Robotics* - the future has already begun!
Trend-setting innovative robot technology
Robotics characterizes the current and future trends of flexible production as an essential element of Industry 4.0. In addition, it is essential for mobile autonomous systems as an alternative for transport and services and necessary for developments of technical innovations in the medical field.
This offers a wide range of opportunities for innovation and value creation in growing areas of business and industry. Therefore, a high degree of understanding of the functions of complex, networked autonomous robots is required.
Personal technical competence in the conception, implementation and optimization of robot systems in real environments is the essential success factor.
Interdisciplinary high-tech degree programme
The degree programme pursues an interdisciplinary approach offering broad technical education at a high academic level in the fields of robotics, computer science, mechanics, electrical engineering, mathematics and modern production.
Future-oriented topics like automation technology, image processing and object recognition, machine learning and artificial intelligence are in the focus of the academic education.
This enables students to carry out the conception, modelling, simulation, programming, visualization, implementation and optimization of complex robot systems.
The degree Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc) qualifies for a continuative master degree programme in robotics or related fields.
- Design, implementation and optimization of robot systems for industrial, mobile and medical applications
- Modelling and simulation of robot systems, trajectory planning, analysis, control and motion optimization
- Description and dynamic visualization of robot systems in the process environment
- Programming of robot systems and integration to superior control systems
- Implement selected image processing, object recognition, machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies on robotic systems
- Scientific competences – systematics, methodology & documentation
- Social skills – communication, teamwork and assertiveness
|Organisational Form ||Full time|
|Academic degree||BSc (Bachelor of Science in Engineering)|
|Study location||Campus Wiener Neustadt & Robotics Laboratory in Mödling|
|Information folder||Download (German Version)|
Head of Programme
DI Dr. Alexander Nemecek
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This challenging study degree programme of robotics is designed as a full-time course because of its broad theoretical content and comprehensive practical training. Due to the course organisation in blocks, students can work part-time up to 15 hours a week.
Practical study contents take place in cooperation with the partners at the technical centre of HTL Mödling.
*Subject to accreditation by AQ Austria