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Advancing robotics and space technology towards terrestrial and extra-terrestrial exploration by Aditya Savio Paul (MSc in Robotics and Computer Engineering)
Aditya Savio Paul is a Junior Research Fellow at Tartu Observatory, Estonia, while pursuing his doctoral degree in the design and development of space missions. As a space enthusiast, Aditya focuses on expanding human understanding beyond the realms of the earth by combining coherent practices in robotics and space technology.

The ever-growing information about our celestial space has sparked human curiosity to explore further. Pursuing the same, interdisciplinary knowledge within robotics and space technology bears the potential to reach and investigate unknown worlds. The techniques developed also find applications to explore the various realms of Earth itself. Such direction motivates roboticists and space engineers on a path of optimistic research and development towards a progressive future.

The Robotics and Computer Engineering master's programme provides a versatile ecosystem of learning opportunities. The curriculum not only prepares the students for careers in research and engineering but also fosters essential qualities of personal and social development. The blend of the specialisations in computer engineering and space technology is designed in a manner that hones the students with the relevant knowledge – theoretical and practical. This is paramount with regard to the direction the aspirants desire to pursue, within industry and academia, alike.

Jan 16, 2023 07:00 PM in Helsinki

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