Educations in Robotics
Manufacturing and Operations Engineering is a three-year Bachelor’s programme at AAU CPH, where you will learn how to produce a product or a service, and you will gain useful insight into relevant technology and management tools.
To realise and produce a good idea or concept with modern technologies is an interdisciplinary task, where classic educations like mechanical engineering or computer science will only cover about half of the relevant topics.
A manufacturing and operations engineer has insight into aspects such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, management and business administration, and even aspects like product design and innovation.
The Bachelor’s programme in Robotics is a new, cross-disciplinary engineering programme based on existing research environments within a number of fields such as
automation, production, electronics and IT, media technology and health technology.
As a student, you will have access to state-of-the-art technologies and laboratories, and you will be taught by highly skilled professors from across the university.
Imagine fleets of smart robots that collaborate in manufacturing facilities, advanced warehouse logistics solutions such as the Amazon warehouses, crew-less cargo ships, smart grids, or interconnected smart home appliances. Those are just a few examples of what we call autonomous systems.
The Master’s programme in Autonomous Systems aims at providing graduates with competences to solve complex problems related to the design and deployment of autonomous systems, exploiting the latest advances in artificial intelligence, big data analysis, digitization, sensing, optimisation, information technologies, and systems engineering. The program has been developed to build both theoretical understanding and practical experience of students, applicable to Industry 4.0, robotics and autonomous logistics, among other application areas.