We are in the early stages of creating Resourcium - an educational resource compendium. This version of the website includes mostly control theory resources (and not very many at the moment!) but we will soon be expanding to other domains. We invite you to explore what we have so far and to participate in testing and feature requests. Feel free to poke around and tell us what you think.
What is Resourcium?
Do you want to learn control theory? Robotics? Machine learning? Well, you're in luck! The internet is filled with fantastic explanations, examples, projects, and tools that can help you gain the knowledge you're looking for. You can watch a YouTube video, follow it up with a popular blog entry, learn the specifics with a published paper, and then practice what you've learned with hardware. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be that one perfect online source that combines all of these different mediums for learning and so it's up to you to navigate all of the material on your own.
We are here to help you with that navigation. Resourcium provides a way to search for the best existing materials across the internet. In later releases, we'll add features that will allow you to easily mix, match and organize them into tailored learning journeys that work best for you or simply follow along with a journey that someone else has created. When you find one that is particularly special, you can share it so that others can follow in your footsteps. Initially, we are focusing on control theory, robotics, and systems engineering resources but the hope is that this format can be expanded to other STEM fields and beyond. Thanks for joining us on this journey!
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Founder of Resourcium.org and Engineering Media
Brian is a control systems engineer based in Seattle, WA and specializes in making complex ideas intuitive and easy to understand.