Bachelor's program
Robotic systems

Robotic systems

QUALIFICATION

  • First Stage of Higher Education - Bachelor of Engineering and Technology

MODEL OF GRADUATING STUDENT

ON 1 Carry out a comprehensive analysis of scientific and technical information of domestic and foreign experience in the development and research of robots, mechatronic and robotic systems in order to research and develop new models and improve existing robots and robotic systems;
ON 2 Possess a physical and mathematical instrumental and scientific apparatus necessary to describe the technical characteristics of robots, mechatronic and robotic systems;
ON 3 Substantiate the structure and main stages of the design of robotic systems for the development of design and project documentation of mechanical, electrical and electronic components of mechatronic and robotic systems;
ON 4 Manufacture and assemble the designed modules of robots and robotic systems observing the technological process;
ON 5 Perform the necessary calculations of the electrical circuits of analog and digital electronic devices and design devices of robots and robotic systems in accordance with the technical specifications;
ON 6 Perform kinematic and strength calculations of the mechanical units of robots and robotic systems for designing new or upgrading existing robotic systems;
ON 7 Use modern computer-aided design systems when modeling and designing manipulator modules and robots;
ON 8 Critical to assess trends in the use of modern software packages in a robotic system for robot control and information processing;
ON 9 Master the development techniques of robot models and robotic systems;
ON 10 Participate in conducting preliminary tests of components of a prototype of a robot or robotic system according to programs and techniques;
ON 11 Perform laboratory and numerical experiments, evaluate the accuracy and reliability of the results of designing and modeling robots and robotic systems;
ON 12 Participate in the implementation of research and development results in the production of robots and robotic systems, work in a team, be communicative and have a systems mindset.

Program passport

Speciality Name
Robotic systems
Speciality Code
6B07110
Faculty
Mechanics and Mathematics

disciplines

Artificial Intelligence
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline to: - know the basic models of neural networks, methods and algorithms for their learning; - possess the skills to apply the basic models of neural networks. Issues related to intellectualization, methods of knowledge representation and their use in the construction of modern mechatronic and robotic systems, as well as related to the study of artificial intelligence, human thinking will be studied.

Basics of Robotics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to get acquainted with the basic concepts of robotics, the development of the principles of design, construction and control of robotic systems, the formation of modern ideas and skills in the field of complex automation of production processes for various purposes with the use of modern flexible automation tools – mechatronic devices and industrial robots. Basic concepts of robotics, robot design, principles of design, construction and management of robotic systems, principles and methodological foundations of mechatronic devices, modules, systems, device and principle of operation of industrial robots, manipulators, tongs, classification of mechatronic modules, robots and manipulators, their main technical characteristics. Design of manipulators and mobile robots, programming of manipulators and mobile robots.

CAD/CAM
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline knowledge formation in the subject area is to learn the computer usage procedures in design and manufacturing of components. To understand the principles in computer aided design and manufacture. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. indicate the main problems in the subject area; 2. describe the features and methods of design; 3. сreate 2D and 3D part geometry using soft tools; 4. рrogram the CNC machines; 5. demonstrate the working principle of computer aided manufacturing processes; 6. use of various software packages. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: 2D and 3D transformations; Modeling of curves, surfaces and solids; Standards for computer graphics. Computer aided Manufacturing: Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming with interactive graphics, APT language, geometry, motion and auxiliary statements, macro statements, post processors, Computer aided material handling, inspection and processes planning, flexible manufacturing, group technology, robotics and machine vision, design for manufacturability and concurrent engineering.

Computer Vision
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: to form theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the areas of computer and computer vision and their use. Will be studied: The emergence of computer vision. The main components of computer vision systems. Mathematical description of images. Principles of imaging. Light and color. Image analysis. Noise elimination. Basics of image analysis in various spectral ranges. Basics of machine learning.

Culturology
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim of discipline is to form a bachelor's understanding of the specifics of the development of national culture in the context of world culture and civilization, need to preserve the cultural code of the Kazakh people, ability to pursue in independent professional activity a strategy of preserving the cultural heritage of the Kazakh people in a dynamically changing multicultural world and society.

Digital design
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation of knowledge in the field of digital design. As a result of the training, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge in the field of digital design; 2. meet the requirements of the technical specifications for the design of digital devices; 3. use the tools and methods of computer-aided design when developing digital devices; 4. carry out measurements of the parameters of the designed devices and determine the reliability indicators; 5. to conduct experimental studies; 6. develop schemes for digital devices based on integrated circuits of various degrees of integration. This course covers the types of digital design, electronics management, the creation and use of models of robots, the use of different sensors, localization, navigation and planning, programming of robots.

Electronics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The goal of the course is to develop students' knowledge of the fundamentals of electronics in the design and calculation methods of electronic devices. Course objectives - the student must master the principles of the device and the physical fundamentals of semiconductor devices, their characteristics and parameters, as well as the basic principles of building analog electronic circuits, signal generators, the principles of operation of integrated circuits, and the student must learn the principles of construction and functioning of integrated logic elements, methods of synthesis of logical devices of combinational and sequential types. Obtaining knowledge, skills and abilities to read structural and schematic diagrams of electronic devices, to understand the principles of their work and to make the right choice of elements of electronic equipment. Student must know: - principle of operation and design features of electronic devices; - physical phenomena occurring in electronic devices; - the main characteristics of electronic devices; - conduct research and analyze physical phenomena in electronic circuits. should be able to: - experimentally determine the parameters and characteristics of electronic devices and devices; - to measure electrical quantities in semiconductor devices; - design electronic components, understand and be able to read simple diagrams of standard electronic equipment; - use various electronic devices in electrical circuits, choose the types of electronic devices, depending on the characteristics of their application.

Foreign Language
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The course is the integrative part of continuing foreign language education cycle and is aimed at further development of receptive( reading, listening)productive(speaking, writing) skills, intercultural and interpersonal competences for using English as the tool of communication.

Information and Communication Technologies (in English)
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: ICT role in key sectors of development of society. Standards in the field of ICT. Introduction to computer systems. Architecture of computer systems. Software. Operating systems. Human-computer interaction. Database systems. Microsoft Office Excel 2016 for Windows Ranges & Tables. Networks and telecommunications. Cybersafety. Internet technologies. Cloud and mobile technologies. Multimedia technologies. Smart Technology. E-technologies. Electronic business. E-learning. Electronic government. Information technologies in the professional sphere. Industrial ICT. Perspectives of development of ICT.

Kazakh (Russian) Language
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of "Kazakh language": to provide qualitative study of the Kazakh language as a means of social, intercultural, professional and personal communication through the formation of communicative competence in all types of speech activity in accordance with the requirements of qualification level certification in the Kazakh language. The aim of the course is to improve the phonetic, lexico-grammatical skills of the linguist, to improve the skills of writing the grammatical, syntactical, stylistic features of the Kazakh language in the literary norm. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - to provide the actual content of the text, to formulate their conceptual information, to describe the final sections of the text and its individual structural elements (pragmatic focus); - to request and report information according to the terms of the relationship, evaluate participants' actions, and use information as a means of influence on the interviewer in the context of cognition and communication in accordance with certification requirements; - to create speech behavioral programs in the conditions of personal, social and professional communication in accordance with the requirements of certification of the language, culture, the field of communication; - to discuss ethical, cultural and social issues of debates, to express their opinion, to prove it, to critically evaluate the opinions of the interviewees; - to participate in situations of different communication in order to realize their personal intentions and needs (domestic, educational, social, cultural), ethically correct, substantial, lexical-grammatical and pragmatic; - be able to compile household, socio-cultural, official-business texts using lexical-grammatical and pragmatic materials that correspond to the generally accepted norms, functional orientation, and level of certification. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The curriculum is aimed at studying general education "Kazakh language" in updated content and formation of interpersonal, social-humanitarian world view of students in the context of state programs within the national idea of spiritual renewal. It is designed to provide a qualitative study of the Kazakh language in the context of Kazakh national culture as a social, intercultural, professional and communicative tool through the formation of communicative competence in all forms of speech according to the level of qualification of students.

Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of teaching the discipline is to form students' knowledge of the basics of linear algebra, in which one of the most important ideas of mathematics is central - ideas of linearity, implemented in such concepts as linear operations, linear dependence and independence, rank, linear space, linear and bilinear transform. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. formulate basic concepts and apply these concepts to various mathematical situations; 2. describe the basic fundamental concepts of linear algebra: the basis of linear algebra and the method of coordinates; all forms and equations of geometric objects of the first and second order, basic definitions, theorems, rules, methods and formulas of linear algebra; 3. analyze the application of the theory in different situations, compare and compare the results obtained; 4. provide written explanations of key concepts from the course; 5. clearly present and explain solutions to problems, both in written and oral form; 6. apply mathematical reasoning and mathematical analysis to solve theoretical and applied problems. The course "Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry" studies the following topics: complex numbers; systems of linear equations; Gauss method; operations on matrices and their properties; determinants and their properties; concept of group, ring, field; linear space; vector algebra and coordinate method.

Materials mechanics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The objectives of teaching the discipline to give simple and practical methods and methods for calculating structural elements for strength, rigidity and stability for solving a wide range of engineering and applied problems. The task of the discipline the study of the discipline is designed to help students gain strength, rigidity and stability, the ability to apply to modern testing machines and measuring equipment. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to: 1. to formulate the basic principles, provisions and hypotheses of resistance of materials; 2. describe the methods and practical methods for calculating rods, flat and volumetric constructions under various force, deformation and temperature effects; 3. competently make design schemes; 4. to determine theoretically and experimentally the internal forces, stresses, deformations and displacements in the rods, plates and bulk elements of building structures; 5. to calculate the stress-strain state of the rods, flat and spatial elements of structures under various influences using theoretical methods using modern computer technology, ready-made programs; 6. analyze the exact results of any structural elements and machine parts for strength, rigidity and stability; 7. to choose structural materials and forms that provide the required indicators of reliability, safety, economic and structural efficiency. In this course, students will learn axial tension-compression rods; torsion round rods; flat bending of beams; displacement in pivotal systems with arbitrary loading; disclosure of static indeterminacy of core systems by the method of forces; stability of compressed rods; mechanical characteristics of materials.

Mathematical Analysis 1
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of studying the discipline is to obtain basic knowledge in the field of continuous mathematics, to master and be able to use such concepts as limit, continuity, derivative and integral. The task of studying the discipline is to teach students to apply the resulting mathematical apparatus to solve a specific problem. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. explain the key concepts of mathematical analysis (sequence, limit, continuity, derivative, basic theorems of existence and uniqueness of the solution) in the context of the relevant theories; 2. apply methods and techniques for solving problems from different sections of mathematical analysis (limit, continuity, derivative, and integral); 3. solve typical problems (finding the exact faces of numerical sets, examining the sequence for convergence, examining the function for the presence of a limit at a point, for continuity at a point and on a set, for finding the derivative of a function) using the methods of mathematical analysis; 4. solve applied problems using geometrical and mechanical meanings of the derivative; 5. use various methods for integrating and applying certain integrals in geometry, mechanics and physics; 6. investigate the convergence of series using various signs of convergence. In this course, students will study the elements of set theory; sequences; function limit; continuous, monotone and derived functions; differential calculus; main theorems on differentiable functions; Taylor formula; plotting function.

