Department of Robotics and Industrial Automation

The department graduates 60 bachelors and masters each year, most of whom are already employed at the time of graduation.

The main areas of the research of the department:

  • Automation of technological equipment using computerized electromechanical systems;
  • Automated formation of structures from fibrous composite materials;
  • Robotics;
  • Guidance systems for large radio telescopes;
  • Electric drive;
  • Electromechanotronics.