Control in Technical Systems

Special training integrates knowledge in control theory, information technologies, professional programming. After graduation students are able to participate in planning, designing, adjusting local and distributed control systems.

Information for applicants

Specialty code 27.03.04
Qualification Bachelor
Forms of training
and quantity of places
Full-time, contract – (Faculty of Computer Science and Technology) 8 places
Full-time, contract – (Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering) 16 places
Period of study 4 years + 2 years under Master's degree program
Graduating faculties Faculty of Computer Science and Technology
Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering
Passing score Mathematics - 45, Physics - 45, Russian language - 50

About training

The main purpose of the program is training specialists in the following fields:

  • Development, design, study and implementation of mechatronics and robotic systems for automated control of technological processes and production systems;
  • Intelligent control systems;
  • Design, study and implementation of algorithmic, software and hardware tools for ship control systems, control systems for a ship’s main electrical power system, motion and technical tools of ships, ship’s information and control systems;
  • Special software for microcontrollers, industrial logic controllers and other hardware platforms, as well as distributed control systems based on industrial networks.

Key points

  • Students participate in innovative developments conducted at the school;
  • The department cooperates with overseas universities of China, Finland, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Ukraine;
  • Education and research laboratories and the Resource Center have modern equipment;
  • Students have unlimited opportunities to fulfil their potential.

Main disciplines

  • Control Theory;
  • Design of Automated Production Complexes and Systems;
  • Programming Technology;
  • Database Management Systems;
  • System Programming;
  • Programming of Real-time Systems;
  • Automated Electric Power Systems of Sea Transport;
  • Computer Control Technologies in Technical Systems;
  • Microprocessor Control Systems;
  • Control Systems of Marine Mobile Objects;
  • Integrated Ship Control Systems;
  • Ship Equipment and Hardware;
  • Navigation Devices and Systems;
  • Ship Information Systems Design;
  • Power Electronics;
  • Ship Automated Drives;
  • Technical Means of Control Systems;
  • Electric Machinery Manufacturing Systems of Control Systems;
  • Mathematical Models of Marine Mobile Objects;
  • Mathematical Analysis of Control Systems;
  • Microprocessor-based Control Systems;
  • Control Theory;
  • Nonlinear, Adaptive and Intelligent Control Systems;
  • Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Networks;
  • Mechatronics and Robotics, Automated Process Control System Design;
  • Computer Control Technologies in Technical Systems;
  • Power Electronics;
  • Electric Drive Technology of Production Systems;
  • Security Systems for Aircraft Landing, etc.

Competences acquired upon completion of the program

Graduates are familiar with

  • Methods of modern control theory;
  • Technologies for designing and manufacturing electronic devices;
  • Fundamentals of industrial network design and information exchange;
  • Measurement techniques and digital information processing algorithms;
  • Modern standards and requirements to control systems;
  • Advanced technologies for complex technical objects control;
  • Design principles and structures of automation and control systems;
  • Methods for developing algorithms for technical objects and processes control using information technologies;
  • Fundamentals of engineering programming and system and technical tools design.

Graduates are able to

  • Design control systems using modern CAD-systems;
  • Create software for microcontrollers, programmable logic controllers and personal computers;
  • Develop SCADA-systems of different complexity levels;
  • Apply neural network technologies, artificial intelligence technologies, genetic algorithms and expert systems for handling control problems;
  • Perform independent research and practical activities;
  • Carry out commissioning works when creating automatic and automated control systems.

Infrastructure

  • Rooms adequately equipped for training;
  • Resource center and ten new education and research laboratories equipped with advanced industrial equipment, and carrying out education and research activities, as well as retraining and advancement of external specialists;
  • Specialized computer classes and training laboratories (available for students);
  • Multimedia equipment;
  • Students can participate in the Microsoft DreamSpark program, which will allow them to obtain free licensed operating systems and software development tools required for the training process;
  • There are cafes, canteens, ATMs, a club, sports sections in the secure campus area.

Future career

Graduates are successfully employed in many countries such as USA, Great Britain, Germany, France, Sweden, etc.

Our graduates are in demand in the fields of oil and gas industry, power engineering, civil aviation equipment, shipbuilding, instrument making, machine-building and other industries in Russia and abroad.

Students with a Bachelor’s degree in “Control in technical systems” work as:

  • Software engineers;
  • Designers and developers of automation systems;
  • Developers of dispatching system;
  • Developers of technical objects control system;
  • Service engineers for electric drives and communication systems.

Contact Information

Mon.-Fri.: 10:00-17:00 (admission 10:00-16:30)
+7 (812) 234-35-53
2343553@mail.ru
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