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MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/ Drones and Autonomous Systems) 

SDU University of Southern Denmark

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Steckbrief
Abschluss:
Master
Sachgebiet(e):
Automatisierungstechnik, Produktionstechnik
Regelstudienzeit:
2 years
Hauptunterrichtssprache:
Englisch
Studienform(en):
Vollzeitstudium
Standort(e):
Odense
Weitere basisinformationen
Zulassung & Bewerbung
Zulassungssemester:
Sep 01
Zulassungsmodus:
March 1
Themenschwerpunkte
Schwerpunkte:
Experts in Team Innovation, Tools of Artificial intelligence, Mechanical engineering for robotics, Advanced Computer Vision, Advanced Robot Control, Project in Advanced Robotics, Multivariate statistics, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Scientific Method, Robotics and Computer Vision
Fristen & Termine
Vorlesungszeit:

September-January and February-July

Bewerbungsfrist:

September intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: March 1st or March 15 and February intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: October 15th

Einschreibfrist (Beginner):

Starts up 1 february - read more

Einschreibfrist (Rückmelder):

no later than March 1st - read more

Sonstiges
Studienbeitrag:
No tuition fees for citizens from the EU/EEA countries.
Ansprechpartner
Signe Lund
Tel: +45 65 50 86 26
Kontakt Hochschule
Campusvej 55
DK-5230 Odense M
T.: +45 65 50 10 00
Weitere Informationen / Services:
www.sdu.dk
Der Studiengang im Fokus

Introduction to MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)

With a master degree you will get engineering competencies and general knowledge in areas such as computer science, electronics, unmanned aerial systems technology and robotics combined with an ability to comprehend advanced and highly technological contexts.

At the master programme, you can choose one of two specializations: Advanced Robotics Technology and Drones and Autonomous Systems.

If you specialize in Advanced Robotics your thesis can e.g. be in the following subjects:

  • Mathematical modelling and computer-based model analysis
  • Sensor technology
  • Computer systems and data transmission
  • Computer vision
  • Modern artificial intelligence

If you specialize in Drones and Autonomous Systems your thesis can e.g. be in the following subjects:

  • Drone software engineering
  • Aircraft navigation and path planning
  • Autonomous behaviour of flying, crawling, or swimming robots
  • Unmanned aircraft safety
  • Bio-inspired flying robots i.e. flapping-wing drones
Life as a student at the faculty of Engineering

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 be able to master a global perspective 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.

Der Studiengang im Video
Meet the student Milan
Mögliche Berufsfelder

Career opportunities

Your career opportunities depend on your choice of specialization.

With a specialization in Advanced Robotics Technology, you are qualified for jobs like:

  • Robot systems
  • Embedded systems
  • Programming and software engineering
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Industrial automation.

With a specialization in Drone Technology, you primarily work in the private sector. E.g. with:

  • Research and development
  • Implementation of research methodologies and research results
  • Entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Counselling and project management
Fragen zum Studiengang
Welchen Abschluss erhalte ich, wenn ich MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)  studiere?
Beim Studiengang MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)  an der SDU University of Southern Denmark handelt es sich um einen Studiengang mit dem Abschluss Master
Welche Sachgebiete beinhaltet der Studiengang?
Die Sachgebiete des Studiengangs sind Automatisierungstechnik und Produktionstechnik.
Wie lange dauert das Studium?
Die Regelstudienzeit beträgt Sonstige. Ein Semester sind 6 Monate. Somit dauert das Studium in der Regel 0 Monate.
In welcher Sprache finden die Lehrveranstaltungen statt?
Die Vorlesungen, Seminare oder Kurse finden hauptsächlich in Englisch statt.
In welcher Form wird das Studium MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)  angeboten?
Das Studium wird als Vollzeitstudium in Odense angeboten.
Wo finden die Lehrveranstaltungen statt?
Standort dieser Hochschule ist Odense.
Kann ich mich zum Sommer- oder zum Wintersemester bewerben?
Du kannst dich zu folgendem Semester bewerben: Sep 01.
Gibt es spezielle Zugangsvoraussetzungen, um MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)  zu studieren?
Für das Studium des Fachs MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)  gelten keine speziellen Zugangsvoraussetzungen.
Welche Themenschwerpunkte gibt es?
Themenschwerpunkte im Studienfach MSc in Engineering - Robot Systems (Advanced Robotics Technology/Drones and Autonomous Systems)  sind:
Schwerpunkte:
Experts in Team Innovation, Tools of Artificial intelligence, Mechanical engineering for robotics, Advanced Computer Vision, Advanced Robot Control, Project in Advanced Robotics, Multivariate statistics, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Scientific Method, Robotics and Computer Vision
Wann kann ich mich bewerben?
Hier findest du die Fristen und Termine für deine Bewerbung:

Vorlesungszeit:

September-January and February-July

Bewerbungsfrist:

September intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: March 1st or March 15 and February intake: EU/EEA (and Swiss) citizens: October 15th

Einschreibfrist (Beginner):

Starts up 1 february - read more

Einschreibfrist (Rückmelder):

no later than March 1st - read more

Gibt es einen Studienbeitrag?
Zum Studienbeitrag liegen folgende Informationen vor: No tuition fees for citizens from the EU/EEA countries.
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