Control, Robotics & Mechatronics Plan of Work

Suggested courses for Control, Robotics & Mechatronics

Control, robotics, and mechatronics are interdisciplinary areas that have their own identity, and they also often form cohesive interdisciplinary collaborations. Control engineering is the engineering discipline that focuses on mathematical modeling of systems of a diverse nature, analyzing their dynamic behavior, and using control theory to create a controller that will cause the systems to behave in a desired manner. Robotics is the science and technology of robots, and their design, manufacture, and application.

Suggested 500-level courses

  • ECE 514 – Random Process
  • ECE 516 – System Control Engineering
  • ECE 536 – Digital Control System Projects
  • ECE 555 – Computer Control of Robots
  • ECE 556 – Mechatronics

Suggested 700-level courses

  • ECE 726 – Advance Feedback Control
  • ECE 756 – Advanced Mechatronics

Suggested courses for breadth

  • ECE 513 – Digital Signal Processing
  • ECE 535 – Design of Electromechanical Systems
  • ECE 542 – Neural Networks
  • ECE 558 – Digital Imaging Systems
  • ECE 560 – Embedded Systems Architecture
  • ECE 570 – Computer Networks
  • ECE 736 – Power System Stability and Control
  • ECE 751 – Detection and Estimation Theory
  • ECE 759 – Pattern Recognition
  • ECE 763 – Computer Vision

Suggested non-ECE courses

  • ISE 707 – Real-Time Control of Automated Manufacturing
  • ISE 716 – Automated Systems Engineering
  • MAE 521 – Linear Control and Design for MIMO Systems
  • MAE 522 – Non Linear System Analysis and Control
  • MAE 544 – Real time Robotics
  • MA 520 – Linear Algebra or MA 523 – Linear Transformations and Matrix Theory
  • CSC 520 – Artificial Intelligence
  • MA 591: Real Algebraic Geometry and Convex Optimization
  • CSC 565 – Graph Theory

 

Please see ECE Course Details and Specialty Areas for ECE specialty area and typical semesters that the courses are offered.

Please see NCSU Course Catalog for course description and the current semester that the course is offered.

Please see Control, Robotics & Mechatronics for more information about the topics and faculty involved in research in this area.

 

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