Autonomous Vehicle Control Engineer MSc

Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering (KJK)

Want to learn a profession that will allow you to get involved in the design, development and operation of autonomous vehicles? The Autonomous Vehicle Control Engineering degree could be the perfect choice for you then. This course will equip you with the high-level scientific and technical skills to design and operate environmentally friendly and safe autonomous vehicles. In addition to a successful career in the field, you will also have the opportunity to pursue further studies, as you can also do a PhD after your studies. If you are interested in future technology and the world of vehicles, don't hesitate to apply for the Autonomous Vehicle Control Engineer MSc program.

Qualification Autonomous Vehicle Control Engineer MSc program

Language English

Start September and February

You can study at BME with a scholarship or as a self-funded student, by paying tuition fees. Various scholarships help you cover tuition fees and your living expenses during your studies. Successful PhD students may receive additional support from research grants.

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Autonomous vehicle control engineer students receive a balanced combination of courses in engineering, control theory, mathematics, computer and data science, as well as management.



Numerical methods, control theory and system dynamics

8 credits
Information technologies

Artificial intelligence, computer vision systems, high performance microcontrollers and interfaces

11 credits

Additional skills

Human factors, legal framework, processes and quality systems, project management, compensation block courses

22 credits

Advanced Science, Technology and Specionalisations

Vehicle sciences and technology

Localization, embedded systems, machine vision, traffic modelling-simulation and control, safety and reliability

23 credits

Autonomous vehicle control engineer

Automated driving systems, vehicle dynamics, testing and validation, ennvironmental sensors, network and communication

26 credits
Thesis work

Master thesis 1 and 2

30 credits

Industrial practice

4 weeks

Career options

Students of the Autonomous Vehicle Control Engineer MSc program can find a position as a development engineer, mainly in the automotive industry, where they can be involved in the development of various driver assistance and highly automated systems.

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