This Master program in Mechatronics Engineering offers a balanced combination of mechanics, electronics and computer engineering skills plus special courses for integrating these disciplines of engineering to be able to develop and implement complex systems. The program is designed to give students deepened knowledge of principles of mechanics, electronics, control theory and computer programming. The graduates will be well prepared to pursue further studies and research nationally and internationally.

Graduates of this Master program will have the ability to apply mathematics, physics, mechanics and electronics to solve engineering and industrial problems. They will develop technical expertise in mechanical design, computer-aided design, robotics as well as manufacturing technology. In addition, they will develop technical expertise in Digital design, microcontroller operation, interfacing, and programming, sensors, actuators, drive systems, control theory and data communication. They will have the knowledge, skills and tools to design and analyze the engineering systems for better operation, performance and control.

The study programs Master of Science in Mechatronics Engineering consists of 4 semesters. Students earn a total of 120 ECTS credit points according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System.

Curriculum

Semester 1

Code

Course 

ECTS

HUMA

Research Methodology

5

MCTR

Distributed Control

5

MCTR

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

8

MCTR

System Identification

6

MCTR

Embedded Real Time Systems

6

 

Semester  2

Code

Course 

ECTS

MCTR

Robotics

6

MCTR

Advanced Mechatronics Engineering

7

MCTR

Sensor Technology

5

HUMA

Legislation, Contracts and Engineering Ethics

2

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Elective  1

5

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Elective  2

5

 

Semester 3

Code

Course 

ECTS

MCTR

Autonomous Systems

6

HUMA

Project Management

4

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Elective 1

5

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Elective 2

5

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Elective 3

5

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Elective 4

5

 

Semester 4

MCTR

Master Thesis and Seminar

6 months

ECTS 30