For 4. semesters programme: Automatic Control and Robotics, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunications, Informatics, Power Engineering, other related fields (strong background in mathematics and physics)
Courses focus on the most important topics of modern control theory, such as optimal control, stochastic control, robust control, fuzzy control and adaptive control, as well as on the problems of systems identification and adaptive signal processing. They provide knowledge allowing one to design high-performance, flexible and robust digital control systems for a wide range of applications.
Graduates are qualified to work as chief control engineers, members of the research and development staff, designers of management and economics, free traders or managers in industrial companies. In a natural way they also make good candidates for doctoral (PhD) studies.