RSS Robot (Spring 2009) with MIT Talos (Photo: RSS alumna and later LA Kim Jackson)
and Systems I
Syllabus & Lecture Handouts
Challenge and Debate Info
Lab Staffing Schedule
Staff only pages (short list)
6.141J/16.405J - RSS General Course Info
MIT Catalog Listing
Lecture: MWF 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm, in 32-155
Lab: MW 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, in 38-630 (entered via 38-600)
Lab & Office Hours
Lab: Open M-R 9am-1145pm; F 9am-5pm; Sun 1pm-1145pm
Alec's lab hours: Sunday evening, Tuesday evening & by request
Alex's lab hours: Sunday afternoon, Thursday afternoon & by request
Videos of the RSS Spring 2012 Challenge (mp4 format)
Robot Stacking a 5-block Tower - YouTube: Spring 2012
Video of the RSS Spring 2008 Challenge (mp4 format)
Highlights video from MASLab 2003 (wmv format)
Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents)
by Roland Siegwart, Illah R. Nourbakhsh
ISBN-10: 026219502X and ISBN-13: 978-0262195027
The CDE is
due Monday at 11:59PM
(i.e., before midnight) -- not by class time Monday as erroneously stated in the handout.
Note: Enrollment is limited. You
must attend the first lecture and fill out an RSS questionnaire
to get a spot in the class!
We are grateful to the
Dean of Engineering
School of Engineering
for their award of
Educational Innovation funds
in support of RSS.
We are grateful to
for their donation of 10 Sun 1100Z Workstations and flat-panel displays for use in RSS!
We are grateful to the d'Arbeloff Foundation for its award of financial resources to support the development, assessment, and export to other schools of RSS.
We are grateful to Intel Corporation for their donation of powerful Latitude D620 notebook computers and for their financial support for other equipment used in RSS.
RSS-Webmaster: Bryt Bradley