What do you prefer – to lean back and watch science fiction movies with the rest of the world, or to make the ‘science facts’ of the future? Robots with artificial intelligence that recognise people and adapt to their individual needs. Robot technology that saves lives at the hospitals, makes all the technology in your home communicate with each other, or makes your car drive itself ... and safer.
As a master student, you can choose to concentrate on one of the research areas: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Embedded Systems or Computer Vision.
This is a two-year master programme. To study a master degree in Robot Systems you must have a relevant bachelor degree (three years of the previous study at university level).
At the master programme, you choose an academic profile; the area in which you want to specialise.
Each year more than 1500 international students from all over the world choose to study at the University of Southern Denmark, so you will become part of a lively international student environment.
We believe that engineers of today must have a global perspective and experience and we encourage international as well as Danish students to spend one or two semesters abroad on an internship or as exchange students.
Faculty of Engineering has adopted a student-centred approach to learning, and teaching is based on problem-based project work. Students participate significantly in class and carry out project work in small teams.
1. A bachelor's degree in Robotics or a similar field of study provided you have the following academic qualifications:
- Basic knowledge of
- software engineering
- object-oriented programming
- analogue and digital electronics
- VHDL and FPGA
- microprocessors, hardware and software
- Basic knowledge of robotics relevant mathematics:
- numerical methods
- differential and integral calculus
- linear algebra
- probability and statistics
- symbolic manipulation on a computer (Mathematica)
Students who do not have qualifications in some of the above areas can be offered extra teaching such as lectures, instructor lessons and/or papers to an extent that, with an extra effort, they can complete the common core courses of the first semester at the same level as the other students.
Additional requirements may apply for the different profiles of the master's programme.
2. English language skills.