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Robotics, Automation, & Manufacturing Techniques

Students must select a set of courses that forms a coherent program of study, concentrating in the Manufacturing, Management and Automation areas, selecting courses from the following areas of Manufacturing, Operations Research, Stochastic Models, Control, Management, Computer Systems and Computing.

Manufacturing

Flexible Manufacturing Systems

  • Management and Control of Manufacturing Systems
  • Operations Management
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • MAP Protocols
    • Machining
    • Assembly
    • Material Handling
    • Computer Aided Design
  • Quality Control
    • Monitoring
    • Inspection
    • Diagnosis
    • Repair

Control, Operations Research and Stochastic Processes

  • Control Theory
    • Multivariable Process and Nonlinear Control
    • Stochastic Control
  • Operations Research
    • Large Scale OR Problems
    • Convex Analysis
    • Sequencing and Scheduling
    • Location Models
    • Linear Programming
    • Integer Programming
    • Non-Linear Programming
    • Graphs and Network Flows
  • Stochastic Processes
    • Advanced Stochastic Processes
    • Applied Stochastic Processes
    • Statistical Decision Theory
    • Stochastic Dynamic Programming

Management

  • Case Studies for Automation
  • Economics of Automation
  • Management of High Technology
  • Accounting for Automation and Manufacturing
  • Finance for High Technology
  • Management Information Systems
  • Decision Support Systems

Computer Systems

  • Algorithm Design
  • Programming Languages
  • Computer Graphics
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Networks
  • Real-Time Computing
  • Concurrency and Real-Time Systems

Artificial Intelligence

  • Expert Systems
  • Problem Solving
  • Knowledge Representation
  • Planning
  • Scheduling

Robot Subsystem Technologies

  • Speech Understanding
  • Vision
  • Signal Processing
  • Manipulation
  • Sensor Design

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