CISCOR provides many opportunities to current and prospective students interested in robotics and control systems are to be part of a unique team dedicated to advancing the field of robotics.
Graduate Program at CISCOR is inherently multidisciplinary drawing students from Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department of FSU. Requirements for graduate degree include course work, research work directed by CISCOR faculty and submission of thesis or dissertation.
Some of the courses that have proved useful to CISCOR students are Graduate Programs Courselink
Undergraduate students can gain hands-on experience or insight in robotics and controls research by getting involved with CISCOR. Students can work on projects for credit or senior design projects or research projects funded by CISCOR sponsors.
How to join CISCOR
- Send an email to a faculty affiliated with CISCOR including your research interests, current GPA, standard test scores and resume to know about current opportunities.
- Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Computer Science Department of FSU
In order to join CISCOR, first step is to enroll in one of the three following departments: