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Mechatronics means interdisciplinary studies in the areas of engineering and technology. In general, it is a new approach to designing and manufacturing of innovative products. Mechatronics combines such fields as mechanics, electronics, controlling and computer engineering.
Graduates in Mechatronics are able to analyse, design and manufacture, operate and service complex interdisciplinary products. They are able to recognize real engineering problems and be ready to work as part of engineering teams in many different fields of industry, including automation, aviation, house equipment, consumer electronics, defense, software, manufacturing etc.
The studies consist of general and technical courses. General courses include mathematics, physics, chemistry, materials science, computer and control science, while technical courses include mechanical design, manufacturing processes, electronics, electrical engineering, CAD/CAM/CAE, measurements and signal processing, project management and software engineering.
The programme has been created because we believe it is very important for engineers nowadays to have a wide knowledge in many disciplines, as it helps them to achieve innovative solutions and be competitive on the global market.
For more information please contact:
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics
Professor Wojciech Lisowski