15.04.04 Automation of production processes and facilities

Upon graduation, students of this program will be able to develop the architecture of automation systems; to develop requirements specifications and design projects for automated process control systems; to develop requirements specifications for non-standard process automation systems; to design individual functional components of production process control systems; to build mathematical models of control systems; to make use of automated design systems for analysis and synthesis; to program and debug SCADA project subsystems; to conduct research in order to design and improve structures and processes at industrial enterprises forming part of an integrated data environment.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Higher mathematics
Programs, specializations:
Development of industrial automated systems
Students receive theoretical instruction and practical training in the field of creation and operational maintenance of automated process control systems based on PLC, SCADA and MES hardware for various industries.
Students have access to modern training laboratories equipped with PLCs by Siemens (S7-200, S7-300, S7-1500) and OMRON (CJ1M, CJ1H, NJ301), and with industrial Symanitron and Cisco network equipment.
Alumni can be employed as
  • automated process control system (ACS) engineer
  • PLC-based system designer
  • SCADA-based system designer
  • MES designer
  • automated process control software developer
  • automated process control system setup and commissioning engineer
  • automated process control system equipment supervisor
  • automated process control system field engineer
Program subjects
  • Programming industrial automation systems
  • Automation and control technology
  • Methodology of research and development
  • Automatic control systems
  • Cyberphysical systems at production facilities
  • Design data systems and real-time databases
  • Integrated design and control systems
  • Process equipment control systems
  • Organizational and economic aspects of automated systems design
  • Fundamentals of engineering equipment design
  • Simulation modelling of production systems
  • Automatic programming of control systems
  • Control system interface design
  • Industrial data measurement systems
Graduate department:
Industrial Information Technology Department