Control of Cyber-Physical Systems


Partner University: ITMO University

Place of Study: ITMO University
Outcome (diploma or credits): Master of Science (ITMO University)
Duration: 2 Years, 120 credits
Language: English
Application Deadline: 15 July 2019
Admission Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in the field of automatic control, system analysis, data processing, or equivalent field, with excellent/good grades; upper-intermediate level of English*
Annual Tuition Fee: 219 000 rubles for Russian students, 239 000 rubles for international students

Career options: there is an ocean of opportunities out there for skilled professionals in automatic control systems and systems analysis. Our graduates work as research engineers, system analysts, and developers in scientific centers, navigation companies, marine, automobiles, and aviation industries, as well as in such fields as robotics and digital technologies.

In a world where technologies develop at an increasingly fast pace, finding a stable and rewarding job is quite a challenge. The only way to keep up with the changing market and achieve professional and financial success is to become an expert in the field that will remain relevant for decades to come. Control of cyber-physical systems will definitely play a significant role in the global economy for many years ahead.

This is an interdisciplinary field. Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are used everywhere: household and industrial automation, automobiles, mechatronics and robotics, navigation, aviation and so on.

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*The applicants are required to pass entrance examination successfully.

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international@mail.ifmo.ru

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