Students receive training in the basic sciences in the theory of automatic regulation and control; in the field of applied sciences, including the development of automation systems using logical machines of varying complexity and microprocessor control systems. Students gain skills in the use of computers in the field of software development using modern programming techniques and modeling in the design of automation systems and automated control using modern software packages such as visual programming language VisSim, intended for simulation of dynamic systems and design systems management. Preparations are under way for the modern methods of synthesis of digital control systems, remote control software and fixed and mobile technological systems and robotic systems.
Practice & Employment
Students receive practical training at machine-building plants, scientific research, proektnokonstruktorskih organizations. Students are also given the opportunity of practical training abroad: in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark and Hungary. Students can take part in the team's MADI - PROFITEAM, engaged in the development of mobile robotic systems based on programmable controllers. Graduates can work in research, design institutes, design bureaus and enterprises engaged in the development, implementation and operation of a wide class of systems of automation, software for process automation systems, database management systems for accounting, forecasting and modeling of the technological processes and manufacturing, microprocessor control and monitoring systems.