Electronic Instrumentation & Control

Overview

 

The master program in Electronics, Instrumentation, and Control (EIC) track focuses on developing the necessary skills and abilities of its graduate students to allow them to work effectively in the industry as professional engineers with a broad vision of innovation and to use state the of the art techniques and procedures to address the industrial challenges. The graduates of this program will be able to apply their acquired knowledge in the areas such as analysis, design, building, operation, and maintenance of various industrial systems. The EIC students will be prepared to attain sufficient competency to work efficiently in multidisciplinary teams. The EIC track offer a number of research topics in different areas of Control and Instrumentation. These includes industrial processes, distributed and decentralized systems, control of drives robotics, biomedical control, power system control, renewable energy system control.  

 

Degree Plan

 

MSc. in Electronic Instrumentation and Control