Robotic technology and cyber-physical systems are widely applied in different ways, such as industrial machines, automobiles, (micro)-electric industries, as well as aerospace and air transport industries. The design of robotic systems deals with various preception principles that enable the systems to recognize and analyze their environment, adapt to it and take appropriate actions to accomplish the given tasks. The M.Sc. Robotic Systems Engineering (M.Sc. RoboSys) is tailored for robotic specialists and provides an outstanding education at the interface of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer sciences.
Information connectivity (cyber-physical systems) for the entire value chain in real time is one of the new fundamental philosophies of smart factories. Creating intelligent robotic systems requires specialized skills from a broad range of scientific fields. The development of robotic systems technology poses fundamental questions about design, physical modeling, and control of complex and highly interactive systems.
The Robotic Systems Engineering Master's degree program features two main themes:
1) The optimal application of robots
2) The development and construction of new robotic systems.
Bridging gaps between engineering disciplines, this Master’s degree program offers students a unique learning environment and a multidisciplinary education that will enable them to develop innovative and intelligent robotic solutions and systems with the aim of meeting today's most pressing global challenges: industrial productivity, energy efficiency, environmental responsibility, health care issues, and mobility services.
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