Master of Robotics and Autonomous Systems


This multidisciplinary program brings together students from various engineering backgrounds and equips them with the necessary education to lead a successful career in this quickly rising discipline. Robots are becoming ubiquitous, from medical robotic surgeries all the way to warehouse management and package delivery, as well as the maintenance and operations of manufacturing plants. They touch all aspects of our lives.

The program covers subjects related to mechatronics, robotics, and UAVs (drones). Students develop the skills required to understand, design, and implement smart systems and robots to solve engineering problems. Topics include artificial intelligence, machine learning, the fundamentals of autonomous system (including sensing, reasoning, and acting). Also, it covers robotics-specific topics such as power sources, machine vision, actuation (e.g. linear actuators and electric motors), manipulation, locomotion (walking, rolling, climbing, etc.), environmental navigation, and human-robot interaction (including speech recognition and gestures). Applications are wide-ranging, and include industrial robots, as well as those used in the military, construction, agriculture, and in medical fields.

Program Requirement :

BSc in computer science or engineering, systems engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, mechatronic engineering, electrical/electronic engineering, mathematics, or equivalent

Degree Plan :

Semester One

  • Introduction to Robotics & Autonomous Systems
  • Programming Methods for Robotics
  • Sensing & Actuation for Intelligent Robots
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning for Robotics

Semester Two

  • Applied Control of Robotic Systems
  • Path Planning & Navigation for Mobile Robot
  • Multi-agent Robotic Networks
  • Project

Summer

  • Human Robot Interaction
  • Project (cont’d)