12.04.01 Instrumentation Engineering (Information and Measuring Equipment and Technology in Innovation Industrial Projects)

Major: Information and Measuring Equipment and Technology in Innovation Industrial Projects

Level: Master's degree programme

Duration of training: 2 years

Degree certificate: Diploma

Mode of study: Full time

Language of study: Russian

Programme manager: Aleksandr Shestakov, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering), Professor

Description of the educational programme

The programme incorporates the latest advances in the digital industry and provides a fundamental education in the field of measuring equipment and information technology.

It is also a platform for further research in the field of digital transformation of industrial enterprises and in the field of the industrial Internet of things. Students learn the key elements of digital transformation: high-precision digital twins of technological processes, digital analytics of technological equipment, Big Data analytics, predictive intelligence, neural networks, fuzzy logic, mobile applications and devices, advanced diagnostics of field equipment.

The project-based learning technology is also being fulfilled within the programme. The purpose of such programmes is to adapt the educational programme to the solution of a specific problem and create an innovative product. The initiator of ideas and topics is an industrial or academic partner. In the process of training, students acquire competencies and the necessary knowledge for the fulfilment of a project, teamwork skills and practical experience in performing development.

Currently, two Master's degree programmes with a project-based learning approach are being fulfilled:

1. Creation of an Intelligent and Self-diagnosing Temperature Sensor. The project manager is Doctor of Sciences (Engineering), Professor V. Larionov. The programme involves 5 Master's degree students of the Department of Informational and Measuring Technology. The industrial partner is Metran company (the Russian branch of Emerson Corporation).

2. Creation of an Intelligent System for the Analysis of Intonation Structure of the Russian Language (to improve the quality of teaching the Russian language to foreign students). The project manager is Candidate of Sciences (Engineering), Associate Professor D. Katsay. The programme involves 3 students of the Department of Informational and Measuring Technology. The Institute of Linguistics and International Communications provides the methodological support. The academic partner is Pushkin State Russian Language Institute (Moscow, Russia).

Field of future profession

Various engineering fields and the spheres of social management in the context of digital transformations in industry.


Rooms 437, 452, 530, 534, 535, 536, 537, 538, 539, 542, 544, 546, 548, SUSU Building No.3БВ, 87 Lenin Prospekt, Chelyabinsk 454080
Te.: +7(351)267-90-01
E-mail: init174[at]yandex[dot]ru

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