Education is an important part of CITRIS, and the People and Robots Initiative is proud to present online course material created and curated by our affiliated faculty, and to have partnerships with several outreach organizations. To learn more about people and robots and to get involved in related outreach organizations, see below.
- Online Material and Upcoming Courses from CPAR Faculty
- Pioneers in Engineering (PIE)
- Girls in Engineering (GIE)
- African Robotics Network (AFRON)
Current and Upcoming Courses from CPAR Faculty
- New Course from Prof. Bob Full for Spring 2016: Bioinspired Design (Integrative Biology 32).
Online Course Material
- Prof. Jitedra Malik: Computer Vision (graduate course)
- Sergey Levine: Deep Learning for Decision Making and Control (lecture)
- Prof. Pieter Abbeel: Deep Reinforcement Learning: (graduate course)
Robotics @ Berkeley
UC Berkeley student group that lowers barriers to participating in robotics by offering workshops, publicizing opportunities on campus, and supporting recreational projects and collegiate competition teams.
For more information, see: http://rab.berkeley.edu/
Pioneers in Engineering
Pioneers in Engineering (PiE) is a non-profit STEM outreach organization started at UC Berkeley that serves more than 350 high school students in the Bay Area. Their core mission is to make STEM education more accessible to all K-12 students through engaging, hands-on programs.
Pioneers in Engineering is currently being expanded to UC Merced.
More info at https://pioneers.berkeley.edu/
Girls in Engineering
The Berkeley Girls in Engineering program is a week-long, non-residential summer camp for girls currently in 5th, 6th, and 7th grades to explore different aspects of what it means to be an engineer in a fun, hands-on environment.
More info at http://gie.berkeley.edu
African Robotics Network (AFRON)
AFRON is a community of institutions, organizations and individuals engaged in robotics in Africa. AFRON seeks to promote communication and collaborations that will enhance robotics-related education, research, and industry on the continent.
More info at http://robotics-africa.org