This MSc programme is for graduates from any numerate science or engineering discipline. Students will learn the theory and practice of robotic control, artificial intelligence for robotics, robot vision, robot manipulation and software frameworks for mobile robots and robot manipulators. You will undertake two short projects on current research within the Intelligent Robotics Lab.
We will also arrange industrial placements for our students with leading robotics companies in the region and around the UK. Entrants to the programme should have had some exposure to programming. A pre-semester course in programming for those not adept in C/C++ or Java will be offered.
- Level of Study: Postgraduate
- Subject area: Computer Science
- Nationality: EU, Overseas (Non-EU), UK
- Type of Award: University
- Deadline for applying: 07/05/2014
- Value of Award: £5000.
How to Apply
You must complete an online application for the MSc Robotics programme by 7th May 2014.
In addition by that date you should send your CV and a 300-500 word personal statement on your interest in robotics to Professor Jeremy L Wyatt, email@example.com and Dr Michael Mistry firstname.lastname@example.org.
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