Computerized Control Systems and Automatics

8.151.00.06 Computerized Control Systems and Automatics
Qualification awarded: Master of automation and computer-integrated technologies of the specialty "Computerized control systems and automatics"
Entry year: 2022
Mode of study: full
Program duration: 1.5 years
Institute: Institute of Computer Technologies, Automation and Metrology
Number of credits: 90 ECTS credits
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework: NQF Level 7 (Second cycle of QF-EHEA / EQF Level 7)
Field(s) of study: Automation and instrumentation
Specific admission requirements: Availability of a Bachelor's Degree
Qualification requirements and regulations, including graduation requirements: The full implementation of the curriculum and defense of master's qualifying work
Characteristics of the educational program: The program is based on the known positions and results of modern scientific and technological research on digital methods of signal processing and imaging, intelligent management technologies, synthesis of digital systems automation, computer simulation, experimental design and planning studies, computer technology and programming, flexible robotic systems automated production.
Програмні результати навчання: - explain the problem, design methods, the main stages of the design of microprocessor devices and interfaces; - explain the principles of construction of information converters; - explain the techniques underlying the conversion from analog signals to digital signals and vice versa, approaches to the compression of signals and images; - explain the approaches and methods of object oriented analysis for simulation of control systems; - know the basics and problem aided design and basic design stages, especially the design of analog, discrete and analog devices, discrete automation; - describe the structure and principles of signaling microprocessors, application of signal microprocessors, which are the means of implementation of modern systems of any digital signal; - explain the problems associated with the management of objects located from the control center at a considerable distance, data transmission channels, principles of construction of remote control and monitoring. - explain the problem, design methods, the main stages of the design of microprocessor devices and interfaces; - explain the principles of construction of information converters; - explain the techniques underlying the conversion from analog signals to digital signals and vice versa, approaches to the compression of signals and images; - explain the approaches and methods of object oriented analysis for simulation of control systems; - know the basics and problem aided design and basic design stages, especially the design of analog, discrete and analog devices, discrete automation; - describe the structure and principles of signaling microprocessors, application of signal microprocessors, which are the means of implementation of modern systems of any digital signal; - explain the problems associated with the management of objects located from the control center at a considerable distance, data transmission channels, principles of construction of remote control and monitoring. - ability to design automation and control systems based on microcontrollers; - basic knowledge of the methods of transformation of information and signals; - basic knowledge of the theory and practice of analysis and application of electronic means; - possession of the basics and principles of object oriented programming; - ability to apply methods of analysis and synthesis of computerized control systems; - ability to plan and organize work on the establishment, operation of robotic complexes of flexible automated systems; - basic knowledge of the basics of digital processing of signals and images, based on the modern methods of signal conversion; - ability to evaluate and select the functional components of the automated design system; - basic knowledge of theoretical foundations of construction, methods of analysis, synthesis and optimization of automatic control systems; - basic knowledge of remote control and monitoring systems.
Academic mobility: No, but mobility is encouraged and recognized in accordance with procedures ECTS
Work placement(s): Practice Research on the theme master's qualifying work
Programme director: Doctor of Technical Sciences, prof. Buchma Igor Mikhailovich (032-258-21-97. e-mail: Ihor.M.Buchma@lpnu.ua)
Access to further studies: Obtaining third (educational and scientific / educational and creative) level