Automation is ubiquitous in all branches of the modern economy, including industry, transport, power engineering, medicine, agriculture, management systems, and many others. Robotic systems are extensively used in industry to relieve the workload, increase productivity, and improve product quality.
The Automation and Robot Control degree program places particular emphasis on the development of knowledge and skills to develop control algorithms and robot programming. It provides versatile knowledge to solve problems in various fields and industries, today and in the years to come. Modern forms of teaching and learning are used, including experimentation. The curriculum is designed to afford students enough time to enable them to participate in scientific circles with a guarantee of their successful involvement in this activity.
Graduates with a degree in Automation and Robot Control are trained to work in any industrial plant or establishment implementing modern technologies, in which automatic control becomes an indispensable element determining whether the economy will remain competitive or not.
Graduates can be employed as: maintenance engineers, automation engineers, robotics engineers, automation systems designers, IT systems designers, and carry out engineering projects as business owners.