Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)
Fields of study: Mechatronic and Robotic Systems, Software Engineering
Languages of instruction: Russian, English (on request)
The programme provides Bachelor’s degree students with academic knowledge and practical skills in engineering, studying, producing and operating mechatronic and robotic systems and their applying in computer-aided manufacturing.
In the course of the programme Bachelor’s degree students should study methods and means of engineering and modelling mechatronic systems, as well as principles of field research.
The graduates obtain professional skills required for building mechatronic and robotic systems, developing run-time and control modules of mechatronic systems and software engineering.
Forms of in-class activity: lectures, laboratory work, practical classes, and students’ individual work.
• to train Bachelor’s degree students capable of analysing scientific and technological data, best national and foreign practices of developing and studying mechatronic and robotic systems;
• to upgrade students’ skills of theoretical and field research in order to develop new mechatronic and robotic systems and improve existing ones, their modules and subsystems;
• to instruct students to conduct patent research accompanying the development of new mechatronic and robotic systems in order to protect intellectual property, research results and inventions;
• to prepare Bachelor’s degree students for the development of mathematical models of mechatronic and robotic systems, their subsystems and modules;
• to form students’ skills required for managing and conducting experiments at operating facilities and experimental models of mechatronic and robotic systems, processing research results using modern information technologies;
• to teach students how to prepare reports, scientific publications and presentations at scientific conferences and workshops;
project and engineering activity:
• to broaden students’ skills of preparing technical and economic feasibility of projects on mechatronic and robotic systems, their subsystems and modules;
• to instruct Bachelor’s degree students to estimate and engineer separate units and devices of mechatronic and robotic systems, control, information and sensor-based, run-time subsystems and mechatronic modules according to technical task;
• to prepare students for the development of special software aimed at engineering systems, building mechanical and mechatronic modules, managing and processing information;
• to provide students with skills required for analysing engineering aspect of design justifying its technological feasibility;
• to teach students how to assess mechatronic and robotic systems developed according to their economic efficiency and metrological support required;
• to upgrade students’ skills of justifying proposed measures for safe operation of the system developed;
• to form students’ ability to conduct preliminary tests of development prototype components according to programme and methods specified;
• to develop students’ ability to prepare organisational and technical records (timelines, manuals, plans, cost estimates) and paperwork approved;
• to upgrade students’ skills required for organising work of small groups consisting of engineering and technical personnel;
• to prepare students for certifying hardware, systems, processes, equipment and materials.
On successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
• design mathematical models of mechatronic and robotic systems, their subsystems, modules and components, including information, electromechanical, liquid-operated, electro-hydraulic, electronic device and computer aids;
• develop software required for information processing and managing in mechatronic and robotic systems, as well as their engineering;
• prepare experimental models of control, information and run-time modules in mechatronic and robotic systems and to conduct field study using modern information technologies;
• carry out experiments at operating prototypes, models of mechatronic and robotic systems according to methods specified and to process results using modern information technologies and hardware;
• conduct simulation experiments using standard software packages in order to study mathematical models of mechatronic and robotic systems;
• prepare reports on technical and economic feasibility of projects on building mechatronic and robotic systems, their subsystems and modules;
• estimate and build devices and subsystems of mechatronic and robotic systems using standard control and run-time modules, automation and measurement equipment, computers according to the technical task;
• conduct preliminary tests of development prototype components of mechatronic and robotic systems according to programme and methods specified and keep corresponding logs of tests;
• know and apply modern information technologies, use modern means of computer-aided design and computer graphics while building systems and their modules, as well as preparing design and technology records, comply with the requirements of information security;
• collect, process and analyse scientific and technical data on the topic of research, use advances of national and international science, engineering and technology in professional activity.
The graduates are able to work in research, design and production enterprises, taking part in engineering, producing and operating mechatronic and robotic systems for computer-aided manufacturing, defence industry, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters. The graduates may also choose to complete a Master’s degree programme.
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