Mechatronics: Education, Research & Development

Prepared by: Dr. rer. nat. Ashraf Aboshosha

EAEA, NCRRT, Engineering Dept. www.icgst.com aboshosha@icgst.com Tel.: 0020-12-1804952 Fax.: 0020-2-4115475
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Msc..Education  Bsc. and PhD regulations (Catalog)  Preparation of curricula guidelines (Printed and Online materials)  Academic advertising for mechatronics  Preparing list of lab equipments  Educational/public training courses (courses and partners)  Comparative survey on local/international mechatronics institutes  Contact with mechatronics pioneers to share ideas and strategies  Inviting our strategic partners to explore the future 3 .

fund. visiting Prof. priorities) Contacting mechatronics leading firms to join our strategic partnership Academic promotion for our research products Scheduling our academic activities (conferences.) Preparing our academic exchange program Preparing our academic press (small scall) Contacting our strategic partners to plan the future work 4 .Research        Preparing our short/long term research plan (topics. etc. training.

Development     A survey on the local and international job market of mechatronics A survey on the increasing demand in automation and exploring the available chances of this field Preparing a study on mechatronics standards in industry and automation Linking education. research and development 5 .

reliable and versatile systems.What is the Mechatronics? Mechatronics basically refers to mechanical electrical systems and is centred on mechanics. electronics. The term "mechatronics" was first assigned by Mr. make possible the generation of simpler. computing and control which. in 1969. 6 . more economical. a senior engineer of the Japanese company Yaskawa. Tetsuro Mori. combined.

What is the Mechatronics? © Uni North Carolina 7 .

control. chemistry.) Instrumentation and measurements Signal & image processing CAD/CAM. Fundamental of mechanical system design and analysis Electronic devices. etc. Engineering software. Labview. II and III) Robotics (sensors. eng. drawing. mechanical systems. vision. AI. computer architecture and computer interface Applied control theory (I. Linux etc.Mechatronics Curricula               Introduction to engineering (eng. actuators and software Fine mechanical parts. math. physics. MEMS and nanotechnology Integrated mechanical/electrical systems Language (English) 8 . Java. Matlab.). etc. actuators. circuits and systems Digital systems. NC and CNC Embedded systems. VEE. sensors. C.

and fluid dynamics Embedded systems lab CAD/CAM lab Digital electronics lab Robotics Robocup team lab Electronics lab Advanced electricity lab Lab of mechanical systems Lab for fundamental chemistry Lab for basics of physics Eng. drawing hall Electrical/mechanical workshops Language lab 9 .Mechatronics Labs (6G*N) Computer software lab Aero-. thermo.

 Embedded Systems A combination of hardware and software which together form a component of a Mechatronics systems. An embedded system is designed to run on its own without human intervention. 10 . and may be required to respond to events in real time.

Embedded Systems in Automotive Applications Entertainment Generation II ABS Heads-up monitoring Night vision Back-up collision sensor Navigation Tire pressure sensing Holonomic non-holonomic motion Adaptive control Satellite services radio/GPS Tele-operation Software control Rain-sensing Auto parking Simulators Testing 11 .

12 .Hardware. Software refers to the programs written for the computer. Software. Firmware is the term given to programs stored in ROMs or in Programmable devices which permanently keep their stored information. and Firmware Hardware is the name given to the physical devices and circuitry of the computer.

Kalman filter. weaknesses and methods (Bayes network. Markov. expectation maximizing.) Path Planning: objectives and methos (Voronoi. artificial skin. robot simulators etc. Bug. integrated. holonomic & non-holonomic. Robot kinematics and inverse kinematics Sensors Integration: advantages. artificial ear etc. mobile robots. manipulators. Distributed sensors: IR. Asimov¶s laws. educational robots. areal robots. road map). animators. visibility. vision. pneumatic and electric drives (DC. Ac. 3D modelling). fuzzy logic. servo.Robotics Curricula Introduction to Robotics: History. sonar. potential field. medical robots. outdoor. topological graphs. legged robots. Robot actuators: Hydraulic. Different types of robot platforms (humanoid. laser. space robots. 13 . under water robots. miniature. indoor. reactive. maximum likelihood). and stepper motors) Self localization: Introduction and techniques (SLAM. Car-like. Environment modeling: the general meaning and the applied techniques (occupancy grid. locomotion. E-nose. Bayes network. particle filter).

Robot Platforms (1) Indoor Robots DLR Gripper NASA Mars Rover Asimo Humanoid Outdoor Robots Robot Base Station KUKA Manipulator 14 .

Robot Platforms (2) Aibo 4 legged Robot Qurio Humanoid Robocup Team 15 .

Robot Platforms (3) Robot educational kits Robot sensors 16 .

Stepper. AC and DC Motors 17 .

PLC and Microcontrollers 18 .

PC-based Measurement and Control Pc Board CAN BUS Serial/paralell GPIB 19 .

Engineering Software Matlab Labview HP-VEE IDL Linux Qt 20 .

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