Study Instrumentation and Control Engineering is focused on mastering automatic control, informatics and instrumentation technologies, including programming languages and applications of microcomputers. These experiences can then use the graduates to work independently in the projection of complex control devices. Furthermore, the study systematically upgrading its knowledge of operating systems and database systems and computer models that can be applied in all technical applications, not just mechanical engineering. Specialization is designed for ease of graduates in the areas of developers and managers of large database systems, and also the creators of control applications for technical systems. Given the extensive theoretical base studies, graduates may also use all the tools of applied mathematics and mechanics in operation and when adapting control systems, information systems and instrumentation.
Student oriented master's degree in Instrumentation and Control Engineering with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills for the position of an independent expert - specialists, or the position of head of a specialist. This allows him to use in various industries as well as research in the application of management and information systems, and then in the design, construction and utilization of machines, equipment and technological procedures specific for precision mechanics and optics. Given that this study is very interdisciplinary oriented, prepares graduates for a quick mastery of complementary knowledge from different specialty areas. The most common activities and operations to which the graduates are ready, and to meet the demands of companies and employers from the instrumentation and control technology are: Design and construction of standard instrumentation (ie. Products for pressure, flow, temperature, force, acceleration, speed etc.), and special devices (using nanotechnology, ultrasound systems to detect internal defects in material and special visualization devices, cameras, etc.), including devices, to support natural science research (binoculars, telescopes). Furthermore, modeling and optimization of the properties controlled systems (eg. Power distribution systems, HVAC systems, remote hot water network), systems design management of the internal environment of the interior, analysis of complex energy systems (boilers, turbines, power units) and automation machinery and equipment manufacturing industry. Graduates have experience in using software tools with artificial intelligence for decision support operators of complex systems.
|Applications start||9th January 2017|
|Applications end||3rd April 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2018|
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