Archive for January, 2012

1. Obstetrics and Gynecology
2. Anaesthesia and Critical care medicine
3. Dermatovenereology
4. Pediatric Surgery
5. Infectious diseases
6. Clinical Laboratory Services
7. Neurology
8. Oncology
9. Public health organising
10. Otolaryngology
11. Ophthalmology
12. Pathological anatomy
13. Pediatrics
14. Psychiatry
15. Emercgency care service
16. Forensic Medical Examination
17. Therapy
18. Traumatology and Orthopedics
19. Phthisiology
20. Surgery
21. General hygiene
22. Epidemiology
23. General dentist
24. Management and economics of pharmacy
25. pharmaceutical Technology
26. Pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacognosy
27. Management of nursing activities
28. Endocrinology
29. Radiology
30. Social hygiene and government sanitary and epidemic service
31. Midwifery and gynecology
32. Roentgenology

and, more

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Come study in Russia with Council for Foreign Education in Russia.

Study in Russia with Council for Foreign Education in Russia as it is in a strategically strong position due to its location in Russia and its relationship with top Agriculture Engineering faculties to impart quality education in Agriculture and Zooengineering Engineering to international students.

Some salient features of Russia agricultural arena

  • Russian is a very strong supporter of organic foods
  • Wheat, barley, corn, rice, sugar beet, soya beans, sunflower, potatoes and vegetables are key vegetables of Russia, hence international students coming to study in Russia will get good up-to–date information about these crops.
  • Russia’s sheer size, and the diversity of climate types across the country, means that production can be shifted as conditions in one part of the country becomes less conducive to agriculture, but conditions improve elsewhere. This resilience makes Russia a comparatively safe bet when it comes to agricultural investment and makes its development important for developing resilience against climate change in the wider agricultural sector.

Courtesy Farmer’s Weekly


BACHELORS in Agrotechnologies and Ornamental Plant Growing in Russia


MASTERS in Agrotechnologies and Ornamental Plant Growing in Russia

  • Agronomy Department was established in 1904. Ivan Stebut, a prominent scientist, was the founder of women’s agricultural courses.


BACHELORS           Horticulture

MASTERS                Horticulture

BACHELORS           Agronomy

MASTERS                Agronomy

SPECIALIST           Agronomy

MASTERS                Fodder production and grass farming

MASTERS                Vegetable growing

SPECIALIST           Production Technology and agricultural production processing technology

SPECIALIST           Plant protection

SPECIALIST           Vegetable growing and viticulture

Land Organization Faculty

BACHELORS           Land Organization and development

BACHELORS           Land Registry

MASTERS                Land Organization and Development

MASTERS                Land Registry

SPECIALIST          Land Organization

DOCTORATE         Economics and management of farmland (economics, organization and management of enterprises, industries, agricultural complexes, and agriculture land)

BACHELORS in Zooengineering in Russia


MASTERS in Zooengineering in Russia

Zooengineering faculty – one of the oldest centers (founded 1922)

BACHELORS          Breeding

BACHELORS          Fisheries

BACHELORS          Biology (Hunting knowledge with / without a dog)

MASTERS               Agriculture

SPECIALIST          Genetics and breeding / selection of animals

SPECIALIST          Animal nutrition and feed technology

SPECIALIST          Horse breeding

SPECIALIST          Aquatic resources and aqua culture

SPECIALIST          Cattle breeding

SPECIALIST          Aviculture (poultry farming)

Agricultural Engineering Faculty

BACHELORS          Engineering

SPECIALIST          Industrial and Civil Engineering

SPECIALIST          Safety of technological processes and production

DOCTORATE          Occupational safety and Fire safety

BACHELORS in Soil Sciences and Agroecology in Russia


MASTERS in Soil Sciences and Agroecology in Russia

BACHELORS          Agro ecology

BACHELORS          Agro ecology & Agronomic soil science

MASTERS               Agro biochemistry

MASTERS                Agro geochemistry of landscapes

MASTERS                Agronomic valuation of the Land

MASTERS               Agricultural Radioecology

DOCTORATE         Agro chemistry

DOCTORATE         Agrology (Soil science)

BACHELORS in Engineering-Technological in Russia


MASTERS in Engineering-Technological in Russia

The Faculty is one of the oldest in St. Petersburg. It’s story begins in 1922, when inside the Petrograd Polytechnic Institute was created the faculty of industrial agriculture.

