ERASMUS MUNDUS JOINT MASTER in Intelligent Field Robotic Systems

Maybe you're wondering

Why joining IFROS

IFRoS is aimed at a new generation of engineers who will develop new applications and tools to expand the capabilities of field robots in the near future. The technology behind these systems comes from different research areas such as artificial intelligence, computer vision, control, sensorization, machine learning, manipulation, all of them under fast-paced evolution in the current digital revolution. IFRoS addresses the lack of master programs dedicated to intelligent robots and, more specifically, to field robotic systems. 

Structure:

The Intelligent Field Robotic Systems (IFRoS) is a 2-year joint master degree with 120 ECTS. The programme is structured in four semesters, of 30 ECTS each.

Target:

IFRoS is targeted at students that have completed a first degree in areas related to Computer Science, Mathematics, Robotics, or Engineering-based (Biomedical, Electronics, Industrial, Mechanical and similar), and who want to pursue deeper knowledge in field robotics.

Requirements:

The IFROS master is taught in English and is very programming intensive. In addition to a solid background in engineering and computer science, the prospective students need to have a strong knowledge in the Python programming language, and the equivalent of a level B2 in English language.

Testimonials
Jomana Abdelmoaty (Egypt)
Ivan Changoluisa (Ecuador)
Jad Mansour (Lebanon)
Esra Uzer (Turkey)
Vsevolud Hulchuk (Ukraine)
Jad Mansour (Lebanon)
Esra Uzer (Turkey)
Ivan Changoluisa (Ecuador)
Jad Mansour (Lebanon)
Vsevolud Hulchuk (Ukraine)
Joseph Oloruntoba Adeola (Nigeria)
IFROS Associated Partners

News

900 Scholarship Applications Received. Submissions Closed

We would like to inform everyone that the submissions for scholarship applications have now been closed. We received an impressive…
CONTINUE READING

Enhancing Scientific Writing and Research Skills

During this months Dr. Oliver Diaz will teach a subject aimed at helping students improve both their scientific writing and…
CONTINUE READING

UNIZG hosts cutting-edge seminars on multi-agent consensus protocols and UAVs

During this last month of December, the first batch of IFROS students who are at UNIZG were able to enjoy…
CONTINUE READING