Mathematical Analysis 2
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation of students' knowledge of the fundamental concepts of mathematical analysis, methods of integral calculus of functions of one real variable and their applications. Course objectives include the development of students' logical thinking and mathematical culture to study other subjects. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. to formulate the basic concepts of mathematical analysis and to be able to apply them to various mathematical situations; 2. describe the fundamental concepts of mathematical analysis 2: the theory of integral calculus, the theory of number series, the theory of functional series, functions of several variables; 3. provide written explanations of key concepts from the course; 4. analyze and explain solutions to problems both in writing and orally; 5. apply mathematical reasoning and mathematical analysis to solve theoretical and applied problems of mechanics; 6. have the skills to work with special literature. Be able to: use a variety of methods of integration and the use of certain fishing-integration in geometry, mechanics and physics; examine the convergence of the series, using a variety of signs of convergence. To know: basic properties of non-definite integral. Improper integrals 1 and II kind. Absolute and conditional convergence of improper integrals. The properties of convergent series. Signs of the uniform convergence of functional sequences and series. Power series. Owning: practical skills of using different integration methods and applications of definite integrals in geometry and mechanics; examine the convergence of the series and features the extremum.

Mechanics of robots
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The aim of the course is to provide students with system knowledge in the field of robotics. The goal of the course is that students should: have an idea of the current state and methods of solving robotics tasks and be able to solve the problems of kinematics with the help of computer technology, determine the working space of the robot, plan the trajectory of the robot's movement, analyze the results and draw valid conclusions. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. to systematize the kinematic pairs, the structure of mechanisms and determine the number of degrees of freedom of mechanisms and manipulators; 2. to classify the structure of manipulators and reproduce the structural synthesis of single-circuit multi-movable manipulators; 3. develop mathematical models of manipulator kinematics problems using homogeneous vectors and matrices; 4. calculate direct and inverse kinematics problems of manipulators; 5. to formulate direct and inverse problems of dynamics according to the equations of motion of the Euler-Lagrange manipulators; 6. evaluate direct and inverse problems of dynamics for an open kinematic chain. To know general information about manipulation robots, direct and inverse problem, robot working space and path planning of the manipulator, vision system, programming languages of robots. To be able to solve the problems of kinematics with the help of computer technology, determine the working space of the robot, plan the trajectory of the robot's movement, analyze the results obtained and draw justified conclusions. Master the methods of solving problems of robotics and methods of analyzing the results.

Microprocessor circuitry
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of studying the discipline "Microprocessor circuitry" is to familiarize students with the basics of digital microprocessor circuitry and their practical application in robotic systems. The objectives of the course are to give an idea about the development of digital microprocessor circuitry, about the architecture and programming of typical microprocessor systems, about the methods of automated modeling and design of electronic circuits. The study of the discipline consists of the stages of mastering knowledge in the field of basic logic elements, combination chips and complex microprocessor systems. Student must know - the principle of operation of digital integral elements, their classification, labeling and conventional graphic images; methods of pairing and assembling complex devices; composition and purpose of microprocessor devices and methods for their programming; must be able to - design digital nodes, including those based on microprocessor elements; read and understand schematic diagrams; read, understand and draw functional diagrams; select the necessary chips and elements according to reference information for the implementation of circuits apply theoretical knowledge to solve problems associated with the construction of digital and microprocessor systems and devices.

Mobile robots
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of teaching the discipline is to master the fundamentals of robotics and the formation of the knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies necessary for the use of mobile robotic systems. To teach modern developments in robotics in the field of education. To teach students a set of basic technologies used to create mobile robots. The objectives of the discipline are familiarization with the types and design of mobile robots, organizing the movement and control of a robot in space, creating and applying kinematic models of a mobile robot, using various sensors, solving problems of localization, navigation and planning, programming mobile robots. - To know the principles of action and the mathematical description of the components of mobile robotic systems; the basic principles of designing automation systems and facility management; real-time various assignments using procedural object-oriented modeling of design methods; - Know the composition of the design project documentation of electrical and electronic components (including microprocessor) mobile robotic systems; the composition of the working design documentation of mechanical assembly units and parts of mobile robotic systems; Modern systems for modeling mobile robotic systems. - To be able to perform computational and graphic works on the design of information, electromechanical, electro-hydraulic, electronic and microprocessor modules of mobile robotic systems; evaluate the designed components and assemblies for cost-effectiveness. - To possess experience in the design of automation systems and control, the use of software and hardware to build mobile robotic systems.

