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  • Virtual factory and digital twin including factory scanning
  • Understanding and knowledge to use robot simulation tools to make decisions regarding factory solutions
  • Simulation and programming of industrial robots using commercial robotic simulation tools


Three years of higher education (Bachelor level) in engineering & technology (bachelor’s degree corresponding to 180CP). Alternatively relevant professional work experience.

Attach resume if your application is based on work experience. A template (in Swedish) is available at our website

Course material

Elected scientific articles, lecture notes, reports and manuals.

Implementation and pedagogic concept

The course is based on University West’s concept of work integrated learning, which aims at integrating both theory and practice in education. Theoretical lectures are combined with case studies and practical examples.

The course format (campus or distance) can vary. The form is stated when the course being announced. The current courses can be found here.

Course code



Course registration via University West’s website

For more information, please contact


Kristina Eriksson

Kristina Eriksson Universitetslektor Docent / Associate Professor in Production Systems

Mikael Ericsson

Mikael Ericsson Avdelningschef, tf
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