Area of study: 15.04.02 Technological machinery and equipment
Level: Master degree
Designing is one of the most important and effortful stages in making general project for production technological processes and equipment control systems. The rates of technical progress considerably depend on designing quality.
Improvement of projects’ technical level and shortening of their development terms accelerate putting into operation new production capacities, development of new implements and production efficiency.
The program is aimed at training students in development and designing of control systems for modern equipment, technological processes, and productions.
Through this master’s program students acquire in-depth theoretical knowledge of modern methods for control systems design, which are based on reliability, serviceableness, functionality, ease and simplicity in handling.
The program offers to study normative-technical documents providing normative support to designing process of automation systems, including a complex of interrelated State Standard, Unified System of Technological Documentation, and Unified System of Engineering Documentation, which determine terms and definitions, kinds and composition, rules and methods of development, acceptance and exploitation, requirements to automated control system in general and elements as well as the requirements to technical documentation.
The program graduates have high proficiency level in specialized software complexes and in-depth knowledge of designing normative basis. This knowledge and skills allow them to design and implement control systems with regard for the development of equipment and technologies as well as their own innovations and solutions.
The program graduates are in demand at research and designing institutes, companies specializing in designing and installation of automated control systems as well as at the largest enterprises of the region.
The program graduates have the opportunity to continue their education in PhD programs, 09.06.01 “Computer science and computer facilities” area of study, 05.13.06 “Automation and control of industrial technological processes and productions” major.