Instrumentation Technology

The program is aimed at training specialists in the field of orientation systems development and positioning of moving objects used in control systems and ensuring the safety of all existing types of transport, underwater- and spacecraft, in robotics, medical equipment, etc.

Information for applicants

Specialty code 12.04.01
Qualification Master
Forms of training
and quantity of places
Period of study 2 years
Graduating faculties Faculty of Information Measurement and Biotechnical Systems
Passing score 45%

Master's programs

Within the framework of the direction 12.04.01 Instrumentation Technology the following programs are presented:

  1. Instruments and Methods for Quality Control and Diagnostics (Department of Electroacoustics and Ultrasonic Techniques);
  2. Acoustic Devices and Systems (Department of Electroacoustics and Ultrasonic Technique);
  3. Integrated Navigation Technologies (Department of Laser Measuring Navigation Systems);
  4. Laser Measuring Technology (Department of Laser Measuring Navigation Systems);
  5. Local Measuring and Computing Systems (Department of Information Measuring Systems and Technologies);
  6. Adaptive Measuring Systems (Department of Information Measuring Systems and Technologies).

Key points

  1. The basis of the program is a combination of fundamental knowledge of mathematical models and physical fundamentals that provide information on the state and properties of controlled objects in real conditions with stable practical skills of design and experimental activities;
  2. The main content of the program is the technology of creating instrumentation and systems based on the achievements of quantum electronics;
  3. Particular attention is paid to the professional competencies in the use of modern information technologies for creating systems for measuring and controlling complex objects in various fields of science and technology.

Skills acquired

  • Metrological support - metrological services of public and private companies;
  • Design of measuring and computing systems - creation of measuring systems for residential, industrial facilities of public and private companies;
  • Electronics and programming - creation of measuring channels and built-in measuring systems for various purposes (including onboard systems);
  • System programming - the creation of local computing systems for monitoring and control of objects of varying complexity;
  • Network technologies - creation of monitoring systems for distributed objects.

Main disciplines

  • Methods of Measurement Information Processing;
  • Automated Design of Devices and Systems;
  • Information Technology in Instrumentation Technology;
  • Mathematical Modeling in Instrumentation Technology;
  • Modern Problems of Electronics and Microprocessor Systems in Instrumentation Technology;
  • Basics of Mathematical Metrology;
  • Adaptive Measuring Systems;
  • Automated Research Systems;
  • Intelligent Measurement Technology;
  • Simulation of Adaptive Systems;
  • Spatial Data Processing Based on Geo-information Technologies.

International internships and training

The program provides internships, participation in research and other types of academic mobility programs carried out jointly with foreign partners.

Students undergo an internship at the Physical and Technical Departments in Braunschweig, Munich, Stuttgart Universities, at the Fundamental Geophysical Station in Wettzel, Germany. The best students have the opportunity to study under two diplomas program in the Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland).

Your future career

Graduates work in research, design, production and operational spheres in scientific, educational and other business areas: World Ocean Studies, Construction, Shipbuilding, Precision Instrument Engineering, Audio Engineering, Metrology, Medical Technologies, etc.

Graduates also can be involved in the design, development, production and operation of navigation equipment and laser measurement technologies of various levels of complexity.

Contact Information

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