Autonomous Systems Study Opportunities at Syracuse University

ASPI encourages involvement from both graduate and undergraduate students. We can help you identify relevant research questions for your dissertations, theses, or honors papers and connect you to SU faculty studying autonomous systems. We can help you find courses on different aspects of autonomous systems and even have regular events that you might want to attend.

Want more information? Email Professor Jamie Winders, Director, at jwinders@maxwell.syr.edu.

Relevant courses

Undergraduate

  • EAR 479/GEO 479: Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Research & Applications
  • CIS467: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • CIS 543/ELE 516: Control of Robots
  • GET 235: Leveraging Emerging Technologies
  • HNR 360: Working in the Digital Economy or My boss is a bot and all my coworkers are, too
  • IDS 401: What's the Big Idea: Technology Innovation
  • IST343: Data in Society
  • PAI 400:  Ethics of Emerging Technology
  • PAF 410.5: Smart Cities
  • PSY 420: Using Robots to Understand the Mind
  • WRT 426: Rhetoric and Robots

Graduate

  • CIS 543/ELE 516: Control of Robots
  • CIS 563: Introduction to Data Science
  • CIS 667/CSE 684: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • CIS 787: Analytical Data Mining
  • EAR 679/GEO 679: Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Research & Applications
  • ECN 776/PAI 776: Economics of Science and Technology
  • IST664/CIS 668:Natural Language Processing
  • IST 700: Deep Learning, NLP and Computational Social Science
  • LAW 792: Privacy Law
  • LAW 815: Technology Commercialization Research Center
  • LAW 844, Emerging Technologies and Global Security
  • LAW 868: Smart Grid: Sec. Prov. & Ecn
  • MFE 735: Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing Systems
  • PAI 730:  Ethics of Emerging Technology  
  • PAI 730:  Ethics of Big Data  
  • PAI 730:  Technological Innovation in the Public Sector 
  • PAI 771: Technology Development and Policy  
  • PSY 620: Using Robots to Understand the Mind