Learning outcomes


You have basic knowledge in programming, electronics, digital technology and mathematics. You have:

  • knowledge of programming and algorithms, as well as systems development techniques
  • knowledge of digital technology that forms the basis for designing computers and embedded systems
  • knowledge about electronics and sensors that form the basis for machine launching
  • knowledge of mathematics required for electronics, programming and robotics

You have knowledge of how computers, embedded systems and robots work and how they can understand and adapt to the world. You have: 

  • knowledge of principles in computer architecture and digital systems
  • knowledge about the management and analysis of robotics systems
  • knowledge of how machines can interpret surroundings, act intelligently and adapt

Profiency (skills)

You can analyze and model systems that contain both software, hardware and mechanics:

  • model and abstract, and use analytical and computational methods and software to predict behavior and performance
  • test and troubleshoot software and hardware systems at different levels

You can construct systems that contain both software, hardware and mechanics:

  • program and control a robotics system
  • implement systems that integrate different software and hardware technologies (such as microprocessors, digital logic and mechatronic components)
  • program in different languages ​​for different applications, and write program code that may be used by others
  • experimentally work with electronic and mechanical systems and know HSE aspects

General competence

You can think around and communicate an idea or product. You can:

  • present a professional idea, project or product, both written and orally, for professionals, experts from other disciplines and the general public
  • assess a product overall beyond the purely technical aspects, such as economic aspects, ease of use, presentation
  • engage in new themes, work independently and in groups, and in relation to time limits:
    • acquire knowledge in informatics, electronics and robotics, and view the knowledge in an overall perspective
    • work in projects, have competence in project work and typical working methods for technological projects

You know the subject's development, limitations and possibilities – professional, ethical and societal:

  • have insight into relevant professional and occupational issues
  • know new thinking and innovation processes
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Published Apr. 5, 2017 11:16 PM - Last modified July 12, 2017 2:08 PM