Bachelor

Automation and control


Program prepares students for the career in automation of technological processes for small (furniture workshops, food production, etc.) and large scale (factories, refineries, etc.) production facilities.

 

Program graduates will be equipped to analyse technological processes, understand solution architecture and implementation mechanisms, implement and deploy technical solutions. The focus is to develop the ability to understand and evaluate the problem, design a solution and use technology to solve a given problem effectively.

Successful applicant has knowledge of school level mathematics and physics above average and is be able to solve problems independently. In the first- and the second-year students will learn essential skills, such as programming, electronics and mathematics. Starting from the third year, students can go deeper into developing automation or receive a minor degree in the subject offered by the University.

Most of the classes are practice oriented and require working with physical equipment. More detailed information about the program and its classes is presented in the following files:



 

Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data

Program prepares students for the career in automation with an emphasis on business processes analysis and automation for human friendly environment setting. Typical goals of such automation are increasing human comfort, reducing company overheads and operational costs.

 

Program graduates will be equipped to engage into the design and analysis of automation systems, building business cases for automation projects, effectively apply Big Data and machine learning tools.

 

Successful applicant has knowledge of school level mathematics and physics on the level above average and is be able to solve problems independently. In the first- and the second-year students will learn essential skills, such as programming, electronics and mathematics. Starting from the third year, students can go deeper into one or more areas of automation or receive a minor degree in the subject offered by the University.


Most of the classes are practice oriented and require working with physical equipment. More detailed information about the program and its classes is presented in the following files: