As customary in the world today and as requested by top companies, the bachelors programme Cybernetics and Robotics is not divided into disciplines. Initially, most of the subjects are compulsory and provide students with a good and broad foundation of all necessary fields and develop their skills and abilities. This universality is an evident competitive advantage for our graduates. Students only choose from offered projects, optional subjects, elective courses and laboratories in the second half of our course. Only then they can choose to specialize or on the contrary to broaden their interests.
The structure of bachelors programme Cybernetics and Robotics
The following table chart shows the courses in individual semesters of the undergraduate course. Required items are marked with orange, required elective subjects are blue and optionals gray. Click on the name of a compulsory course to open a detailed description on the faculty website. There you can find annotation of the subject, topics of lectures and exercises, a list of recommended reading and study materials and other useful information. You can also find there links to websites of particular subjects, with further details on the course requirements for students and other interesting topics. Click on the name of a required elective subject to open a list of specific items, from which you can - as well as have to choose. And finally, click on the optional course to open a list of courses from which you can choose. Besides the subjects on this list, you can also pick an optional course or a compulsory course offered by another programme or faculty of our school as your extra.
Required elective laboratory
Each student is required to pick at least one of the following options.
Applied electronics and control lab gives you the opportunity to work in teams of 5-7 students in order to develop small robotic articulata. While completing this task, you gain experience on how the entire product development cycle work - from inception to product testing. Your success will depend both on the individual team members, but also to a large extent on successful coordination and cooperation of the entire team.
Robotics lab is designed for groups of 3-4 students. During the semester, you have to solve a practical task in the field of robotics together. Students get to know practical robotics (manipulators, mobile robotics), while using the knowledge they gained in basic subjects (eg. mathematics, physics, electronics, software development).
Industrial electronics and sensors lab gives students a chance to get familiar with basics of industrial sensor system in an interactive form. Starting from your very own sensor and signal processing circuitry, learning how to convert analogue signal to digital, it´s software processing using a microprocessor to send the results to the superior system and all the way to presenting them to the user within the concept of the "Internet of Things".
Required elective subjects
Each student is required to choose at least four optional subjects from the following possibilities.