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The Master in Bioengineering and Nanotechnology is a joint initiative between the Central University and the University Foundation of Health Sciences (FUCS) that develops solutions for the problems facing our society in the fields of health, environment and agriculture, starting from the convergence between the life sciences, the physical sciences and engineering.
This is a Masters degree designed to train students in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in order that they can develop a career in this field, or start a research activity leading to a doctoral thesis. Areas of knowledge that is inscribed: mainly in the areas of chemistry, physics, engineering, materials science, biochemistry, pharmacy and medicine. The theme of the Master is at the intersection of Nanoscience / Nanotechnology and molecular systems. Therefore affect scientific areas of current interest like Molecular Electronics, Molecular Magnetism, Supramolecular Chemistry, Surface Physics or Science of Molecular Materials.
The Master in Automatic Control, Automation and Robotics raises the necessary training in the areas of Automation, Home Automation and Robotics for industry professionals have the knowledge and tools necessary to design, implement and monitor projects in the sector with current advanced technologies.
The most spectacular technology is happening at the micro and nano level and you can become an expert in this state of the art technology. We offer you a master's degree program in Micro and Nano Systems Technology, which will open doors to exciting jobs in many different branches.
The aim of this programme is to train new professionals specialised in the field of Nanotechnology, Materials and Chemical Engineering (coming from undergraduate degrees in any of the branches of experimental sciences and technologies: Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Physics, Quantum Chemistry, Biological Chemistry, Microbiology,...) with a clear orientation towards research...
Nanoscale objects exhibit many novel and extraordinary properties that are not found in their macroscopic counterparts. The ability to control matter at the nanoscale will, therefore, benefit all branches of engineering in the next decades,
Robotics is a unique program that occupies the area where mechanical and electrical engineering and computer technology meet. The depth and breadth of the course (Master Program in Robotics) allow you considerable freedom of choice as to where you work.
The department of physics and technology of nanostructures is intended to prepare high-qualified specialists in this field. The modern notion of nanostructures embraces a wide range of materials and devices applicable in absolutely different spheres: from electronics and mechanics to biotechnologies.
Learn how to design, build and program robots, and rise in the ranks or kick start a career in one of the fastest growing tech fields today.
The scientific discipline of Machine Learning focuses on developing algorithms to find patterns or make predictions from empirical data. The discipline is increasingly used by many professions and industries (for example manufacturing, retail, medicine, finance, robotics, telecommunications), as it can help create order in large amounts of digital data to solve difficult problems such as understanding human behaviour and providing efficient resource allocation. Demand for graduates with substantive expertise in machine learning far exceeds supply. The programme here at KTH equips you for a career in industry (a start-up or a traditional well-established company) and will also prepare you for further studies at PhD-level.
The purpose of the master’s programme in Systems, Control and Robotics is to equip students with the skills necessary to analyse, design and control complex technical systems. Such systems are key components in infrastructure and industry, and host a wide array of functions in our daily lives. Therefore, the successful integration of cutting-edge training in engineering with a balanced, holistic systems perspective will remain a crucial area of specialisation for the future.
Nanotechnology is an exciting field within science and technology related to materials and device structures with characteristic dimensions in the nanometer regime. The labor market in this emerging area is growing significantly, and nanotechnology is penetrating a number of technology sectors.
The Nano Science and Technology (NSNT) Programme, defined on the basis of the three above elements, aims to educate students with the necessary interdisciplinary knowledge to contribute to the long-term nanoscale research and development, which will lead to potential breakthroughs in areas such as materials and manufacturing, nanoelectronics, medicine and healthcare, environment, energy, chemicals, and biotechnology.
A joint postgraduate programme in Nanoscience and Technology, initiated by the Schools of Science and Engineering, can offer long-term support to our ongoing research and training as well as to the development of technology and to commercialization efforts. The Master's programmes focus on strengthening students' background in mechanical engineering, increasing their mathematical proficiency, and exposing them to the environment of engineering research and development.
A joint postgraduate programme in Nanoscience and Technology, initiated by the Schools of Science and Engineering, can offer long-term support to our ongoing research and training as well as to the development of technology and to commercialization efforts. The MPhil programme is designed for those interested in pursuing a career in research and development in industry or academia and is an excellent preparation for a PhD degree.