IMPORTANT NOTICE

Information about courses for the academic year 2017/18, including up-to-date news, are available on Sapienza's course catalogue:

Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Computer Science and Control Engineering:
https://corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it/en/corso/2017/ingegneria-informatica-e-automatica

Master of Science in Engineering in Computer Science:
https://corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it/en/corso/2017/ingegneria-informatica

Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics:
https://corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it/en/corso/2017/intelligenza-artificiale-e-robotica

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Course description 2014-2015

English

The master degree in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics will allow students to acquire knowledge and technical capabilities in Computer Science and Control Engineering, specifically in the interdisciplinary area of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Fulfilling the requirements to complete the Master will allow students to improve their expertise in the field, as well as refine their communicative's skills through seminar's courses. The curriculum includes a thesis, which gives 30 credits and provides the candidates with a substantial experience in problem solving and system design and implementation. The curriculum of the master course is structured as follows: 

  • Mandatory Core Courses: 42 credits
  • Optional core subjects (Insegnamenti Opzionali Caratterizzanti): 18 credits to be chosen within a set of options
  • Supplementary subjects (Insegnamenti affini ed integrativi): 12 credits to be chosen within a set of options
  • Seminars in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: 6 credits
  • Students' free choice: 12 credits
  • Master Thesis: 30 credits

 

Each course can include lectures, laboratories, working groups, and other didactic activities teachers might find appropriate for achieving the course goals. Exams aim at verifying students' knowledge and capabilities; they can be written, oral and/or require project work. For some activities only a qualifying exam is required. The Master in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics also supports an Excellence Path, which aims at awarding students showing an outstanding performance in the Master. The Excellence Path allows tax exemptions and provides some financial support for attending scientific events. Students that qualify for the Excellence Path can apply at the end of the first year. Find out more information on how to apply on our website.

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