Education on Robotics and AI at TUM

Students can focus their education on robotics and machine intelligence by enrolling in the different courses offered by the TUM departments listed below. On this page, you can also find key programs and courses related to robotics and machine intelligence that Chairs affiliated with MSRM offer.

Degree programs

Automation and Robotics

Master of Science (M.Sc.) | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The goal of the Master's program is to offer a broad-based study program with a specialization in a core area. The core areas  available are "Automation and Robotics", "Bioengineering and Neuroengineering", "Communications Engineering", "Electromagnetics, Microwave Engineering and Measurements", "Electronic
Circuits and Systems", "Embedded and Computer Systems", "Micro- and Nanoelectronics" and
"Power Engineering".

Key Data:

Department

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Admission Category

Aptitude Assessment for Master

Type of Study

Full Time

Start of Degree Program

Possible for both winter and summer semeste

Required Language Proficiency

German

Standard Duration of Studies
(Number of Semesters)

4 semesters fulltime

Language of Instruction

Primarily German and English

Credits

120 ECTS

Main Locations

Munich

Costs

Student Fees: 142.40 €

 
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Mechatronics and robotics

Master of Science (M.Sc.) | Department of Mechanical Engineering

A Program for Border Crossers! Are you ambitious to develop intelligent and digitally networked systems and sophisticated, smart robot systems? You value the interdisciplinarity between mechanical engineering, computer engineering and electrical engineering? Then become a sought-after specialist.

Key Data:
Department

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Admission Category

Aptitude Assessment for Master

Type of Study

Full Time 

Start of Degree Program

Possible for both winter and summer semester

Required Language Proficiency

German

Standard Duration of Studies
(Number of Semesters)

4 semesters fulltime

Language of Instruction

German

Credits

120 ECTS

Main Locations

Garching

Costs

Student Fees: 142.40 €

 
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Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence

Master of Science (M.Sc.) | Department of Informatics

The master's program in Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence is unique in Germany. It combines various engineering disciplines, such as mechanical and electrical engineering, with informatics.

Key Data:
Department

Department of Informatics

Admission Category

Aptitude Assessment for Master

Type of Study

Full Time

Start of Degree Program

Possible for both winter and summer semester

Required Language Proficiency

German and English

Standard Duration of Studies
(Number of Semesters)

4 semesters fulltime

Language of Instruction

Bilingual (German and English)

Credits

120 ECTS

Main Locations

Garching

Costs

Student Fees: 142.40 €

 
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New Courses

Intelligent Machine Design Lab (I.MDL)

The I.MDL - Intelligent Machine Design Lab is part of a multi-semester course series, which aims to enable TUM master's students to develop and build complex and powerful mechatronic systems with high social and economic relevance. Students learn to develop product ideas independently and to transfer them step-by-step into near-series product prototypes. After completing the module series, students will be able to evolve complex mechatronic-system projects. Particular focus is placed on the development of multi-disciplinary design and integration skills and their use in an interdisciplinary team.

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International Cooperation

Imperial College London (ICL) – TUM Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MSRM)

ICL - MSRM is a growing cooperation initiative for research in the domain of robotics and machine intelligence. PIs and TUM students can access more information on the MSRM wiki.

Sponsored Robotics Summer School 2021 in Denmark for TUM senior students. Applications until 20.May.2021!

Are you an elite robotics student? Join the Advanced Technologies for Designing Robotics Systems – Elite Summer School. This is a sponsored two-week international summer school in Denmark with other highly talented students from around the world.

What to expect

  • The summer school will run from 28 July to 13 August 2021
  • The selected students from targeted universities are eligible for a full scholarship including airfare, accommodation and tuition sponsored by Innovation Centre Denmark and partners.
  • We will provide you with state-of-the-art technologies to design a robotic system for a given task, mainly within industrial manufacturing, but also tasks within service robotics and robotics for medical applications
  • We will introduce the various scientific topics through intensive lectures and exercises, and provide insight into the challenges and opportunities for technology based robotic start-ups.
  • You will be taught by leading international scientists and prominent guest lecturers such as Distinguished Professor Henrik Christensen, who is Director of the Contextual Robotics Institute at UC San Diego and the Qualcomm Chancellor’s Chair of Robot Systems and Prof. Dr. Sami Haddadin, who is the Director of the Munich School of Robotics and Machine Intelligence at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
  • The language will be English

Applications until 20.May.2021!

For more information please see www.sdu.dk/eng or contact Ulrik Kjølsen Olsen, Innovation Centre Denmark, Munich at phone: +49 (0) 171 309 6314, email: ulkjol@um.dk. Please submit your application to Ulrik Kjølsen Olsen (containing One-page Letter of Motivation, Academic Transcript and CV) by 20 May 2021.
Please be advised that The Summer School is in-person but may be subject to change caused by COVID-19 restrictions.

More information

Short_Version_Invitation to TUM Students - Robotics Summer School for international talents in Odense, Denmark

Long_Version_Invitation to TUM students - Robotics Summer School for international talents in Odense, Denmark

Consult the programs offered by the Chairs affiliated with MSRM here