Short description: The aim of the program is to train mechatronics engineers who are capable of integrating engineering with electronics, electrotechnics, and computer control in a synergetic way at a global standard. They are able to formulate concepts, to model, design, produce and subsequently maintain and control mechatronic machinery, processes, systems and intelligent machines. They are able to develop and apply new technologies, procedures, and materials; to provide managerial and organizational tasks; and to be involved in and manage engineering development, research, design, and innovation in domestic as well as international engineering projects in the field of mechatronics.
Lecture, seminar: 42%
Main subjects typically include (this list is indicative and may change):
Mathematics, Spatial Mechanisms and Dynamical Systems, Economical, Financial and Investment Decisions for engineers, Electronics, Control theory, Materials Science, Engineering Leadership and Organizational Methods, Digital and Servo Drives