Modern History of Kazakhstan
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [РК1+MT1+РК2+ ГЭК] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of discipline: to give students objective historical knowledge of the main stages of the history of modern Kazakhstan; to direct students’ attention to the problems of the formation and development of statehood and historical and cultural processes; to explain students the essence of the fundamental problems of history; to teach them the scientific methods of historical knowledge; to form a scientific world outlook and citizenship among students. As a result of studying the discipline, the following abilities of students will be formed: - substantiate and explain the historical background and periods of the formation of an independent Kazakhstan statehood in the context of the world and Eurasian historical process; - conduct a critical-comparative and retrospective analysis of individual phenomena and events of the historical past with a common paradigm of the world-historical development of human society based on the new positions of modern Kazakhstan; - build and predict the immanent advantages, features, and significance of the Kazakhstan development model; - identify and evaluate the knowledge of analytical and axiological analysis in the study of complex historical processes, phenomena and the role of historical personalities in the history of modern Kazakhstan; - form own opinion of the students on the modernization of Kazakhstan society, acquire historical knowledge to determine the objectivity of events taking place in modern Kazakhstan and the world community. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Conceptual framework for the study of national history; the origins and continuity of the Kazakh statehood: antiquity, the Middle Ages and the new time; patterns of political, socio-economic and cultural development of the state; Kazakhstan on the way to the Independence: the stages of the formation of the idea of a national state. Civil and political confrontation; the implementation of the Soviet model of state construction; contradictions and consequences of Soviet reforms in Kazakhstan in the second half of the twentieth century; the policy of "perestroika" in Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan’s model of economic development; social modernization is the basis of the well-being of society; ethnic-demographic processes and the strengthening of interethnic harmony; social and political development prospects and spiritual modernization; the policy of forming a new historical consciousness and worldview of the people of the Great Steppe; Kazakhstan is a state-recognized by modern world; N.A. Nazarbayev is a person in history; the formation of a united future nation.

Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Целью преподавания дисциплины является формирование у будущих специалистов современных теоретических знаний в области обыкновенных дифференциальных уравнений. В результате изучения дисциплины студенты будут способны: 1. демонстрировать знание основных понятий дифференциальных уравнений, их использование в разных сферах; 2. демонстрировать знание правил и теории классической и современной математики, методов решения специальных дифференциальных уравнений и систем уравнений; 3. составлять дифференциальные уравнения для простых задач физики и механики; 4. применять методы для решения классических дифференциальных уравнений первого порядка аналитически; графически и приближенно; 5. решать наиболее важные для приложений дифференциальные уравнения второго порядка; 6. составлять и решать простые системы и освоить методы решения линейных систем дифференциальных уравнений. The purpose of teaching the discipline is to form the future specialists of modern theoretical knowledge in the field of ordinary differential equations. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts of differential equations, their use in various fields; 2. demonstrate knowledge of the rules and theory of classical and modern mathematics, methods for solving special differential equations and systems of equations; 3. to make differential equations for simple problems of physics and mechanics; 4. apply methods to solve classical differential equations of the first order analytically; graphically and approximately; 5. solve the most important second-order differential equations for applications; 6. compose and solve simple systems and master the methods of solving linear systems of differential equations. In this course, students will study first order differential equations; general theory of differential equations; first order linear partial differential equations.

Philosophy
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation in students of a holistic system concept of philosophy as a special form of knowledge of the world, its main sections, problems and methods of studying them in the context of future professional activity. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - describe the main content of ontology and metaphysics in the context of the historical development of philosophy; - explain the specifics of the philosophical interpretation of reality; - to classify the methods of scientific and philosophical knowledge of the world; - to substantiate the role and importance of key worldview concepts as values of social and personal being of a person in the modern world; - to conduct research relevant to identifying the philosophical content of problems in the professional field and to present the results for discussion. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: The emergence and development of philosophy. The emergence of philosophy. The subject and method of philosophy. Historical types of philosophy. Fundamentals of philosophical understanding of the world. The problem of being. Ontology and metaphysics. Consciousness and language. Cognition and creativity. Scientific and extra-scientific knowledge. Science and technology Philosophy of man and the value world. Life and death. Meaning of life. Ethics. Philosophy of values. Freedom. Aesthetics. Perception and creation of beauty. Society and culture. Philosophy of history. "Mangilik El" and "Ruhani zhangyru" - the philosophy of the new Kazakhstan.

Physical Training
  • Number of credits - 8
  • Type of control - РК(с оценкой)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to improve health, increase working capacity, maintain an active lifestyle, characterize the tasks and functions of physical culture. The training course forms the proper level of physical fitness, necessary for the development of professional skills in the process of learning at the university. Discipline is aimed at the positive influence of physical culture on professional activities and on a healthy lifestyle. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: - to form students' knowledge of the theory, history and methods of physical culture; - to teach students practical skills and habits of various sports, modern and motor and recreational systems; - to form in the student a sustainable positive motivational-value relation to a healthy lifestyle; - develop a student's readiness for self-determination, self-improvement and self-development in the field of physical culture. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: understanding of the social role of physical culture in personal development and preparing bachelor for professional activities; knowledge of scientific, biological and practical bases of physical culture and healthy lifestyle.

Physics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to form students' ideas about the modern physical picture of the world and the scientific worldview, ability to use the fundamental laws, theories of classical and modern physics, as well as methods of physical research as the basis of the system of professional activity. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate their knowledge and understanding: the nature and practice of thermophysics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, the use and use of thermal physics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism; the effects of thermophysics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism on society and the environment; 2. use appropriate information technology for research and develop core competence in the use of technology. 3. collect, analyze and interpret the information and the results of the study; 4. analyzing statistical data, apply mathematical concepts to help analyze data, transfer information and build tables and graphs, develop key competences using mathematical ideas and methods. 5. To work as an individual and as a member of a group to conduct research, and thereby develop key competences, plan and organize activities, and work with other people and groups. The course «Physics» with the courses of higher mathematics and theoretical mechanics forms the basis of theoretical training of engineers and plays the role of a fundamental base of engineering and technical activity.The course «Electromagnetism» is built on the system of knowledge: on field electrostatic interactions in vacuum, the disclosure of factors and patterns of learning processes about dielectric and conductive media, electrical conductivity and contact phenomena in various media, apply modern strategies for the development of nature and the laws of the magnetic field, the law of electromagnetic induction, the Maxwell equations system, аs well as the study of the foundations of the theory of electromagnetism.

