Two specializations are currently offered: Photonic Engineering and Mechatronic Devices and Systems.
The profile of the first cycle of full-time studies within Photonics Engineering was developed to provide an educational offer in the area of optomechatronics, especially in: the building of optical and optoelectronic equipment and its applications in optonumerical methods of inspection, e.g. holographic cameras, spectrometers, multimedia devices and multifunctional interferometers for different scale objects testing (from microelements of MEMS/MOEMS type up to large engineering structures). Students are equipped with knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering and the basis for designing, manufacturing, testing, and operating optomechatronic systems and devices. The graduates are prepared for work in the industry and SMEs and ready to tackle engineering problems. They can also support services based on optomechatronics equipment used in the fields such as multimedia, medicine, lighting, metrology, and others.
Mechatronic Devices and Systems
The aim of the Mechatronic Devices and Systems specialization is to prepare students to design mechatronic devices and to solve complex, interdisciplinary design and construction problems. They acquire the necessary practical knowledge about the methods and tools of computer design, microprocessor control, drives, and actuators as well as automation of processes related to industrial manufacturing techniques and device sensors, including optical devices and optomechatronic systems. Graduates know the methods of data acquisition and processing in digital control and diagnostic systems. Graduates are prepared to design and operate mechatronic devices, including drive systems for precise positioning, devices for measuring various physical and geometric quantities of utility machines, as well as mechanization, automatization, and robotization of technological processes. They can work in the mechatronic systems manufacturing industry - electromechanical, automotive, household appliances, aviation, machine tools; industry and other facilities that operate and service mechatronic systems as well as machines and devices in which they are used. Graduates are prepared to undertake second-cycle studies.