Industrial Informatics & Robotics (Master)

starting fall 2024/25: Industrial Informatics & Robotics Master Degree Programme

As industrial computer scientists, you will play a central role in the industrial landscape with your ability to combine various technical disciplines. If you are ready to push the boundaries of technology and shape a future characterized by innovation and engineering, then the Industrial Informatics & Robotics Master's degree program is the key to turning your passion into reality. You will acquire an in-depth understanding of the applications of computer science and information technologies, software and systems engineering as well as mechatronics and robotics in an industrial environment or for the implementation of smart everyday systems. The specialist skills you acquire will become the driving force behind efficient, networked and intelligent innovations.

Study mode: part-time
Degree awarded: Diplomingenieur/In (DI)
Length of study: 4 semesters (120 ECTS)
Study places per year: 15 part-time
Location: Urstein Campus
Language of instruction: German (Individual courses are held in English)
Tuition: € 363,- per semester + Euro 22.70 student union fee per semester
Teaching times: Planned as follows:
 
  • one afternoon from 15:15 (Mon or Tue or Wed, but always the same day), maximum 6 units
  • Friday all day from 08:15 (max. 8 units, lunch break)
  •  on average every second Saturday all day (max. 8 units), with approx. 50 percent of these days taking place online - i.e. probably approx. 3 Saturdays on-site
  • In each semester there is a block week (Mon-Fri) in the middle of the semester (1st semester probably in November)
     
In the 3rd and 4th semester, the attendance time according to the curriculum is reduced from 20 SWS to approx. 17 SWS and 7 SWS respectively.
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Why a Master's degree in Industrial Informatics & Robotics at FH Salzburg?

As an industrial computer scientist, you play a central role in the industrial landscape with your ability to combine different technical disciplines. If you are ready to push the boundaries of technology and shape a future characterized by innovation and engineering, Industrial Informatics & Robotics is the key to turning your passion into reality.

Whether Industry 4.0, cyber-physical systems or smart robots: the ability to use technology innovatively, which is taught in the Industrial Informatics & Robotics degree program, distinguishes those who are driving change. Join us in shaping this future.

Key Points about the Master's Programme in Industrial Informatics & Robotics

In the Industrial Informatics & Robotics Master's degree program, you will acquire an in-depth understanding of the applications of computer science and information technologies, software and systems engineering as well as mechatronics and robotics in an industrial environment or for the implementation of smart everyday systems. The specialist skills you acquire will become the driving force behind efficient, networked and intelligent innovations. You will contribute your own ideas in project work under the guidance of coaches, develop sustainable solutions and present them in portfolios and presentations. Interdisciplinary collaboration, agile approaches and fact- and target group-oriented communication are emphasized and qualify you for leading positions in industry and business.

As a Master's student, you will also benefit from the targeted integration into the research focus areas of the Department of Information Technologies and Digitalization, where you will seek solutions to current scientific problems.

Study Contents

Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things

You can expect exciting, forward-looking course content that fits seamlessly into the era of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. This is about much more than just technology - we will give you a deep understanding of the industrial landscape of tomorrow and the smart systems that will shape our everyday lives. The course focuses on three core areas: Computer Science & Information Technologies, Software & Systems Engineering and Mechatronics & Robotics. These focus areas not only immerse you in the world of codes and algorithms, but also teach you how to design complex systems and ... Read more

Cyberphysical Systems & Smart Factory

Experience practical application at first hand: during your studies, you will test your acquired knowledge in specialized laboratories and gain your first insights into cyber-physical systems. In our Smart Factory Lab, you will experience first-hand how our researchers continuously integrate the latest innovations. With a personal coach at your side, you will deepen your specialist knowledge as part of a practical project focusing on one of the key areas of Computer Science & Information Technologies, Software & Systems Engineering or Mechatronics & Robotics. The results achieved are presented ... Read more

Space for networking

We offer you numerous networking opportunities during your studies: Two Josef Ressel Centers and the Research Campus Schloss Urstein in cooperation with companies enable you to launch your scientific career. At the Reading Group you can be inspired by specialist lectures from industry and business or keep up to date at the bi-annual RoboticsTalks in cooperation with the Austrian Society for Measurement, Automation & Robotics ... Read more

Job Outlook & Career

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"The fourth industrial revolution means that the demand for specialists in the field of industrial informatics and robotics is constantly growing. The degree program will open countless doors to careers in innovative companies."

Mag.a Marianne Kusejko
Managing Director, SIGMATEK GmbH & Co KG
Vice President of the Federation of Austrian Industries and the Salzburg Chamber of Commerce

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