajcsy founder of the GRASP Lab awarded the prestigious 2013 IEEE Robotics and Automation Award June 2012 Team Darwin wins World Championship at RoboCup 2012 plus Highlights Flying Robots Customized

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  • Awards | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    2012 Chauvenet Prize for Penn Mathematics Second Year in a Row Rob Ghrist GRASP Faculty Member GRASP founder Dr Ruzena Bajcsy is receiving an Honorary Doctorate from KTH July 2012 Dr Ruzena Bajcsy founder of the GRASP Lab awarded the prestigious 2013 IEEE Robotics and Automation Award June 2012 Team Darwin wins World Championship at RoboCup 2012 plus Highlights March 2012 Ben Taskar receives tenure and is promoted to Associate Professor Dr Ani Hsieh GRASP alumna and Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics at Drexel University receivies a 2012 ONR Young Investigator Award December 2011 UPenn Selected for 2012 RASC AL Robo Ops September 2011 Rep Fattah Honors Award Winning Penn Woman Scientist GRASP Post Doctoral Researcher Karlin Bark As A Superstar in Robotics and STEM Education Success GRASP alumnus Prof Ioannis Kakadiaris named Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen University Professor July 2011 Team DARwIn takes First Place at RoboCup 2011 Subhrajit Maxim and Vijay win Best Paper at RSS 2011 June 2011 Ben Taskar wins NSF CAREER Award May 2011 Numerous Awards from the IRCA 2011 Conference Karlin Bark GRASP Postdoc offered a L Oréal USA Fellowship for Women in Science GRASP Lab s Innovation Award in

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  • Media | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    developed in the GRASP Lab could benefit society Video Penn Drives Transportation Research Forward Led by Engineering s Dan Lee Penn Research Team Awarded 2 75 Million as Part of New Swarm Computing Center Penn News GRASP Alum Nader Motee won a 2013 AFOSR Young Investigator Award November 2012 Chauvenet Prize for Penn Mathematics Second Year in a Row Rob Ghrist GRASP Faculty Member GRASP Robots in IEEE Spectrum s ROBOTS for iPad app Davide Scaramuzza at TEDx Zurich Video GRASP founder Dr Ruzena Bajcsy is receiving an Honorary Doctorate from KTH Dr Vijay Kumar in PhillyMag com The Smartest People in Philadelphia Technology Dr Mark Yim on ASME org Video Current Trends and Challenges in Modular Robotics October 2012 Dr Katherine Kuchenbecker in A free TED for teenagers Announcing the incredible lineup for TEDYouth in New York City from blog ted com Engineering lab develops bug like robots Y Prize Competition June 2012 Flying Robots Customized and Cooperative May 2012 Graspy in the PBS special called America Revealed April 2012 Video Touch Photography Capturing The Feel Of Surfaces on Science 360 GRASP The Startup Incubator For Soccer Playing Synchronized Flying Robot on FastCompany Penn Joins MIT led Project on

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  • Seminars & Events | GRASP Laboratory - University Of Pennsylvania
    current projects the talk reports some recent results achieved within the framework of the European project DEXMART An important issue in contro more Talk Spring 2013 GRASP Seminar Volkan Isler University of Minnesota TBA Date Friday March 22 2013 11am to 12pm Presenters Volkan Isler more Talk Spring 2013 GRASP Seminar Rene Vidal Johns Hopkins University TBA Date Friday March 15 2013 11am to 12pm Presenters Rene Vidal more Talk 2013 Heilmeier Lecturer for Excellence in Faculty Research Dr Vijay Kumar Aerial Robot Swarms Date Friday February 22 2013 11am to 12pm Presenters Vijay Kumar Autonomous micro aerial robots can operate in three dimensional environments and offer many opportunities for environmental monitoring search and rescue and first response In this lecture Dr Kumar will describe his recent work with small more Talk Spring 2013 GRASP Seminar Calin Belta Boston University TBA Date Friday February 15 2013 11am to 12pm Presenters Calin Belta more Talk Joint MEAM GRASP Seminar Frank Hammond Harvard University Designing Advanced Robotic Manipulators and Medical Devices Using Numerical Modeling and Optimization Date Thursday February 14 2013 1pm to 2pm Presenters Frank Hammond Alternate Location Levine 307 3330 Walnut Street The design of effective economical robotic manipulators and medical devices requires careful selection of system components proper design and integration of actuation topologies sensors and morphologica more Talk Spring 2013 GRASP Seminar Raquel Urtasun Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago Efficient Algorithms for Semantic Scene Parsing Date Friday February 1 2013 11am to 12pm Presenters Raquel Urtasun Developing autonomous systems that are able to assist humans in everyday s tasks is one of the grand challenges in modern computer science Notable examples are personal robotics for the elderly and people with disabilities as well as autonomous more View past seminars by year Events UTC Consortium Meeting hosted by Carnegie

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