MSc Mechatronics and Robotics
This course builds on our successful undergraduate degree programme. Lectures are supported throughout the course by extensive practical work, making use of our outstanding laboratory facilities. These include an ABB robotic manufacturing cell, the Farnell Embedded Systems Lab, the Keysight Technologies Communications Lab, the National Instruments LabVIEW Academy, and computer clusters with a very wide range of industry-standard CAD/CAE/CAM software packages.
Project work is offered in a very wide range of areas, such as robotics swarms, bio-inspired robots, industrial robotics, sensing systems, robotic communications networks, actuator design, surgical robotics, rehabilitation robotics, and exploration robotics. You can normally choose between very research-focussed projects through to more hardware-oriented design and build systems integration projects.
More information can be found on the course page.