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Course code 612H67001
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admissions.ktu.edu/programme/b-robotics 

Overview

Robotics is a science of robots and intelligent technology, which is already fundamentally changing the face of humanity. The KTU study programme combines electronics, mechatronics, computer control, signal processing, artificial intelligence and programming in the design, development and application of robots and their integration with other systems in the work environment. The practical experience is gained through seminars and workshops in the best in the Baltics laboratories – international training centres, established and sponsored by business partners.
The employers underline the abilities of KTU graduates to be able to apply robotisation solutions and to improve production efficiency due to the analysis of manufacturing processes within the study process.

Top reasons to study at KTU:

1. The best laboratories in the Baltics (by international accreditation experts, 2015), established and supported by business partners such as Schneider Electric, Siemens, ABB, Festo, etc.

2. Being the only Baltic member of EduNet network, KTU provides exclusive opportunity to the students to get professional training at EduNet laboratory by Phoenix Contact.

3. According to the employers, the KTU graduates are able to apply robotisation solutions in industry due to the analysis of manufacturing processes during the studies.

Programme structure

Robot mechanics
Engineering mechanics
Electromechanics
Kinematics, statics and dynamics of robots

Design of robot and their control systems
Project of robotic system
Robot end effectors
Electric drives
Applied electronics

Programming of robots
Microprocessor systems
Image processing and recognition
Control systems and programming of robots
Automation devices and systems
Mobile robots

Modeling and experimental analysis
Modeling of robotised systems
Computational intelligence methods
Real time systems
Automatic control theory

Career opportunities

“In nowadays world robots and manipulator systems are an integral part of the industry. They have become irreplaceable in such areas and tasks as rapid sorting, packaging, object conveyance, testing, fastening, painting, etc. Robots and manipulators allow to reduce the need for the highly physically demanding human labor and help to increase production efficiency which is vital in highly competitive markets.” – Rimvydas Kisielius, UAB FESTO, Deputy CEO.

Apply now!
Application start
Dec 1, 2017
Application deadline
Aug 20, 2018 23:59
Europe/Vilnius time
Apply now! Spring semester 2017/18
Application start
Sep 27, 2017
Application deadline
Nov 30, 2017 23:59
Europe/Vilnius time

for TRANSFER (only transfer students are accepted)

Studies commence
Feb 1, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States