Political Science
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim of discipline is to study the formation and functioning of politics, the preparation of students to participate in the political life of the country, the formation of an active civic position. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. describe the features of the organization and functioning of political institutions (institutions of representation and coordination of interests); 2. demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms and principles of the functioning of political power, political institutions, internal, external, world politics and international relations; 3. demonstrate an understanding of the essence and laws of the functioning and development of politics, its role in various spheres of society’s life; 4. justify the interconnection of political systems and political regimes; 5. evaluate the degree of objectivity of political information from different sources, to give reasoning for expressing one’s civil position, to evaluate facts, events, phenomena on the basis of analysis of the political strategy and national interests of modern states; Purpose of the discipline: The academic discipline “Political science” forms knowledge of the laws and laws of world politics and modern political processes, explaining the essence and content of the policy of national states, on the basis of ensuring national security and the realization of national interests. The study of this discipline promotes an understanding of internal and external connections and relationships, main trends and patterns regularities, operating in different political systems, the elaborationof objective criteria for the social dimension of politics.

Psychology
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of studying of the discipline is to provide scientifically grounded training of highly qualified specialists on the basis of studying the fundamental concepts of psychology management, creating the necessary prerequisites for theoretical understanding and practical application of the most important management problems related to the process of professional development within the chosen specialty. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. to know basics of psychological science and practice necessary to improve the effectiveness of professional activities; 2. understand the psychological patterns and phenomena arising in professional and scientific-pedagogical activities; 3. to critically analyze life and professional situations from the point of view of psychology, to see the relationship between the behavior and results of individual and collective activities, resources development opportunities; 4. integrate psychological information into general knowledge and formulate judgments; 5. use psychological knowledge to make effective decisions, implement successful communication strategies in personal life and professional activities; effectively use psychological knowledge in order to develop own personality and team. This course will familiarize master degree students with scientific knowledge corresponding to the current level of development of psychological science and practice. The subject, branches, methods of psychology, patterns of development and functioning of mental processes, properties and states of personality, communication, basics of effective interaction and conflict overcoming, self-development and self-presentation will be examined, taking into account the professional and scientific-pedagogical activity of master degree students.

Robot Drives
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to build knowledge and professional competence in the field of electrical machines, to give knowledge in the field of creating models of mechanisms that use electromechanical systems as energy converters, actuators, sensors, measuring devices, serve as elements of automatic control systems and robotic devices. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge in the field of electric cars; 2. to analyze the design, principle of operation and characteristics of transformers and electric machines of direct and alternating current, electric motors, generators, trends in the development of electric machines, etc; 3. connect and test electrical machines and transformers; 4. calculate, measure and analyze the parameters and main characteristics of electrical machines and transformers; 5. to simulate the behavior of robots, determine the optimal parameters of mechanisms and robots that affect their design. This course deals with the differential equations of electromechanical systems with lumped parameters, the application of differential equations to the study of electromechanical systems, design, principle of operation and characteristics of transformers, robot drivers and electric machines of direct and alternating current.

Robots and robotic systems сontrol
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The aim of the course is to provide students with system knowledge in the field of control of robotic systems and manipulators. The goal of the course is that students should: have an idea of the current state and methods of solving the problems of controlling robotic systems and be able to solve problems of dynamics and manipulation robot control with the help of computer technology. As a result of studying the discipline, the master student will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge of the nature, methods of application, advantages and disadvantages of various methods of control of robotic systems; 2. choose various methods of control of robotic systems for solving one or another practical research problem; 3. to evaluate the various methods of control of robotic systems, about the possibilities and prospects of these methods; 4. solve the problems of planning the trajectories, dynamics and control of robotic systems; 5. analyze the results and draw reasonable conclusions. In this course, students will get acquainted with the basics of control theory, with the management of robotic systems and manipulators: the planning of trajectories of the manipulator, the manipulation of the manipulator, the multi-joint robot control device, and adaptive control.

Signals and Systems
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation of knowledge and professional competence in digital signal processing, clarification of the role and significance of digital signal processing in receiving and transmitting information, features and advantages of digital signal representation, studying digital conversion algorithms, implementing digital processing in telecommunication, information-measuring and radiophysical systems and its application in various fields of science, technology and production. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge of the application of digital signal processing, modern element base for the implementation of digital signal processing systems; 2. understand the basic methods of converting discrete (digital) signals, conduct their comparative analysis; 3. design (synthesize and calculate parameters) of digital filters of various types; 4. use a mathematical apparatus to describe digital signals and systems; 5. apply various methods and algorithms of digital filtering; 6. develop software applications for the implementation of digital signal processing systems. This course covers the definition and classification of digital filters, methods of mathematical description of digital filters in the time and frequency domain, forms of the structural implementation of digital filters, their mathematical descriptions and implemented processing algorithms, etc.

