Advanced Robotics (CORO IMARO)Add to Favourites
The main objective is of this specialism is to master the modelling and control of complex robots evolving in dynamic environments by using proprioceptive and exteroceptive perception.
The focus is on advanced robotics, but more generally the specialism deals with modern techniques in systems engineering for the modelling, simulation, optimisation, analysis, and control of a variety of robotics systems. It also takes into account the modelling and perception of the environment. The quality of this Master has been recognized by the European Union by supporting the European Master on Advanced Robotics (EMARO+) in the framework of the Erasmus Mundus programme.
The programme of study lasts two academic years - denoted by M1 and M2. Advanced Robotics is one of four specialisms available within the Control and Robotics stream. Some of the M1 courses are the taught across the four specialisms whereas the M2 courses are specialism-specific. The language of instruction is English across the two years. See course content for more details.
Students enrolled in the M1 year are eligible to apply for the EMARO+ Joint Master Programme and spend their M2 year either the University of Genoa, Italy or Warsaw University of Technology, Poland.
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