15.04.06 Mechatronics and robotics

The program gives students theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the creation of, and operational support for, intelligent mobile robots including multi-agent robotic groups of various purposes and stationing.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Higher mathematics
Programs, specializations:
Intelligent mobile robots
Upon completion of this program, students become professionals in developing new methods of control, data processing and search for new structural solutions to a wide spectrum of mechatronic and robotic systems, subsystems and modules, or researchers in the field of mechatronics, robotics, control science and artificial intelligence tools. They focus on mechatronic and robotic systems including data sensor, execution and control modules, their mathematical and algorithmic software, design methods and tools, modeling, experimental research and planning, theoretical and experimental research into mechatronic and robotic systems of various functionalities.
This Master’s program gives theoretical instruction and practical training in the design and operational maintenance of intelligent mobile robots within multi-agent robotic groups of various kinds of purpose and stationing. Students use modern laboratories equipped with manipulation, ground, air and underwater robots with smart controls. Students are trained to develop intelligent control systems for robots and manipulators capable of operating without human intervention in an unknown environment. All yearly and graduation projects are carried out with the use of real robotic equipment.
Alumni can be employed as
  • developer/researcher of specialized algorithms and software for intelligent robotic systems
  • developer of intelligent on-board control systems for special-purpose robotic systems
  • developer of intelligent control systems for multi-agent robotic complexes
Program subjects
  • Optimization methods and theory
  • Artificial intelligence tools in mechatronics and robotics
  • Information systems in mechatronics and robotics
  • Agent-oriented self-contained control systems
  • Data processing tools in intelligent mobile robots
  • Control system hardware and software for intelligent mobile robots
  • Self-learning and prediction in intelligent mobile robot control systems
  • Game theory in controlling intelligent mobile robots
  • Smart local navigation tools
  • Self-diagnostics in intelligent mobile robots
  • Automated control system configuration for intelligent mobile robots
Graduating department:
Control Matters Department