In this specialty, the student will analyse and design advanced control techniques for automated production systems. He/she will also learn concepts about robotics applied to production and services processes, and about different perception systems, as the computer vision.

Responsible lecturer: Robert Griñó.

SubjectsSemester of the curriculum

Teaching semester

Fundamentals of Robotics Q1 Autum
Non-Linear, Optimal and Predictive Control Q2 Spring
Control Technology Q3 Autum
Perception Systems Q3 Autum/Spring
Industrial and Service Robotics Q3 Autum

This specialty allows the option of doing the Double Master's degree in ETSEIB with the Master's degree in Automatic Control and Robotics.