Sociology
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - SociologyThe purpose of teaching the discipline "General and Applied Sociology" is to form a systematic notion of students about sociology as a science, development of sociological theory and branches of sociology, to teach skills in the application of methods of sociological research and analysis of data in professional and daily life. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. to explain social interactions, phenomena and processes, social changes in the world on the basis of macro- and microsociological theories; 2. to interpret the basic sociological concepts and theories with the purpose of studying social processes; 3. to demonstrate the ability to find available sources of sociological information, generalize and analyze data; 4. to use methods of sociological research, be able to plan, organize and conduct mini-research on student projects; 5. to form skills in the analysis of texts and writing essays, discussions, effective work in a group, presentation of research results. The course presents general questions of theory and history of sociology, methodology and methods of sociological research, special sociological theories. This course is aimed at shaping the sociological imagination of students, basic ideas about the subject and methods of sociological research, topical problems and sociology branches. It offers students the main concepts of sociological theory and effective technologies for studying various spheres of modern society.

Software for mechatronic and robotic systems
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of studying the discipline is to gain knowledge of the software structure of mechatronic and robotic systems, the formation of skills and competences for developing such software. Objectives of the discipline: - to study the classes of software mechatronic and robotic systems, and their purpose; - to study the features of software development of robotic systems; - familiarize yourself with common software development tools. - master the technology of designing, developing and debugging software for mechatronic and robotic systems. The process of studying the discipline is aimed at the formation of the following competencies: the ability to develop software necessary for information processing and control in mechatronic and robotic systems, as well as for their design; the ability to carry out experiments on existing layouts, samples of mechatronic and robotic systems using specified methods and process the results using modern information technologies and technical means; the ability to carry out computational experiments using standard software packages to study mathematical models of mechatronic and robotic systems. As a result of studying the discipline, the student must: Know: Features of the software development processes mechatronic and robotic systems. Be able to: Develop and debug software of mechatronic and robotic systems that implement control algorithms. Master: Software data processing skills in information systems.

Theoretical mechanics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is to give students a deep understanding of the basic laws of mechanical movement of the mechanical systems under study, to master the theoretical methods of studying relevant phenomena, processes, to teach students to independently apply their knowledge to applied problems. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  apply the general laws of mechanical movement and particular cases of the impact of force systems;  translate specific tasks into their corresponding mathematical models;  master the basic laws, theorems and principles of theoretical mechanics;  use patterns to solve practical problems;  demonstrate the experience of using basic methods for solving specific tasks on the balance and movement of mechanical systems. Theoretical and applied mechanics studies the General laws of mechanical-mechanical motion and interaction, which are common to any material bodies. In this regard, mechanical movements of their supposed simple models are considered here instead of complex structures of physical bodies. For models of material bodies in theoretical mechanics, a material point, a mechanical system of a material point, an absolute solid body is taken. In theoretical mechanics, the equilibrium of material bodies is also considered, since the state of rest of the body is an independent type of mechanical movement.

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disciplines

Algorithmization and programming
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The goal of the course is to form professional competencies in аlgorithmization and programming in high-level languages, to develop basic skills of object-oriented programming, to provide a multi-threaded graphical user interface and network programming in high-level languages. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. apply the techniques of structured (functional) decomposition to break a program into smaller pieces; 2. write clear and comprehensive program documentation; 3. write programs that use data structures, including arrays, strings, linked lists, stacks, queues, sets, and maps; 4. design, implement, test, debug, and document recursive functions, GUI, event-driven programs; 5. design, implement, test, debug, and document in object-oriented programming language. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: the structure of object-oriented programming using high-level languages, аlgorithms, simple data structures and object-oriented concepts, object-oriented design, event-driven programming, network programming in high level languages, enter data and print the results of the program, create, compile and run object-oriented programs using Visual Studio.

Automated design of robotic systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to introduce doctoral students to modern computer methods for automated calculation and design of robot parts, structural elements and assemblies, methods for performing finite element analysis in the computer environment. The tasks of the discipline are the acquisition of skills in the design of robot parts in the environment of computer, the acquisition of skills in the automated calculation and design of machine parts, mechanisms, structural elements and nodes in the computer system, the development of students in scientific thinking. As a result of studying the discipline, doctoral students will: - use the computer-aided design system; - use the computer system for modeling and research of robots and machines; - use the computer system for modeling and controlling robots. This course examines modern computer methods for automated calculation and design of robot parts, structural elements and assemblies, methods for performing finite element analysis in the environment of computer.

Automatic control
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the course is to form students' professional competences in the field of management theory, study the basic concepts and laws of the theory of managing processes in nature and technology, and develop skills in applying the methods and laws of management in solving problems. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. describe the main categories, definitions and concepts of control theory; 2. apply the obtained knowledge to solve the problems of controlling the motion of mechanical systems; 3. demonstrate the skills to solve the simplest optimization problems of theoretical and applied mechanics; The course covers the following topics: introduction to control theory, introduction to feedback control, system modeling, ordinary differential equations for control modeling, the concept of stability and its definition, Lyapunov stability and second-order systems, linear systems, research of linear systems, systems discrete time.

Automatic control systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the course is to form students' professional competences in the field of automatic control systems and management theory, study the basic concepts and laws of the theory of managing processes in nature and technology, and develop skills in applying the methods and laws of management in solving problems. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. describe the main categories, definitions and concepts of control theory; 2. apply the obtaned knowledge to solve the problems of controlling the motion of mechanical systems; 3. demonstrate the skills to solve the simplest optimization problems of theoretical and applied mechanics; The course covers the following topics: introduction to control theory, introduction to feedback control, system modeling, ordinary differential equations for control modeling, the concept of stability and its definition, Lyapunov stability and second-order systems, linear systems, research of linear systems, systems discrete time.

