Master’s studies in Systems and Control (SC) are intended for graduates having basic knowledge of automatic control and wishing to deepen their expertise in several research directions. The Systems and Control graduate programme has an interdisciplinary curriculum built on engineering branches as automatic control, applied informatics, robotics, communications, and electronics. The covered topics help the students to gain professional competences in:
- working with advanced concepts of systems theory and automatic control, computer science, artificial intelligence, information technology and communications;
- using advanced methods of computer-assisted modelling, simulation, identification, analysis and design of automatic control systems;
- designing, implementing, testing, operation and maintenance of technical equipment and advanced automatic control structures;
- software development to implement complex control algorithms using programming tools, artificial intelligence techniques and advanced technologies.