Information and Communication Technology – Robotics

Nowadays, it is almost impossible to come across an activity within electrical engineering that is not interconnected with information technology. Thus, these areas have been joined into the second cycle study programme of Electrical engineering and information technology. 

Duration of study programme: 2 years
ECTS points: 120
Qualification awarded: Master of Science in Information and Communication Technology

Robotics as a multidisciplinary scientific and technological field comprises the following knowledge: determination of requirements and criteria for control systems design related to flow of matter, energy and information; research, development and implementation of methods for information processing and data acquisition in the control systems; research, development and implementation of methods for the system analysis, the system design and the system optimization; development, design and implementation of hardware and software for computer control of systems; research, development and design of control algorithms for robots and robotized systems in industry, services and households.


Course Structure

A visual guide to the study programme is presented below.
The numbers in rows represent academic semesters (two semesters per year, a total of two years) and the numbers in columns represent ECTS points (30 ECTS points per semester).

                                                            ECTS
Semester 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
1 Networking Technologies Computer Controlled Systems Machine Learning 1 Fundamentals of Robotics Elective course Seminar 1 Trans.
2 Embedded Systems * Estimation Theory Robotic Sensing, Perception, and Actuation Elective course of the Profile Elective course Seminar 2 Trans.
3 Multi-robot Systems Autonomous Mobile Robots Elective course of the Profile Elective course Research seminar  
or Elective course
Project Trans.
4 Diploma thesis
                                                             
* The course is also offered at the bachelor level (if the student has previously completed this course, it will be replaced by an elective course of the Profile)
  Mandatory courses of the Study programme
  Mandatory courses of the Profile (core courses and core-elective courses)
  Elective courses of the Profile
  Free elective courses (a course from any Study programmes offered at FER)
  Mentor driven courses
  Transversal courses

Courses