Automation of Technological Processes and Production in Metallurgical Industry
15.03.04 Automation of Technological Processes and Production

In the course of studying, students start with basic disciplines: mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering graphics and descriptive geometry. Students of senior grades master the theoretical foundations of automation of metallurgical processes, familiarize with the basic metallurgical units, computer technologies in the field of automation and control. They also study the methods of designing and calculating the principal apparatus of the metallurgical industry

Reasons for choosing a course
  • Training in modeling of the mastered production processes
  • Several types of practical training at industrial sites
  • Graduate students have the opportunity to participate in the department’s research
  • Graduates of this specialization master the fundamentals of metallurgical technologies and metal production

15.03.04 Automation of Technological Processes and Production
Mode of attendance
4 years
Admission tests
Mathematics, Computer science and information and communication technologies (ICT), Russian
Number of contract-based openings
State-financed openings
Tuition fees
130 000 RUB per semester
Career opportunities
Graduates of this program are employed at such enterprises as: EuroChem International Holding, PhosAgro Group, Sibirsky Business Union Holding Company JSC, Alrosa Mining and OAO Processing Plant, Advantica Recruitment agency, Integrated Automation Association, OAO Mikhailovsky GOK and others as mining engineers, dispatchers of mining processing, system engineers, circuit engineers, designers of computing and automated systems, operators of automatic and semi-automatic lines
Field of study
  • Automation of metallurgical processes
  • Automation of technological processes in metallurgy
  • Introduction to technology management
  • Automation of product lifecycle management
  • Automated process control systems in metallurgy
  • Automation of technological processes and production
  • Computer technology in automation and control
  • Special control systems in metallurgy
  • Automation and control
  • Automatic control theory
Our alumni
Graduate professional skills
  • Ability to carry out technological and structural calculation of the main and auxiliary equipment
  • Practical experience with the equipment gained during the practical training
  • Ability to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the economic efficiency of the project
  • Competencies in special software systems that allow to model the main metallurgical processes

Additional opportunities
Learning foreign languages (English, German, French) in addition to studying Russian
University departments invite foreign lecturers to teach courses or deliver lectures on particular topics. These courses are taught in foreign languages.
Acquiring skills in working with modern software complexes and equipment
Research activities under the guidance of department professor and associate professors