What is the approximate specialty for robotics?

Want to do robotics, but this specialty in the universities of my city no. What profession is closest to this area?
July 9th 19 at 10:52
5 answers
July 9th 19 at 10:54
As a teacher of robotics for children frankly: "robotics" is a definite sell and profanation fashion trend. As a separate specialty is not viable. Yes, toys with a wow-effect "robotics" can do, but for serious applications need a team of various experts. So after playing with a LEGO I children according to the aptitudes parts: programmers, electronics engineers and mechanics. Well, voluntary-compulsory for all physics and mathematics. Senior and very advanced even kick in the direction of biology.

In real life it requires a minimum of technology, and the electronics are divided into groups: security forces, digicam, analogoviki, breeders of boards and plumber; add different R & d etc.
July 9th 19 at 10:56
Anyone with a strong bias in one direction to physics, mathematics and electronics, and programming micro-controllers (the latter is possible and to explore). I was going to come with books on programming of the same MK Arduino, Rasberry Pi, etc., and knowledge of University physics and mathematics, will help to build something interesting from the world of robotics Googling YouTube, read ACC. forums and view projects in the same super-popular Arduino.
July 9th 19 at 10:58
machine learning (and then suddenly, you create a full AI)
July 9th 19 at 11:00
Used to be (maybe still is) 0606 "Automatics and telemechanics"
July 9th 19 at 11:02
15.03.06 (221000) – "mechatronics and robotics"

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