Robotics is becoming more integrated into daily life as technology-driven environments evolve, particularly in the areas of mobility, manufacturing, agriculture, health care and supply chain management. It has been estimated that the industrial robotics market will expand nearly 12% annually to over $33 billion in the next decade, and skilled operators are needed to compensate for that growth. The M.S. program in robotics delivers critical industry-driven, hands-on learning content to students looking to join an emergent workforce of technologists and automation specialists.
Students can choose from three concentration tracks, each delivered by different departments within the college — industrial automation (engineering technology), intelligent control (electrical and computer engineering), and smart mobility (computer science).
Expert in medical robot sensor integration, Raman for cancer detection, and application of robotics to space and the military. Director of the Computer Assisted Robot Enhances Systems (CARES) Lab.
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