Course Title: S0213 AIoT and AR/VR
Duration: 2020.7.9-2020.7.24 (2 weeks)
AIoT course lasts for 16 hours. It includes AI + Internet of Things content architecture, theory + experiment teaching method.
In the part of AI, the history and current situation of AI are introduced, as well as its future development trend, machine learning preparation knowledge, common algorithms, the development of neural networks and commonly used deep learning algorithms, and how to integrate with the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things section mainly introduces Huawei's basic knowledge of the Internet of Things and related products and Huawei's Internet of Things solutions. It systematically introduces Huawei's IoT connection management platform, Huawei's Internet of Things operating system and Internet of Things communication technology NB-IoT, which integrates Huawei's cloud-tube-end curriculum system.
Experiments mainly involve how to use Huawei Internet of Things platform Ocean Connect, communication technology NB-IoT, operating system Huawei LiteOS to develop Internet of Things case. Taking smart agriculture as the main case, the development process of the Internet of Things project is explained in depth.
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology, which can visually bring people the digital 3D interaction experience, is the frontier development direction in the field of information technology.
This course will learn the effective 3D interaction techniques to make VR applications and write necessary code in Unity 3D. It not only explores the features to make an application successful，but also cover the mathematics and computer graphics required for rendering onto a screen.
This course is an introductory course to engineering practice of virtual reality and augmented reality, which will lead students to get in touch with VR/AR knowledge and develop students' interest in VR/AR field. In this course, students will understand the basic principles, design methods and develop methods of VR/AR. They will learn to use VR/AR software and hardware tools, including different display and interaction devices, such as VR/AR glasses, handles, orientation trackers and so on, and the mainstream VR/AR 3D software development engines.
By the end of the classes, you will have a strong foundation to develops apps in all areas of VR.
AIoT: By the end of this 16 hours study experience, students will be able to understand the basic architecture of the Internet of Things, and be able to practice and implement a simple application system of the Internet of Things.
Both Single assignments and group assignments are very interesting
3 persons a group to accomplish a big assignment
One set of HMD for one group
Prof. Jiangping CHEN
Prof. Jiangping CHEN director of student Innovation center, and a Professor of Refrigeration and Cryogenics Institute. His research interests include automotive air conditioning technology, microchannel heat exchanger technology and electronic cooling technology. In related fields’ he has published nearly 300 academic papers and owned more than 30 authorized national invention patents. Besides, He has received a number of awards including National Science and Technology Progress Award second prize once, provincial level and ministerial level Science and Technology Progress Award first prize twice, second prize four times, Prof. Chen is an expert of United Nations Environment Program, an expert in the Refrigerant Substitution Group of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, a member of the National Professional Standardization Technical Committee, and the director of Shanghai Engineering Research Center of NEV Thermal Management System and Shanghai High Efficient Cooling System Research Center.
Prof. Yuzhuo FU
Prof. Yuzhuo Fu vice director of student Innovation center, and leading the Innovative Computer Architecture and Technology Lab (iCAT) at Dept. of Micro/Nano Electronics, SJTU. He received B.S. degree from Computer Engineering Department at Changsha Institute of Technology, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Computer Science and Engineering Department, Harbin Institute of Technology. Prior to joining SJTU in 2001, he worked as Senior Engineer for the electric engineering institute of Heilongjiang University and Computing Center of Heilongjiang Province. He is Present Deputy Professor of undergraduate student affair office of SJTU. His research interests include fault tolerate architecture, heterogeneous system architecture, and edge computing architecture. Especially focused on application-driven design/architecture innovations, which include novel architectures for artificial intelligence (AI) and acceleration with CPU/GPU/FPGA.
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