Teaching activities of the Unit is directly related
to its research. It involves robotics, automation, and computer science.
The Unit had largely helped create the Automation and Robotics teaching
profile at the Department of Electronics, which admits 100 students each
year. Now the Unit manages some of the basic study courses for this profile,
and is solely responsible for the specialization courses for the Robotics
subprofile. There are three laboratories available for the students
of the Robotics subprofile: the robotics laboratory, the laboratory of
mobile robots, and the laboratory of intelligent robots. Members of the
Unit also teach courses at other profiles at the Department of Electronics,
as well as at the Mechanical and Electrical Departments. Additionally,
the Unit participates in teaching doctoral students. It also organizes
some international exchanges of students for vacation practices.