[robotics-worldwide] [news] Northwestern University Announces Master of Science in Robotics Program

Todd Murphey t-murphey at northwestern.edu
Thu Dec 5 15:25:09 PST 2013


Northwestern Engineering is proud to announce a new program offering an MS
in Robotics.  The interdisciplinary program is a one-year, full-time
graduate program designed to bridge the knowledge and experience gap
between an undergraduate engineering degree and a career in robotics.

Program highlights include the following:
    - MS in as little as 12 months,

    - Student take 10 courses of academic study and complete an extended
      research project advised by Northwestern faculty,

    - Course offerings include hands-on, project-based courses,

    - Exciting internship opportunities,

    - More than 20 faculty available as research advisers coming from
      departments such as Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering,
      Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, or the Rehabilitation
      Institute of Chicago

    - Possible project areas include machine learning, human-robot
      interaction, multi-robot systems, dynamic simulation and control,
      swarm robotics, robot manipulation, and bio-inspired sensing and
      control.

For more information on the program visit http://robotics.northwestern.edu.

To sign up for updates on the program visit http://eepurl.com/I5xNn.

Any questions can be emailed to msr at northwestern.edu.


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