This area of training is suitable for those interested in creating modern highly reliable automatic control systems for rocket complexes and spacecraft. The program’s curriculum was designed by highly qualified rocket and space system experts with extensive practical experience in creating modern control systems for both onboard and ground aerospace complexes.
Upon completion of this Master’s program, the student will acquire the competence to take full account of complex systems design and operation specificities in developing controls for spacecraft and rocket complexes; to develop electronic instruments and mathematical support and computer software for complex control systems on board rocket and space systems; and to provide the required degree of reliability for complex automatic control systems.
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in the field of design, research, manufacture and operation of aircraft control systems and tools, and in developing modern software and hardware for research, design, monitoring, flaw detection and performance testing of automatic and automated aircraft control systems.
The students of this program have access to real-life workstations, modern laboratory, metrological and technological equipment, laboratory benches, computers, and monitoring and measuring instruments essential to their education.
Alumni can be employed as
- industrial engineer
- mechanical engineer
- electronics engineer
- software developer
- Computer control technology in engineering systems
- Distributed data processing
- Mathematical foundations of control systems theory
- Modern control system hardware and software
- Microprocessors and microcontrollers
- Information technology in the design of integrated aircraft navigation systems
- Strapdown navigation systems
- Neurocomputers and neural network regulators
- Technical diagnostics of control systems
Core Department No. 530 on Automation and Control