Branch Details

Cybernetics, Control and Measurements

FEKTAbbreviation: MN-KAMAcad. year: 2015/2016

Programme: Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology

Length of Study: 2 years

Accredited from: 20.7.2005Accredited until: 31.7.2021

Profile

The study area Cybernetics, Control and Measurement (M-KAM) aims to educate MSc graduates with a profound knowledge of theory, construction and application of measurement, control and automation systems in industry. During their study, students can specialize in measurement, automatic control, robotics, applied informatics, industry computer networks, principles of artificial intelligence and system of industry automation. The graduates can find employment in research, development and operation of a wide range of modern methods and means of automation, applied informatics, artificial intelligence and digital technologies. They can also assume key executive and management positions, where they can apply their knowledge of system analysis and optimal control.

Key learning outcomes

Mathematics, Physics and Theory of electrical and electronic circuits. Digital systems and applied informatic. Theory and practice of automatic control. Measuring Systems. Principles and systems of applied artificial intelligence. Graduates are educated for research, development and practice in control, information and intelligent systems. All processes and technologies in which informatic, control and measurement are used.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

The graduates of the study area Cybernetics, Control and Measurement have a broad knowledge of theory, construction and application of measurement, control and automation systems in industry.
They are qualified in measurement, automatic control, robotics, applied informatics and industrial computer networks, and are competent in the principles of artificial intelligence, and systems of industrial automation. A profound knowledge of theory and a broad scope of applications-oriented study ensure high adaptability of graduates to specific requirements of their future professions.
The graduates of this branch find employment in research, development and operation of a wide range of modern methods and means of automation, applied informatics, artificial intelligence and digital technology. They can also assume key executive and management positions, where they can apply their knowledge of system analysis and optimal control.
Choosing suitable optional courses within the scope of the study area, students in the master’s degree programme can specialize in any area of their professional interest related to their future career. They can focus on the following technical specializations and their combinations:
CONTROL (RT) deals with knowledge in the area of control theory and technology. Students are introduced to the latest trends, such as fuzzy control and the use of neural networks in control and the realization of these and other methods of control by digital computer technology.
MEASUREMENT (MT) deals with detailed knowledge in the area of sensor construction and methods of measurement of non-electrical and electrical quantities. Graduates are familiar with conversion of these quantities into electrical and optical signals and acquire knowledge of processing of these signals by digital computer technology.
ROBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (RO) deals with knowledge of robot control systems, digitally controlled machine tools and other appliances used in mechanical engineering, together with basic knowledge of integrated computer control. In the area of artificial intelligence, instruction focuses mainly on computer vision, artificial neural networks, expert systems, fuzzy logic and machine learning.
PROCESS AUTOMATION AND APPLIED INFORMATICS (PAI) focuses mainly on the implementation of information technologies into sensors, action and control elements. It embraces the study of microprocessor technology, one-chip microcontrollers, pre-processing of signals, database systems, WWW applications, JAVA applications, communication protocols, control algorithms, implementation of elements of artificial intelligence and programming of built-in control systems. Moreover, it focuses on standard industrial solutions of control systems of programmable automatic machine types, decentralised control systems, visualisation and the collection of procedural data and their subsequent processing.
COMPUTER VISION (PV) focuses on the provision of knowledge necessary in order to design systems of computerized image processing. It also involves procedures of image data acquisition (scene creation, choice of lighting), selection of HW components (cameras, image digitizers with control SW), methods of pre-processed data evaluation (comparing with the model, symptom extraction, sorting). The knowledge acquired can be applied for example in the development of industrial applications in the area of computerized image data processing.

Entry requirements

Conditions for admitting are a completed Bachelor degree education and successful completion of the admissions process.

