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Instruments and Systems for Mining and Technical Supervision and Control
12.04.01 Instrument-Making


Overview
In the process of training under this program, students master research, development and technology aimed at developing the theory, production and application of instruments, systems and methods designed for receiving, registering and processing information about the environment, technical and biological objects in the field of mining, gas and oil, transport and processing technologies in order to increase productivity and ensure industrial safety. The objects of professional activity include optical-electronic, electronic-mechanical, magnetic electromagnetic, optical, thermo-physical, acoustic and acoustic and optical methods; devices, complexes, systems and element base of instrument-making; production technology of elements, devices and systems; software and information and measuring technology in instrument-making

Reasons for choosing a course
  • The opportunity to engage in scientific activities during training at St. Petersburg Mining University
  • Possibility of included studies at foreign partner universities with the issuance of internationally recognized diplomas
  • An integrated approach to learning, including a statistics and physical diagnostics methods and modern teaching techniques for all theoretical and practical skills
  • High demand on the job market for scientific personnel with deep knowledge of the features of scientific research in the field of instruments and methods for monitoring natural environment, substances, materials, products and technical objects of enterprises in the mining, oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical industries, mineral raw materials and fuel and energy complexes

Направление
подготовки
12.04.01 Instrument-Making
Degree
Master
Mode of attendance
Full-time
Duration
2 years
Admission tests
Field-specific entrance examination, Diploma grade-point average, Final qualifying work grade
Number of contract-based openings
5
State-financed openings
5
Tuition fees
130 000 RUB per semester
Career opportunities
Graduates of this program find jobs in leading companies in the mineral raw materials and fuel and energy complex; expert and production and technological departments of research, design, and industrial institutions; government bodies, consulting companies, etc. as specialists in non-destructive testing, experts, heads of technical or expert departments, engineers, researchers, etc
Field of study
  • Information technology in instrumentation
  • Mathematical modeling in instrumentation systems
  • History and methodology of instrumentation
  • Fundamentals of ensuring mining and industrial safety
  • Theoretical foundations of the control of technical and natural objects
  • Modern instruments and systems for mining and industrial safety
  • Devices and methods of non-destructive testing of materials and products
  • Devices and methods of remote control
  • Wireless technologies in the quality control of materials and products
  • Methods and tools for quality control of materials and products in the production process
Our alumni
Graduate professional skills
  • Ability to protect the priority and novelty of research results, using legal frameworks to protect intellectual property
  • Skills in the design and construction of nodes, blocks, devices and systems using computer-aided design, design calculations and feasibility studies.
  • Capacity and ability to choose the optimal method and develop experimental research programs, take measurements with a choice of technical means and process the results
  • Knowledge for the development of functional and structural diagrams of devices and systems with the definition of their physical principles of operation, structures and the establishment of technical requirements for individual blocks and elements

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