University Structure

Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics

Anton Pyrkin

The Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics is the first research unit in ITMO University to focus primarily on the field of Robotics. The Faculty acts as part of the School of Computer Technologies and Control.

The Faculty trains professional engineers. Graduates specialize in Robotics, Automatic Control Systems, Power Engineering, Navigation Systems, Mechatronics and Instrumentation.

Currently, the Faculty offers the following academic programs:

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

  • 09.03.01 “Informatics and Computer Science”

  • 12.03.01 “Instrumentation Engineering”

  • 13.03.02 “Electrical Technology and Electrical Power Engineering”

  • 15.03.06 “Mechatronics and Robotics”

  • 24.03.02 “Motion Control Systems and Navigation”

  • 27.03.04 “Control in Technical Systems”

Master’s Degree Programs

  • 09.03.01 “Informatics and Computer Science”

  • 12.03.01 “Instrumentation Engineering”

  • 13.03.02 “Electrical Technology and Electrical Power Engineering”

  • 15.03.06 “Mechatronics and Robotics”

  • 24.03.02 “Motion Control Systems and Navigation”

  • 27.03.04 “Control in Technical Systems”

The main areas of research pursued by the Faculty are

  • Intelligent control of mechatronic and robotic systems and complexes;

  • Modelling and design of energy-efficient electrical technology complexes and computer-controlled systems;

  • Adaptive and nonlinear management of complex dynamical systems;

  • Navigation, steering and control of moving objects;

  • Automated systems for technological preparation of production, automated design systems and AI in instrumentation.

The Faculty has initiated the launch of the following laboratories and centers

  • Adaptive and Nonlinear Control Systems Lab;

  • Laboratory of Power Electronics and Automated Electric Drive;

  • International Laboratory “Integrated Navigation and Attitude Reference Systems”;

  • Laboratory of Multi-Agent, Distributed, and Networked Control Systems;

  • Laboratory of Geometrical Methods in Control and Application.

The Faculty’s scientific research areas

  • Nonlinear and adaptive control under uncertainty;

  • Electromechanical systems and control tools;

  • Automated design, computer system element and node technology;

  • Integrated navigation systems and traffic control.

The Faculty maintains partnership with the world’s leading universities, scientific centers and companies, such as

  • Beijing University of Technology, China;

  • Warsaw University of Technology, Poland;

  • Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands;

  • Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland;

  • Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia;

  • Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany;

  • Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences, Germany;

  • École Centrale de Lille, France;

  • Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France;

  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany;

  • “Diakont”, CJSC;

  • “Tekhpribor”, JSC;

  • “LOMO”, JSC;

  • “Bee Pitron group”, LLC;

  • “Concern CSRI Electropribor”, JSC;

  • Thermex Corporation;

  • Cisco Systems Corporation;

  • National Instruments;

  • GM Company.

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