I mostly teach a mixture of undergrad and graduate level classes in Robotics at Brandeis.
I have left Brandeis.
A Short Treatise on Robots’ Kinematics and Kinetics.

Being a tutorial organized for my colleagues in the MSR NYC RL Group. June, 2022.

[Course Resources]
 Introduction and Kinematic Geometry
 Mechanics and Mechanisms, Pairs and Linkages, Serial, Parallel and Hyperredundant Robots
 Mobility of Kinematic Structures
 Freedoms, Constraints, The General (Relative) Mobility Criterion.
 Rigid Body Motions in R^3
 Motions in R^3, Euler and Fick Angle Parameterizations; Axis/Angle Parameterizations, Composition of Rotations.
 Rigid Body Motions with Screw Theory
 Screws: Displacement, Twists, Wrench. Group Theory Brief Intro. Connections of Screws with Rotations. The Exponential Map.
 Introduction and Kinematic Geometry
RBOT250: The Mathematical Foundations of Robotics, Spring 2021.
RBOT101: Robot Manipulation, Planning and Control, Spring 2020.
EECS 4342: Introduction to Robotics, Fall 2016.
This was a course I helped teach back in grad school to a mixture of Seniors and firstyear ECE Masters students.The website I made in 2016 is highlighted below.
In the words of my students:
“Thank you again Lekan. [Taking RBOT 250 with you] was quite a journey. But I feel more confident now with ROS because I figured all of the ROS system. I’ll be looking forward to see you run the class again.”
“Dr. Molu is very caring about his students. I love how he makes time for me to run over course notes, point out helpful reading materials, and work through problems together with me. I enjoy the examples and exercises he tasks us with.”
“I want to thank Lekan for teaching this course, I definitely learned a lot. I am interested in auditing it when Lekan runs it again.”