General Information

The main task of the department: training specialists in the field of special robotics, mechatronics, flexible manufactures. Graduates of the department receive basic training in higher mathematics, general physics, computing engineering and programming, technical and applied mechanics, electrical engineering, and the theory of automatic control. A wide range of general engineering disciplines (electronics and microchips, microprocessor devices, automated design of electromechanical complexes, identification and modeling of electromechanical systems) provide the versatility of engineering training. Special disciplines (design of mechatronic systems, methods of synthesis of mechatronic systems, theory of risks, diagnostic systems, systems of monitoring of the electromechanical systems) form a competitive image of the graduate for work in modern fast-moving industries in various industries.