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The University of Jordan
Faculty of Engineering & Technology
Mechatronic Engineering Department
Course Syllabus, 2
Semester 2011/2012
Course Name & Number: Robotic Systems (908563)
Class schedule: Su, Tu, Th, 9:00-10:00
Lecture Room: EE Drawing Room
Course website:
Course Designation: Elective, 3 Credit hours

Instructor: Dr. Osama Al-Habahbeh, Mechatronic Engineering Department
Office: Mechatronic Engineering Department, 3
Floor, Tel: 06-5355000, ext.: 23025
Office Hours: Su, Tu: 12:00-01:00, MW: 10:00-11:00, or by appointment.

Prerequisites: Mechanics of Machinery (0904331), Control Systems (0908441)

Attendance Policy
Attendance of all lectures is mandatory. If the students absence exceeds 15% of the lectures,
they will be dropped from the course. The students are responsible for all material,
announcements, schedule changes, etc., discussed in the class.
If the student arrives late after the start of the lecture, they will NOT be allowed to enter
the class room!

Course Outline

Subject Lectures
1- Introduction 1
2- Overview of robot types and their applications

3- Robotic terminologies 3
4- Kinematic configuration 3
5- Forward kinematic analysis 4
6- Inverse kinematic analysis 4
7- Dynamic analysis 4
8- Lagrange formulation 3
9- Newton-Euler Method 3
10- Path planning 5
11- Motion programming 4
12- Robot arm joint control 3
13- Overview of Robot Programming 2
14- Introduction to vision systems. 1
Total 41

Course Objectives
This course aims at developing the students knowledge and analytical skills in the following
1- Robot structures and their workspace.
2. Spatial transformations associated with rigid body motion.
3. Kinematics analysis of robot systems.
4. Singularity issues associated with the operation of robotic systems.
5. Trajectory planning and robot control.

Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control, By John J. Craig, Silma Inc., Addison Wesley
Longman. Latest Edition.

Evaluation Method
- Assignments: 20%, distributed as: 1
Progress report: 5%, 2
Progress report: 5%,
Final report with DVD: 5%, Presentation 5%
- Midterm Exam: 30%
- Final Exam: 50%

Note: Use of cell phones in class is prohibited!