Cyber Physical Systems at University of Nottingham - UCAS

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Course summary

Cyber physical systems integrate computation with physical objects and processes. Examples of cyberphysical systems are:

  • 'smart' devices in the home such as a smart meter or fridge
  • voice assistant devices
  • driverless vehicles
  • medical monitoring equipment
  • wearable devices
  • robotic assistants
Our course is designed for students with a background in computer science or a related field with analytical skills. You'll learn the principles of integrated system design and computational and cyber physical systems methods and tools. Core modules will broaden your knowledge in key topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics and cybersecurity. During the summer period, you will undertake an individual research project. This could be software-based or research-based. Collaboration with business, industry, and other outside bodies is encouraged. A specific pathway within the one-year version of this programme has been recognised by the National Cyber Security Centre as a Certified Degree (Provisional) Incorporating Cyber Security. Candidates interested in this pathway are required to take a pre-set combination of modules.

Entry requirements

2:1 (or international equivalent) with an affinity for programming evidenced through prior study or practical experience detailed in the application.

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Cyber Physical Systems at University of Nottingham - UCAS