Collaborative Robotic Systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to build knowledge and professional competence in collaborative robotic systems, in modern methods of robotics, to use the opportunities of the educational environment to achieve personal, metasubject and subject-specific learning outcomes and to ensure the quality of the educational process by means of taught subjects. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge of the design features of various models, structures and mechanisms, collaborative robotic systems, computer environments, including a graphical programming language, as well as types of mobile and fixed connections in the designer; 2. use the created programs; 3. solve problems using a computer; 4. use basic algorithmic constructions for solving problems; 5. design different models; 6. apply acquired knowledge in practical activities; 7. to analyze the results and draw reasonable conclusions. This course discusses the main algorithmic structures to solve problems, the design of various models, types of movable and fixed joints in the constructor.

Design of mechatronic systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to familiarize students with the design of mechatronic systems, to simulate mechatronic motion modules, to create modern control systems for mechatronic systems. As a result of studying the discipline students will: - design mechatronic systems; - simulate mechatronic motion modules; - create modern control systems for mechatronic systems. In this course, the design of mechatronic systems, the modeling of mechatronic motion modules, the creation of modern control systems for mechatronic systems are considered.

Design of robots and robotic systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to introduce students to modern computer methods for automated calculation and design of robots and robotic systems, structural elements and assemblies, methods for performing finite element analysis in the computer environment. The tasks of the discipline are the acquisition of skills in the design of robot parts in the environment of computer, the acquisition of skills in the automated calculation and design of machine parts, mechanisms, structural elements and nodes in the computer system, the development of students in scientific thinking. As a result of studying the discipline, doctoral students will: - use the computer-aided design system; - use the computer system for modeling and research of robots and machines; - use the computer system for modeling and controlling robots. This course examines modern computer methods for automated calculation and design of robot parts, structural elements and assemblies, methods for performing finite element analysis in the environment of computer.

Designing mechatronic systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to familiarize students with the design of mechatronic systems, to simulate mechatronic motion modules, to create modern control systems for mechatronic systems. As a result of studying the discipline, students will: - design mechatronic systems; - simulate mechatronic motion modules; - create modern control systems for mechatronic systems. In this course, the design of mechatronic systems, the modeling of mechatronic motion modules, the creation of modern control systems for mechatronic systems are considered.

Electric Circuits
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation of knowledge in the field of electrical circuits. Upon successful completion of this discipline, students should be able to: 1. interpret the basic concepts of the circuit, such as voltage, current, power, energy, etc., using the laws of Ohm and Kirchhoff; 2. describe the main methods for calculating electrical circuits: methods for node voltages and mesh current; 3. аnalyze the schemes using the theorems of Thevenin and Norton; 4. Build a vector diagrams for the analysis of circuits on an alternating curren; 5. сircuit analysis with active, reactive and complex powers; 6. аnalyze the circuits with operational amplifiers; This discipline is devoted to students studying the basics of electrical circuits, basic elements and laws, methods of circuit analysis. Also gives the basic concepts of DC and AC circuits, circuit analysis methods, power ratings and operational amplifiers of both direct current and alternating current.

Electrical engineering
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation of knowledge in the field of electrical circuits and electrical engineering. As a result of studying the discipline, the students will be able to: 1. set up an equations according to Kirchhoff's laws for instantaneous values of voltages and currents, for the simplest circuits containing sources, resistive, inductive and capacitive elements. 2. apply classical methods of analysis of transients in electrical circuits with RLC elements. 3. solve differential equations applying the Laplace transform method to the analysis of processes in electrical circuits 4. determine the main characteristics of parallel and series-connected quadripoles. 5. compare the Laplace transform method with the Fourier transform method. 6. analyze electrical circuits with distributed parameters. This discipline is devoted to students studying the main definitions of electric and magnetic circuits, linear and nonlinear AC circuits, basic methods for calculating linear, nonlinear and magnetic circuits, conversion methods in elementary electric circuits, transient processes in RLC circuits. Contents of the discipline: аpplication of the Laplace transform method to the analysis of processes in electrical circuits. Methods of transformation in the simplest electrical circuits. Transient processes in RLC circuits. Quadripoles and active circuits. Connections of quadripoles. Circuits with distributed parameters.

Embedded Systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Learning the basic principles of control robots. The study of the basic principles of building information-measuring systems and control systems based on open platforms of microcontrollers, the formation of skills in the development of hardware and software for automated control systems and control of robots. Upon completion of the study of this course, students should be able to program robots, be able to connect various sensors and devices, as well as be able to calculate robots control algorithms.

Humanoid robots
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Formation of basic knowledge of humanoid robots, their applications and designs, as well as training in methods for calculating the parameters of humanoid robots. The objectives of the discipline are: the acquisition by students of the skills of calculating the kinematic and dynamic variables of the movement of humanoid robots; knowledge of humanoid robotic devices design. know: - about robotic devices of humanoid designs; - the composition and principles of construction of the systems of displacements of the component parts of robotic systems of humanoid execution. be able to: - develop mechanical components of robotic devices of humanoid designs. Humanoid robots and mechanisms. Classification and construction of humanoid robots. The use of humanoid mechanisms. Walking and mobile robots. Classification and design of walking bots. The use of walking robots. Direct and inverse problems of kinematics and dynamics.

