Educational Program Group
Complex testing subjects
M102 Robotics and mechatronics
Integrated circuitry and microprocessor technology
Training of highly qualified specialists in the field of elaborating new management methods, information processing and search for new constructive solutions for multi-purpose mechatronic and robotic systems, their subsystems and individual modules, conducting research in the field of mechatronics, robotics, control theory and artificial intelligence methods.
Graduates will receive Academic master's degree in engineering and technology for 1.5 years of study or Master of technical sciences for 2 years.
You will learn how to build and maintain mechatronic and robotic systems, including information-sensory, executive and control modules, work with their software, conduct theoretical and experimental studies of mechatronic and robotic systems for various purposes.
Students will gain practical skills in 30 specialized laboratories furnished with modern equipment and instruments, computer equipment and software. Training uses the latest computer-aided design systems of international level, such as ADEM, SolidWorks, Autodesk, Compass 3D, MSC Nastran, Console Multiphysics, and APM Win Machine.
The institute interacts with many foreign technical universities and maintains contacts with professors from TFH University Georg Agricola (Germany), Pennsylvania State University, University of Loraine, AGH University of Science and Technology, CAUST, University of Texas, Braunswille, Liaoning University of Science and Technology (China) and others. Students have international practice at technical universities around the world.
An actively growing area requires true professionals. At the same time, in the labor market today, there are demand among theoretical specialists who design and create new ideas, as well as expert practitioners who are ready to carry out their activities in the staff that creates new nodes for necessary parameters. Previously, professionals in this field were mainly in demand for developments in military, medical and space fields, but now ordinary firms and companies increasingly require their knowledge.