09.04.01 Information technology and computer engineering

This educational area focuses on in-depth training of professionals in the development of computer equipment and network hardware (machines, complexes, or systems) and software (complexes and systems). Students receive instruction in automated and distributed data processing, control, and computer-aided design (CAD) systems and data support for industrial products lifecycles, along with their mathematical, informational, technological, linguistic, software, ergonomic and organizational support. Seekers of a master’s degree under this program are to master the CAD tools to design modern computer equipment, and to develop its diagnostic and control tools and tests.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Higher mathematics
Programs, specializations:
Computer and information systems architecture
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in designing, programming, controlling and operating devices, complexes, systems and networks, including the use of intellectual processing methods.
Students have access to modern tools and systems of computer-aided design and smart data processing tools, including some developed at the university. The training program is adapted to potential employers’ needs.
Alumni can be employed as
  • hardware and network project manager
  • senior microprocessor engineer
  • senior system-on-a-chip engineer
Program subjects
  • Intelligent analysis and synthesis tools for info-communication systems
  • Computing device and system architecture
  • Automated programming tools for system-on-a-chip design
  • Verification of software and hardware projects in CAD systems
  • Device and system design technology
  • Development of digital devices based on programmable logic integrated circuits
  • Methods of designing digital devices forming part of info-communication systems
  • Monitoring and diagnostics of digital devices in info-communication systems
Graduating department:
Computer Engineering Department
Control and data acquisition systems
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in the field of design, programming and maintenance of elements, devices and systems to automate production processes and equipment, as well as transmission, reception and processing of data from natural and engineered objects.
Students of the program have access to modern training laboratories equipped with PLCs by Siemens (S7-200, S7-300, S7-1500) and OMRON (CJ1M, CJ1H, NJ301), industrial network hardware by Symanitron and Cisco, and special-purpose control system equipment.
Alumni can be employed as
  • hardware development project manager
  • industrial computer system programmer
  • microprocessor system engineer
  • process control system engineer
  • process control equipment supervisor
  • field engineer to operate a process control system
Program subjects
  • Simulation modelling of data acquisition and control system components and processes
  • Digital data acquisition and control systems
  • Data acquisition and control systems of manufacturing equipment
  • Technical support for data acquisition and control systems
  • Programming of components for industrial data acquisition and control systems
  • Integration of data acquisition and control system components
  • Computer simulation of processes and systems
  • Design and development of automated process control systems
Graduating department:
Industrial Information Technology Department