In the learning process, students get acquainted with the modeling of objects and control systems; integrated design and management systems; intelligent control systems; storage and protection of computer information; technical and information systems support; designing a shared information space for virtual enterprises; special control systems in mechanical engineering; as well as methods and algorithms for processing signals and images.


15.04.04 Automation of Technological Processes and Production

Mode of attendance
Full time
2 years
Language of training
Admission tests for international students
Field-specific entrance examination, diploma grade-point average, final qualifying work grade
Tuition fees
300 000 RUB per semester
Reasons for choosing a course
  • Possibility of studying at Lappeenranta University of Technology under the double-degree program;

  • Opportunity to receive a demanded and well-paid profession in a dynamically developing industry;

  • Possibility of included studies at the Mining University of Leoben (Austria) and at other partner universities in the program;

  • Opportunity to engage in scientific activities under the guidance of department staff, including writing articles in peer-reviewed and cited journals.


Graduates work as engineers of instrumentation and automation (instrumentation and automation), industrial control system engineers, system engineers, circuit engineers, designers of computing and automated systems, operators of automatic and semi-automatic lines, developers of automated control systems, among others. Obtaining professional skills is possible at the major national enterprises, such as: ZAO Mechanobr-Technika, Kola Mining and Metallurgical Company (Zapolyarny), etc.

Field of study
Advanced engineering technologies;
Design of automation and control systems;
Methods and algorithms for processing signals and images;
Integrated logistic support for products at the stages of the life cycle;
Distributed computer information management systems;
Quality management information systems in automated and automatic production;
Special control systems in mechanical engineering;
Application programming;
Modern microprocessors and microcontrollers in control systems;
Computer technologies in the field of automation and control;
Modeling of objects and control systems;
Contactless measurement, control and safety systems in mechanical engineering.
Graduate skills
Solid basic engineering training;
Ability to create models and algorithms for solving problems in computer-aided design and process control systems in mechanical engineering;
Ability to participate in the calculations and design of tools and systems for monitoring, diagnostics, testing of elements of automation and control equipment in accordance with the statement of work using standard design automation tools;
Ability to find ways for solving research problems based on models and software algorithms;
Skills in the development of mathematical and applied software for process automation in mechanical engineering;
Developing practical skills in the diagnosis and control of automation.