Cyber and real world

A study programme for those who want to acquire knowledge of principles based on mathematical, physical, computer, systems, robotic, cybernetic and electrical sciences and develop it through creative work in laboratories and on projects.

A degree program focused on robots, automated control, cybernetic systems, machine learning, digital manufacturing, dynamic networks, embedded systems, autonomous cars, aircraft and spacecraft, and more.

Cybernetics and robotics (KyR) will prepare you for future technologies that have never been created before. You'll learn to invent them yourself and create the future. Studying KyR and working on projects in research labs will help you develop creativity, critical and structured thinking, flexibility, independence, teamwork, and the ability to learn throughout your career.

The BSc Cybernetics and robotics programme has no specialisations. In fact, by understanding the principles of many disciplines, you will better understand the world's complexity. You'll be prepared to work as a 21st-century engineer who flexibly changes roles, teams, companies, and disciplines throughout their career. Studying KyR provides a good foundation, skills, and abilities for more comprehensive employment, even for those who eventually find opportunities to take them away from their original fields of study.

Cybernetics and robotics (KyR)

In the KyR study programme, you will learn to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems using cybernetic, engineering, and scientific principles and practices; invent, create, implement, and evaluate automated, robotic, electronic, and learning systems and networks; and design and program algorithms for the real and cyber worlds. What are the study options?

Study optiones

What projects do we deal with?

You will soon get to practical tasks based on the necessary theory. You can get involved in projects that invent new technologies that improve life and the world, expand cyberspace, or explore the universe. You'll experience innovating and digitising industrial operations and services in various sectors, or developing, programming and implementing robots, automated and intelligent systems, autonomous cars, aircraft and spacecraft.


Responsible person Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk