• Digital Control Systems

    27.04.04 Technical Systems Management
  • Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics

  • Sergei Shavetov, +7 (960) 249-1666, s.shavetov@itmo.ru

  • Read more about this international Master's program here

    TUITION FEES

    305,000 rubles/year

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The program:

    1. develops an understanding of modern trends and challenges in the field of digital control systems and the ability to solve various research and applied tasks using a wide range of methods and approaches;

    2. provides students with an in-depth understanding of digital control theory and algorithms;

    3. trains students to use the latest information technologies in digital control systems design;

    4. gives insights into global achievements in the field of digital control systems; prepares students for research at the world’s leading institutions, companies, and agencies;

    5. trains qualified researchers and university lecturers ready to participate in R&D projects, as well as share their knowledge with students.

    Specializations:

    • Control in Technical Systems (in English)
    • Cyber-Physical Systems Management
    • Digital Lighting Control Systems

    PROGRAM RELEVANCE

    In today’s fast-paced world of technological change, people might have a hard time finding a steady and rewarding job. The only way to keep up with the changing market and achieve professional and financial success is to become an expert in the field that will remain relevant for decades to come. Digital control systems will certainly continue to play a significant role in the global economy for many years ahead. Digital systems are widely used in home and industrial automation, cars, mechatronics, and robotics, etc.

    DISCIPLINES

    • Optimization Methods and Optimal Control
    • Modern Control Theory
    • Digital Control Systems
    • Microcontroller Systems
    • Actuators Control
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