Supervisor


Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
NLOSLogical systemsen6winterCompulsoryCr,Exno
NSNVSensors of nonelectrical Quantityen6winterCompulsoryCr,Exno
NTDSTheory of Dynamic Systemsen6winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
NPOVComputer Visionen6winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NOSSOperating Sytems and Networksen5winterOptional specializedExno
NOPROptimalization of controllersen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NOESOptoelectical sensorsen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NRTSReal Time Operating Systemsen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NMAUBookkeeping for managersen2winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NKPTCulture of Speech and the Generation of Textsen4winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NCJ1Czech language 1en2winterGeneral knowledgeExno
NPOUDouble-Entry Bookkeepingen4winterGeneral knowledgeExno
NEMEElectromechanical Systemsen3winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NEIDElectronics in Germanen2winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NFITHistory and Philosophy of Technologyen2winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NPOMManagement Minimumen4winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NMENMicroelectronics in Englishen3winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NPSYPower Systemsen, cs3winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NEPOProfessional Successen2winterGeneral knowledgeExno
XTELPhysical Trainingcs0winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NDREDifferential equations in electrical engineeringen5winterTheoretical subjectCr,Exno
NPSOProbability,statistics,operations researchen5winterTheoretical subjectExno
1. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
NEMTElectronic Measurement Technicsen6summerCompulsoryCr,Exno
NPOREmbedded systems for industrial controlen6summerCompulsoryCr,Exno
NAPVComputer Vision Applicationsen5summerOptional specializedCr,Exno
NZPDData acquisition,analysis and processing.en5summerOptional specializedCr,Exno
NDSSDistributed systems and networksen5summerOptional specializedCr,Exno
NFSYFuzzy systemsen5summerOptional specializedCr,Exno
NRBTRoboticsen5summerOptional specializedCr,Exno
NRALRobust and algebraic controlen5summerOptional specializedCr,Exno
NCSIDigital Signal Processingen6summerOptional interdisciplinaryCr,Exno
NERPElectrical Controlled Drivesen6summerOptional interdisciplinaryCr,Exyes
NEICElectrical installationsen5summerOptional interdisciplinaryGCrno
NIAPInternet aplicationsen5summerOptional interdisciplinaryExno
NZRPCompany Establishment and Company Managementcs, en4summerOptional interdisciplinaryGCrno
NMAUBookkeeping for managersen2summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NKPTCulture of Speech and the Generation of Textsen4summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NCJ2Czech language 2en4summerGeneral knowledgeExno
NPOUDouble-Entry Bookkeepingen4summerGeneral knowledgeExno
NFITHistory and Philosophy of Technologyen2summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NEPOProfessional Successen2summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NTPRTechnical Lawen3summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
XTELPhysical Trainingcs0summerGeneral knowledgeCryes
NMEMElectromagnetic field modelingen5summerTheoretical subjectCr,Exno
NMATMatrices and tensors calculusen5summerTheoretical subjectCr,Exno
NMNMModern Numerical Methodsen5summerTheoretical subjectCr,Exyes
NNANNanotechnologyen5summerTheoretical subjectCr,Exno
1. year of study, both semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
NJH4English for Upper-Intermediate Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJH3English for Intermediate Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA4Business Englishen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA3English Everyday Conversationen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN5German for Advanced Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN1German for Beginnersen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN3German for Intermediate Students I.en6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN2German for Lower-Intermediate.en6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJH2Headway Pre-Intermediateen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA9Professional English for Electr. Engineering and Comp. Scienceen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN8Professional Germanen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA2Reading Skillsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJR1Russian for Beginnersen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJR2Russian Pre-Intermediateen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJS1Spanish for Beginnersen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJS2Spanish for Lower-Intermediate Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
2. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
NASOAnalysis of Signals and Imagesen5winterCompulsoryCr,Exyes
NUINArtificial Intelligenceen5winterCompulsoryCr,Exno
NAUPProcess automationen6winterCompulsoryCr,Exno
NM2KSemestral Project 2en2winterCompulsoryGCrno
NSDUDiscrete event systemsen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NSTUMachine Learningen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NMNVMeasurement in no-el. Quantities.en5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NMIDModelling and Identificationen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NIPSSmart and Semiconductor Sensorsen5winterOptional specializedCr,Exno
NMOBBiological system modellingen4winterOptional interdisciplinaryCr,Exno
NDESElectromechanical System Dynamicsen6winterOptional interdisciplinaryCr,Exyes
HSCeInformation system securityen5winterOptional interdisciplinaryCr,Exno
NMAUBookkeeping for managersen2winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NKPTCulture of Speech and the Generation of Textsen4winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NCJ3Czech language 3en2winterGeneral knowledgeExno
NPOUDouble-Entry Bookkeepingen4winterGeneral knowledgeExno
NEMEElectromechanical Systemsen3winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NEIDElectronics in Germanen2winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NFITHistory and Philosophy of Technologyen2winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NPOMManagement Minimumen4winterGeneral knowledgeCrno
NMENMicroelectronics in Englishen3winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NPSYPower Systemsen, cs3winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
NEPOProfessional Successen2winterGeneral knowledgeExno
XTELPhysical Trainingcs0winterGeneral knowledgeCryes
2. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
NMSKDiploma Thesisen30summerCompulsoryCrno
NXMKProfessional Practiceen, cs0summerCompulsoryCrno
NMAUBookkeeping for managersen2summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NKPTCulture of Speech and the Generation of Textsen4summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NCJ4Czech language 4en2summerGeneral knowledgeExno
NPOUDouble-Entry Bookkeepingen4summerGeneral knowledgeExno
NFITHistory and Philosophy of Technologyen2summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NEPOProfessional Successen2summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
NTPRTechnical Lawen3summerGeneral knowledgeCrno
XTELPhysical Trainingcs0summerGeneral knowledgeCryes
2. year of study, both semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Sem.Com.Compl.Gr.Op.
NJH4English for Upper-Intermediate Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJH3English for Intermediate Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA4Business Englishen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA3English Everyday Conversationen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN5German for Advanced Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN1German for Beginnersen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN3German for Intermediate Students I.en6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN2German for Lower-Intermediate.en6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJH2Headway Pre-Intermediateen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA9Professional English for Electr. Engineering and Comp. Scienceen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJN8Professional Germanen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJA2Reading Skillsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJR1Russian for Beginnersen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJR2Russian Pre-Intermediateen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJS1Spanish for Beginnersen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno
NJS2Spanish for Lower-Intermediate Studentsen6bothGeneral knowledgeCr,Exno