International Master's program in Robotics and Intelligent Systems (120 ECTS)
The International Master in robotics and intelligent systems at Örebro University is an exciting new 2 year study programme for students with a bachelor degree in a scientific and technological subject. It aims to give students a solid practical and theoretical knowledge in intelligent systems with a particular emphasis on robotics systems, an to prepare them for a career in modernized industry, service organizations or academia.
About the program
Intelligent systems are becoming an integral part of our everyday life as well as an important competitive factor in service-oriented organizations and in industrial production. Örebro University offers a 120 ECTS credits points, international Masters Program, which gives insight into the cutting edge research on the filed of robotics and intelligent systems.
The program profiles itself in the fusion between cognition, control and perception, as shown in the figure above. In particular we focus on the application of robotics in industrial contexts and how to program and implement a robotic or intelligent system. For this reason, first year courses focus on providing a broad theoretical basis in the related fields. The second year is focused on project work and implementation both in groups (see the integrated project work) and individually. Students interested in applying should have strong programming skills (e.g., object oriented languages) as well as a solid background in mathematics.
Excellent Track Record
This program is unique in that it is strongly coupled to one of Sweden's strongest research environments in robotics, the center for applied autonomous sensor systems (AASS). This research center offers students an opportunity to pursue project work in cutting edge research projects, often with high industrial relevance. Consequently, the demands on the student are high, and many of our graduates have gone on to further positions within academia and within leading companies in the field (ABB, Mathworks, etc.)
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