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Innovation and Practice of Talent Training Model for Robot Engineering under the Background of Intelligent Manufacturing

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DOI: 10.25236/icssem.2024.068


Lin Guo, Jinkang Wang, Dejun Xu

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Dejun Xu


As a cutting-edge technology in the new era, the field of robotics engineering is increasingly receiving global attention. Chinese universities are actively exploring the construction of robot engineering majors, combining their own characteristics and market demand to form diverse teaching models. Practical teaching has become the key to cultivating students' professional skills and innovative abilities. By constructing a comprehensive practical curriculum system, various universities have provided students with rich practical opportunities. However, the development of robotics engineering still faces many challenges, such as the combination of theory and practice, the cultivation of innovation ability, and adapting to market demand. Therefore, universities need to continuously innovate teaching models, pay attention to the integration of practical teaching and market demand, and cultivate robot engineering talents with high quality and innovative spirit. At the same time, the government and all sectors of society should also provide more support to jointly promote the healthy development of the robotics engineering profession. Looking ahead to the future, the field of robotics engineering will continue to deepen its development, its application areas will be further expanded, and technological innovation will continue to emerge. With the integration of technologies such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, robot engineering will achieve a higher degree of intelligence and autonomy, bringing more possibilities to the development of human society.


Intelligent manufacturing; Robotics Engineering major; Talent training mode; Innovation and Practice