SSC 21.1: Autonomous Robots Traversing Extreme Environments

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Learn about the difficulties associated with robots traversing extreme terrain and how a robot can learn dynamics and control in the context of lunar surface missions

Course information

  • Instructor:
    Dr. Frankie Zhu
  • Level
  • Video time
    45 minutes 
This lecture is part of SSTL's Singapore Space Challenge 2021 webinar series
Meet the instructor

Dr. Frankie Zhu

Frankie is a tenure-track assistant research faculty at University of Hawaii at Manoa in the Space Systems field and an Associate Director of Hawai’i Space Grant Consortium.

She received her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 2014, Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering in 2017, and PhD in Aerospace Engineering in 2019 all at Cornell University.
Patrick Jones - Course author


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