Intellectual robots
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The goal of the discipline is to familiarize the students with the design, move in space, create kinematic models, use the sensors of mobile robots, teach how to solve problems of localization, navigation and planning, with techniques for programming intellectual robots. The objectives of the discipline are: Familiarization with the types and design of intellectual robots, the organization of movement and control of the robot in space, the creation and application of kinematic models of the mobile robot, the use of various sensors, the solution of localization, navigation and planning problems, the programming of intellectual robots. As a result of studying the discipline, students will: - Write down kinematics equations, driving dynamics of intellectual robots; - possess the methods of programming and solving kinematics equations, driving dynamics of intellectual robots in Matlab systems; - рossess methods for creating programs to manage intellectual robots when solving navigation and localization problems. This course examines the types and designs of intellectual robots, the organization of movement and control of the robot in space, the creation and application of kinematic models of intellectual robot, the use of various sensors, the solution of localization, navigation and planning problems, the programming of intellectual robots.

Mechatronics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to get acquainted with the basic concepts of мechatronics, the development of the principles of design, construction and control of мechatronic systems, the formation of modern ideas and skills in the field of complex automation of production processes for various purposes with the use of modern flexible automation tools – mechatronic devices and industrial robots. Basic concepts of мechatronics, мechatronics design, principles of design, construction and management of мechatronic systems, principles and methodological foundations of mechatronic devices, modules, systems, device and principle of operation of industrial robots, manipulators, tongs, classification of mechatronic modules, robots and manipulators, their main technical characteristics. Design of manipulators and мechatronic systems, programming of manipulators and мechatronic systems.

Microprocessor technology
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to build knowledge and professional competence in the field of microprocessors, to study the principles of operation of the microprocessor and microprocessor devices, as well as the general principles of construction of digital microelectronic devices. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge in the field of microprocessors, methods and methods for constructing microprocessor, microcontroller systems; 2. create microprocessor devices; 3. to analyze the stability of the microprocessor devices; 4. analyze the types of modern ways of configuring microprocessor embedded systems; 5. apply methods and methods for constructing microprocessor microcontroller systems; 6. analyze the results and draw reasonable conclusions. This course outlines the basics of the theory and design of microprocessors, outlines the methods for evaluating and choosing their architecture. The organization and operation of microprocesses is also considered.

Microprocessors
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to build knowledge and professional competence in the field of microprocessors, to study the principles of operation of the microprocessor and microprocessor devices, as well as the general principles of construction of digital microelectronic devices. As a result of studying the discipline, students will be able to: 1. demonstrate knowledge in the field of microprocessors, methods and methods for constructing microprocessor, microcontroller systems; 2. create microprocessor devices; 3. to analyze the stability of the microprocessor devices; 4. analyze the types of modern ways of configuring microprocessor embedded systems; 5. apply methods and methods for constructing microprocessor microcontroller systems; 6. analyze the results and draw reasonable conclusions. This course outlines the basics of the theory and design of microprocessors, outlines the methods for evaluating and choosing their architecture. The organization and operation of microprocesses is also considered.

Programming in High-Level Languages
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The goal of the course is to form professional competencies in programming in high-level languages, to develop basic skills of object-oriented programming, to provide a multi-threaded graphical user interface and network programming in high-level languages. When studying the discipline, the following issues will be considered: the structure of object-oriented programming using high-level languages, аlgorithms, simple data structures and object-oriented concepts, object-oriented design, event-driven programming, network programming in high level languages, enter data and print the results of the program, create, compile and run object-oriented programs using Visual Studio

Programming in Java
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim of discipline: to familiarize students with the basic principles of the object-oriented paradigm based on the Java language. After successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able: 1. describe the main language constructs; 2. form the syntax of the Java language 3. use the main scientific applied language libraries; 4. build a structural and logical scheme of the program; 5. Work with JDK 1.4 command line utilities;

Simulation of mechatronic systems
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to familiarize students with the design of mechatronic systems, to simulate mechatronic motion modules, to create modern control systems for mechatronic systems. As a result of studying the discipline, students will: - design mechatronic systems; - simulate mechatronic motion modules; - create modern control systems for mechatronic systems. In this course, the design of mechatronic systems, the modeling of mechatronic motion modules, the creation of modern control systems for mechatronic systems are considered.

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INTERNSHIPS

Pre-diploma practice
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description - The purpose of pre-diploma practice is holistic structuring a thesis on an approved topic. In the course of practice, the systematization of materials on the main sections of the thesis collected during the production practice at the enterprise, the analysis, and processing of statistical data, the development of recommendations for improving the activities of the enterprise, the design of the thesis in accordance with the requirements for the thesis are carried out.

Training
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description - The goal of practical training is: consolidating and deepening theoretical knowledge; acquisition of practical skills in the studied specialty; mastering the skills of using modern computer technologies and experimental methods in the specialty; familiarization with the production activities of institutions that are the bases of practice; familiarization with equipment, technology, organization of production of the enterprise, the acquisition of practical skills and organizational work in the specialty.

Training Practice
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description - The purpose of the training practice is to familiarize the student with the activities of the University, faculty, and Department, with educational programs implemented by the University, the specialty being taught, types, functions, and tasks of future professional activity. During the practice, the student passes safety instructions, performs independent work, fills out a practice diary, and makes a report on the practice.

Data for 2018-2021 years