The program focuses on the acquisition of professional knowledge and practical skills in the technical and scientific fields on which modern robotics is based: embedded electronics, intelligent systems, programming, and mechanics. The training courses in the first three scientific and technical areas provide students with knowledge of automatic control theory, microcontroller programming, industrial and intelligent robotics, autonomous robot embedded systems, autonomous robot action planning, industrial robot programming, and artificial intelligence techniques. The mechanics courses provide students with the knowledge of kinematics and dynamics of autonomous and industrial robots, of the robot structures, and the principles of designing autonomous robots. During the course, alongside theoretical knowledge, students gain practical experience in using industrial robots Kawasaki, Kuka, ABB, and Universal Robots. Humanoid robots NAO, mobile robots Khepera IV and Koala are used to learn the principles of autonomous robotics. Before preparing a graduation project, students undergo compulsory industrial practice in specialized companies that provide industrial production robotization and are engaged in the development of industrial and autonomous robots as well as robotic devices both in Latvia and EU countries.
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Document certifying secondary education and its annex, identity document (passport or ID card) and one photograph (3x4 cm), entrance test and an online interview.
Application deadline for EU students is February 10.
- Part Time
- On Campus Learning