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Robotics Engineering

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What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?

The objective of the course is to provide the student with the knowledge, techniques, and skills related to the design, development, and maintenance of software systems required for modern industrial and service robotic systems.

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What do you learn?

The Course of Study in Robotics Engineering provides a solid grounding in the fundamental and standard disciplines of information engineering. The main body of the course provides the knowledge of Automation, Electronics, Mechanics, and Telecommunications context for robotics and the knowledge of Computer Engineering for Robotics. The body of knowledge enables the robotic engineer to analyze problems in the field of industry and services and to design, develop, and maintain software systems related to the identified robotic solutions, including analyzing the ethical and legal issues.

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What can you do with it?

The main employment venues for the robotics engineer involve freelancing as an analyst, designer, or tester of robotics software systems or parts thereof. In addition, the robotics engineer will be able to work in public and private service industries and companies such as companies that produce robotics hardware and software, automation and robotics systems sectors, and companies operating in public and private services that involve automation and robotics-related activities. Graduates who intend to continue their studies can enter the Master Degree in Computer Engineering without educational obligations, where a specific curriculum in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics is already active. In addition, they will also be able to access, without educational obligations, the Master Degree in Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering for Industry and the Master Degree in Electronic Engineering with minimum educational obligations, which can also be remedied through elective subjects. The educational chain is ideally completed with the international ICT Ph.D. course in which there are several profiles in the field of robotics. In addition, the graduate will also be able to enter the recently established Doctorate of National Interest in Robotics and Intelligent Machines.