Automated electromechanical complexes and systems
13.04.02 Electrical power engineering and electrical engineering

In the course of training under this program, students acquire competences in the field of scientific foundations and skills for developing and studying the characteristics of modern and prospective automated electromechanical complexes and systems, including robotics and mechatronics, specialized electric drives for oil and gas and mining industry, control systems and converting equipment. Students receive extensive engineering and scientific experience thanks to the well-developed educational infrastructure, the best methods and approaches to the organization of students' educational and scientific work and vast experience of the teachers.

Reasons for choosing a course
  • Excellent education in science and engineering
  • Implementation of practice-oriented research projects in the course of training
  • Research and practical training and internships at national and international companies
  • The opportunity to participate in international and national conferences, contests, grants and scholarship programs
  • Opportunity to study for a double degree program at foreign partner universities
  • Options for enrollment in a postgraduate program.

13.04.02 Electrical power engineering and electrical engineering
Mode of attendance
2 years
Admission tests
Field-specific entrance examination, degree Grade Point Average, graduation evaluation
Total expected intake
State-financed openings
Tuition fees
260 000 RUB per year
Career opportunities
Graduates of this program are employed by leading companies, research and design organizations in the oil and gas, mining, oil and gas processing and mining and processing industry, heavy and power engineering, engineering, scientific centers and institutes for such positions as electrical engineer, electronics engineer, designer, designer, energy auditor, researcher, consultant and expert in the field of drives and conversion technology, energy efficiency, power equipment, automation, etc.
Field of study
  • Current challenges in electrotechnical sciences
  • Challenges of the theory of automatic control
  • Computer, network and information technology
  • Modeling and software control systems
  • Computer-aided engineering design of electric drive systems and automation of production processes
  • Monitoring and diagnostics of electromechanical and electrotechnical complexes and systems
  • Electric power consumption control at electromechanical complexes
  • Tools for computer design and design of electric drives
  • Intelligent control technology
  • Electromagnetic and electromechanical compatibility problems in electrotechnical complexes
Our alumni
Graduate professional skills
  • Ability to solve complex problems in synthesizing control systems for automated electromechanical complexes and systems
  • Knowledge of power and control elements of automated electromechanical complexes and systems
  • Ability to objectively analyze information contained in the existing engineering and scientific documentation on automated electromechanical complexes and systems
  • Organization and management of the development, production and implementation of automated electromechanical complexes and systems
  • Forecasting the development and integration of modern power and control elements in advanced automated electromechanical complexes and systems

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