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Potential courses

Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The course is aimed at studying the questions of strengths of materials such as determination of the modulus of elongation and Poisson ratio, determination of stress under eccentric tension of a bar, determination of stress in a highly bent bar, determination of the modulus of shearing of a bar under torsion, study of strain-stress distribution in a bar under torsion and etc.
Duration: 5 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 10 hours)
The course includes two main sections: Operational Amplifiers and Power Electronics. The main parameters, properties and characteristics of operational amplifiers, DC and AC voltage and current generators are investigated.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The course includes Analog Electronics and Digital Electronics sections. The descriptions and characteristics of analog and digital elements and units are given. The tools which make basics of electronics available are used.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
The course considers concept of Electrical Machines based on the work of DC Machine, Asynchronous Machine and Transformers. During these course participants have possibility to study different characteristics of Electrical Machine within combination of theoretical and practical fields.
Duration: 10 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 20 hours)
The course involves these sections: Power Quality Advanced Monitoring System, Microprocessor Relay Protection and Alternative Energy. The main issues such as power quality advanced monitoring in network, relay protection, solar and fuel cell energy are investigated.
Duration: 11 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 22 hours)
The course is aimed at fundamentals of measurement. Two sections: sensors and measurement are included. The application of the basic principles of sensors, measurement tools and methodologies are studied.
Duration: 10 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 20 hours)
The basics of Electronics Engineering are investigated. DC circuits: Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s circuit laws, series connection of resistors, parallel connection of resistors, mixed parallel and series connection of resistors, DC voltage source in electric circuits. AC circuits: resistance, RL, RC, RLC networks in AC circuits, voltage resonance in AC circuits and etc. are considered.
Duration: 10 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 20 hours)
The course gives opportunity to work with modern micro controllers and their subsystems. To learn how to program micro controllers as well as how to create control systems based on them.
Duration: 12 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 24 hours)
The course is aimed at issues of Robotics and gives opportunity to understand the main problems available in the field as well as how to create and realize algorithms, how to control motors and robots, how to work with different controllers and manipulators. The course also includes the section of Machine Vision.
Duration: 8 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 16 hours)
The course consists of these sections: RF Basics and Components, Antennas and Radar. Basic RF concepts, analog and digital modulations are investigated. The measuring of traditional patterns of antennas is realized. The main working principals of radar are investigated.
Duration: 16 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 32 hours)
The course considers two main sections: Analog & Digital Telecommunications and Fiber Optic Communications Systems. The course focuses on analog and digital communication and fundamentals of working of fiber optic systems.
Duration: 10 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 20 hours)
The course is directed to fundamentals of control systems. The elements of control system are investigated. The principles of liner and non-liner control systems are given. The theory of teaching, research and calculation based on basic concepts of motor and inverse pendulum design are given.
Duration: 6 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 12 hours)
Mechanical Engineering course consists of sections of Motion Control and Gears, Kinematics and Vibration Monitoring and Diagnostics sections. The sections investigate motion control, work of different mechanisms, kinematics as well as measurement and diagnostics of vibration processes.
Duration: 3 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 6 hours)
The course investigates operation of the vehicle electronic control unit, construction of the external speed ability of the engine, determination of the fuel hourly consumption and etc.
Duration: 24 Sessions: 2 Hours each (Total 48 hours)
The Digital Image Processing Basics course teaches basics of digital image processing, it helps to understand the challenges and algorithms exists to solve inspection, detection, recognition tasks using digital cameras and digital images.