Modern electronic design more and more leads to the construction of embedded devices, which are complete microprocessor and computer systems integrated with the host devices. Such embedded systems can be found in: automobiles, avionic and naval systems, telecommunication systems, medical life-support systems, automated cash and banking systems, but also in household appliances and consumer electronics devices. And especially, the construction of all advanced robotic systems involves embedded electronics.
The graduates of Embedded Robotics are prepared for creative engineering activities in the field of industrial and service robotics, embedded electronics, and also for research and scientific work including third level studies (Ph.D.). The specialized knowledge of the graduates includes control engineering methods, embedded design and analysis, robot motion and task planning methods, robot controllers, drive systems, human-robot interfaces. The instructors of this program have a significant research and publications record in robot control theory, as well as an extensive experience building prototype mobile, intelligent, and social robots.
The Embedded Robotics program aims at delivering the knowledge and developing the skills necessary for a successful career in Robotics and/or Embedded Systems, in industry, research and development, expert consulting, and alike activities. The graduates gain an understanding of the principles, methods, and processes of embedded electronics engineering and robotics, allowing them to creatively use this knowledge at work. Typical activities include solving problems in the field of analysis, design, development, integrating, deployment, debugging, and maintenance of embedded and robotic systems.
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