There are two graduate programs and many undergraduate research opportunities supported by the Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems Institute (CoRIS). Students may earn Ph.D. or M.S. degrees in Robotics or AI, with optional double majors in AI, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Robotics.
The Robotics graduate program at Oregon State spans departments in the College of Engineering, with core faculty from mechanical engineering, computer science, and electrical engineering. Affiliations and collaborations across the university include oceanography, biomechanics, art, forestry, agriculture, and other programs.
The robotics research groups are housed in Graf Hall, a two-story 18,000 square foot highbay space for use as a shared laboratory, with associated small laboratories, conference rooms, and offices for student use immediately adjacent. This space provides a strong environment for collaboration and interaction among robotics graduate students and faculty. More information on the Robotics Graduate program, including how to apply, can be found on the robotics degree page.
The Artificial Intelligence program at Oregon State encompasses the theory and application of computer systems designed to make decisions and perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. Application areas include automation, manufacturing, agricultural, transportation, health care, and security. More information, including how to apply, can be found on the Artificial Intelligence degree page.
Graduate Student Handbooks
Both EECS and MIME offer concentrations in robotics. Information about the EECS focus area can be found on the Robotics degree information page. Information about the CS focus area can be found on the Robot Intelligence page. MIME will offer a concentration beginning in the next academic year.
The CoRIS faculty are dedicated to providing opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in cutting edge research.