Mechatronical Engineering, MSc

Mechatronics is relatively new branch of science and engineering and is defined as a “combination of mechanical, electronic, computer, software, control and systems design engineering in order to design, and manufacture useful products”. It is a multidisciplinary field that benefits from the integration of various engineering disciplines.The curriculum of Mechatronical engineering MSc (in English) is structured in 4 semesters, each semester having 14 weeks of teaching activity. Thus, the curriculum includes the subjects of advanced knowledge in the field of Mechatronics and Robotics and thorough knowledge of disciplines necessary for a rapid integration of the master program graduate in the labor market.

Course structure: 

Basics of natural sciences (26 credits)

Mathematics, Application of differential equations, Theory of Optimal Control, Selected Chapters from Electronics, Advanced Systems, Dynamics of mechanical systems, Material Science, Computing Systems.

Economics and Humanities (12 credits)
Management, Investment decisions and applied economics for engineers.

Specific compulsory subjects (28 credits)

Digital Servo Drives, Measuring and modeling, Control Theory, Real-time embedded system programming, Image process, Electronics Technology, Computer simulation.

Field-specific vocational subjects: Building Mechatronics Specialization (18 credits)
Design of Building Mechatronics Systems, Industrial applications of mechatronics systems, vehicles, building automation and robotics I,II.

Optional courses (6 credits)

Thesis (30 credits)

Final exam:
1. Written and oral exam on the topics of Industrial applications of mechatronics systems: vehicles, building automation and robotics
2. Defending the Diploma Work (oral presentation and discussion)