Bachelor of Mechanical-Electronic Engineering

General

Program Description

The Mechanical-Electronic Engineering program of B.I.T. is an interdisciplinary program based on machinery manufacturing, electrical engineering, and computer science.

This program equips students with solid background knowledge and a multifaceted view in the fields of intelligent mechanical- electronic systems, and robot detection and control.

The humanoid robot, Hui tong "V", a table tennis competition humanoid robot, designed by talents from this program, can not only conduct movement such as autonomous walking, greet, Tai Chi and dancing but also show facial expressions such as happiness, anger, sorrow, and joy. Its overall performance is internationally competitive.

In the ASRTU Robot Contest & Fair held in 2011, a robot designed by students from this program also won great awards.

The main courses of this program include Theoretical Mechanics, Materials Mechanics, the Fundamentals of Mechanical Design, the Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics, Signals and Systems, Mechatronic Control Techniques, Mechatronic System Analysis and Design, Sensing and Testing Technology, Mechatronic System Modeling and Simulation, and the Fundamentals of Robotics.

Last updated Feb 2018

About the School

Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) is currently home to more than 2,200 international students from 137 different countries. The largest student population is coming from South Korea, Russia, Polan ... Read More

Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) is currently home to more than 2,200 international students from 137 different countries. The largest student population is coming from South Korea, Russia, Poland, Pakistan, Germany, France, Kazakhstan, Indonesia and Thailand. Since the launch of the "Study in BIT” initiative in 2013, the past five years have witnessed that BIT made great strides in international students enrolment and management with the number of registered students increasing exponentially from hundreds to more than 2,200, ranking first among national universities with an average annual growth rate of 20%. Read less