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I would like to know learning path to expert in Robotics. Following shows what I learned already. Theories do not need to mention for this question.

Software and Coding:

  • ROS2
  • Solidworks
  • Blender
  • ROS2_Control
  • Nav2
  • MoveIt
  • MicroROS
  • AI (Reinforcement Learning)
  • MATLAB

Simulation Softwares

  • Gazebo Sim
  • Webots
  • PyBullet

Real Hardware

  • Arduino
  • Raspberry Pi
  • NVIDIA Devices

What else do I need to learn to do more complex application in real world implementation and simulation considering Software, Coding, Simulation and real hardware?

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    $\begingroup$ "learning path to exportin Robotics" and "Theories not need for now" in the same paragraph doesnt really make sense. $\endgroup$
    – Albert H M
    Commented Jun 11 at 23:55
  • $\begingroup$ Ops. Sorry for that. I corrected it. $\endgroup$
    – user43153
    Commented Jun 12 at 5:13

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You are most likely overestimating your skills by a large margin, especially when looking at your other question from yesterday

It's a good idea to try minimal example projects:

An affordable real-world example is turtle-bot2

a more complex simulation example is universal robotic's Arm

Once the basic projects are running you can change them and solve new problems that come with the change: new sensors, new algorithms, new applications etc.

There is a lot more problems NOT solved than solved in robotics, which is exciting :)!

There exists an abundance of nice universities with a robotics program like ETH Robotics, who will benefit greatly from a motivated PhD-Student, too!

Regarding theory: there comes a point in any practical application where theory becomes very relevant again. Do not fully abandon it!

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  • $\begingroup$ I am happy to learn more complex things. So while doing some projects or research with these, I would like to learn more softwares and real world implementation up to production level. I am plan to apply as a PhD student so need to learn. $\endgroup$
    – user43153
    Commented Jun 12 at 5:19
  • $\begingroup$ I understand and respect that. Hence my best advice: get started on your own projects and get away from what I assume you did before: tutorials.While tutorials are meant to work, your own projects will provide you the opportunity to solve problems by yourself, without pre-defined solutions. $\endgroup$
    – Scoeerg
    Commented Jun 12 at 5:48
  • $\begingroup$ Thank you for the information. You mean these are all I need to learn and practice will shape it. $\endgroup$
    – user43153
    Commented Jun 12 at 6:39
  • $\begingroup$ Yes. But it's not practicing what you already know: you will push the boundaries of what you know quickly, once you try to solve new problems. And by solving them, you will learn new skills. $\endgroup$
    – Scoeerg
    Commented Jun 12 at 7:00

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