MSc in Automatic Control and Robotics

General

Program Description

Degree to be obtained

Master of Science, Double Degree Program

Duration

1.5 years

Language

English

ECTS points

90

Program description

Students will gain theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the design and operation of automation and robotic systems for various applications, with emphasis on signal processing. Carried out as a Double Degree Program with Blekinge Institute of Technology

Entry requirements For graduates of a BSc 7 semester undergraduate course (210 ECTS) or a BSc 6 semester undergraduate course plus the first semester of a MSc 4 semester course or for students after the 7th semester of a Swedish 10 semester Civil Engineering Program that have completed the following courses: Dynamics Signals and Systems, Control Engineering, Robotics, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, or their equivalents. Furthermore, students should have completed at least two of the following courses: Mechanics and Strength of Materials, Continuous Process Control, Discrete Process Control, Real-Time Systems, Decision Support, or their equivalents.

Career opportunities Graduates are qualified to work in in research institutes, R & D centers, in the chemical industry, machine building, metallurgy, materials processing, food, electrical and electronics industry, environmental protection area, as well as in small and medium-sized companies employing engineers in the field of automation and decision-making techniques.

Contact

Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering

Gdañsk University of Technology

Address: ul. G. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-233 Gdañsk, Poland

Last updated Sep 2017

About the School

Gda?sk University of Technology (Polish: Politechnika Gda?ska) is a technical university in Gda?sk-Wrzeszcz, and one of the oldest universities in Poland. It has nine faculties and with 41 fields of s ... Read More

Gda?sk University of Technology (Polish: Politechnika Gda?ska) is a technical university in Gda?sk-Wrzeszcz, and one of the oldest universities in Poland. It has nine faculties and with 41 fields of study and more than 26 thousand undergraduate, as well as about 400 doctoral students. It currently employs 2500 people, including 1200 academic teachers. The rector of the university is professor Henryk Krawczyk. Gda?sk University of Technology is also one of the most popular universities among young people. Read less