Systems, Control and Robotics at KTH
The master’s programme involves team collaborations and projects emphasising the academic and cultural diversity of the field. Students will be able to incorporate and use KTH’s strong ties with research and industry leaders for their thesis project in the second year, providing them with excellent career opportunities.
The programme starts with mandatory courses that covers systematic methods for building mathematical models of technical systems from basic physical relations and measured data, and theory and methodology of science. The programme continues with courses given in one of the four tracks chosen by the student.
Robotics and autonomous systems: This track is intended for students that are interested in autonomous systems. This track has a somewhat broader scope and also looks, for example, at sensing and perception in addition to control.
Networked control systems: The track is intended for students who are interested in future industrial or academic careers within the area of networked control systems. Examples of these systems include, among others, autonomous agents and vehicles, smart electricity grids, smart buildings and factories, and communication networks.
Systems and control theory: This track provides a strong theoretical basis for a future industrial or academic career in complex system design and analysis.
Electric energy systems: This track is intended for students who are interested in systems and control with applications to electric power systems and electrical machines.
In addition to courses associated with the tracks, there are also a large number of elective courses. Finally, each student should take one or two non-technical courses. A small seminar-based course discussing issues related to being an engineer in systems and control runs over the two years.
This is a two year programme (120 ECTS credits) given in English. Graduates are awarded the degree of Master of Science. The programme is given mainly at KTH Campus in Stockholm by the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (at KTH).
Specific requirements for the master’s programme in Systems, Control and Robotics
A bachelor’s degree, corresponding to 180 ECTS credits, including basic mathematics courses in linear algebra, calculus in one and several variables, probability theory and computer science. In addition a course in signals and systems including material about time-continuous and time-discrete systems, sampling, linear filters and systems, transform methods (Laplace and Z) and a course in control engineering is required. The above can also be described as the student to have completed courses corresponding to the following KTH courses:
- SF1624 Algebra and Geometry
- SF1625 Calculus in One Variable
- SF1626 Calculus in Several Variables
- SF1901 Probability Theory and Statistics
- SF1634 Differential Equations II
- EL1110 Automatic Control, General Course
- DD1343 Computer Science and Numerical Methods, part 1
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