Profile of specialization
The wide and varied use of modern specialization “Electromechanical systems of automation, electric drive and electromobility” determines the necessity of fundamental training of multifunctional specialists in the field of theory of automatic control and electric drive, automation of technological processes, computers, electronics, automation facilities, computer simulation and design. The students also get the required knowledge of technological characteristics of general industrial machinery, electric drives for robotics and flexible manufacturing, electric power supply, industrial engineering, economics, marketing and management.
The Department graduates are trained to design, research and operate electromechanical automation systems in various spheres of industry, transportation, agriculture fields as well as the other areas of activities related to electromechanical automation systems of general industrial machinery and electro-mechatronic automation systems (systems based on electromechanical devices with computer control). Around 2/3 of the world’s electric power generated is transformed into mechanical energy of motion of various objects in all areas of human activity. Complicated control of their motion requires implementation of new theoretical methods (including cybernetics) and intellectual electromechanical automation systems.
After graduation, they can work as design engineers, electromechanical engineers, electrical engineers, research assistants, research engineers, product managers, power engineers etc.
Besides a selected qualification, our students have possibilities to obtain the other (parity) one if pay the tuition fee. Furthermore, the department offers individual programs (ordered), doctoral and master’s degree programmes as well as advanced training in “Automation of control processes” and “Electrical engineering complexes and systems”.