BACHELORS        Agroengineering

SPECIALIST         Automobiles and transport economy

SPECIALIST         Mechanization of agriculture

SPECIALIST         Mechanization of agricultural production processing

SPECIALIST         Transport Service Technology in agro-industrial complex

SPECIALIST         Transport and technological machines and equipment service (agriculture)

SPECIALIST         Transport and technological machines and equipment service (automobile transport)

Economics & Management (Agriculture) Faculty

BACHELORS          Management

MASTERS               Management

SPECIALIST          Organization Management

SPECIALIST          Economics and management of transport enterprise / company

BACHELORS in Economics & Management (Agriculture) in Russia


MASTERS in Economics & Management (Agriculture) in Russia

Accounting, Analysis and Audit

# Accounting and auditing in the analysis of commercial companies (excluding banks and other financial institutions)

# Accounting, analysis and audit in banks and other financial and credit institutions

# Accounting, analysis and control of foreign economic activity

Economics and Management (Agriculture)

# Organization of Production & Production Management

# The Organization of entrepreneurial activity / Entrepreneur

# Organization of information and advisory support in Agricultural sector and Argo-industrial sector

Marketing (Agriculture)

# Marketing of agricultural products

# Marketing Organization & strategy

Teachers, faculty and students participate in international scientific conferences, symposia, joint projects, training and skills development, training and practice take place abroad. Most ties in this area developed with universities in Germany, Poland, Finland, Sweden, the United States, Britain and France.

Power Engineering (Agriculture) Faculty

BACHELORS in Power Engineering (Agriculture) in Russia


MASTERS in Power Engineering (Agriculture) in Russia

# Electrification and Automation of Agriculture

# Energy supply companies

# Power and Electrical Engineering with the following training:

  • Electrical equipment and electrical equipment companies, organizations and institutions
  • Electric Power Systems and Networks

# Agro energy  with the profile of training:

  • Electrical equipment and electrical
  • Electricity and Electrical Engineering

# Thermal Engineering with the following profiles of preparation:

  • Energy supply companies
  • Automation of technological processes and manufacturing

Russian National Exposition art work at the International Green Week 2011 Initiative

English language MASTER degree courses in Agriculture

For applying to study in Russia in Faculty of Agriculture in one of the leading Russian State Universities go HERE and learn the step-by-step admission process at the end of the page. Then you may fill in all fields in our INFORMATION REQUEST Form and forward it to one of our e-mails: admissions@cferussia.ru or learninginrussia@gmail.com

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Study PhD in Computer Science in Russia under the Learning in Russia™ program for international students!

All international students are requested to choose any one topic from below and apply. Please do not ask us to send best thesis or topic (synopsis). You write us only if you wish to APPLY – as a Master student wishing to enrol one must pay more heed.  We do not do any consulatations. Consultations are done AFTER you enroll with your personal supervisors.

The list below is the latest available choice of topics as given by the Professors. Further niche specialized topics can be had after coming in the faculty after your admission has been done and discussing with your supervising Professor. Anybody wishing to study PhD in Computer Science in Russia are welcome. It can be done with the following subjects:

  1. Algorithms and system for identifying a person by biometric parameters;
  2. Architecture of information systems and information interaction;
  3. Artificial neural networks in control systems and digital media;
  4. Automation and control of technological processes and production;
  5. Automation of scientific research, image processing and pattern recognition;
  6. Automation of technological processes and production (by industry);
  7. Automation Systems Design;
  8. Computer-aided design in electronics and mechanical engineering;
  9. Computer analysis of the different physical structures, optimization of their parameters, the simulation of adaptive algorithms;
  10. Computers and systems;
  11. Components and devices of computers and control systems;
  12. Computational geometry algorithms and image processing;
  13. Corporate information management systems;
  14. Databases and knowledge bases;
  15. Data protection and information security systems and networks;
  16. Design automation systems;
  17. Design methods of intelligent tools for collecting and processing information;
  18. Devices and methods for measuring;
  19. Differential Equations;
  20. Digital Signal Processing;
  21. Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Cybernetics;
  22. Electrical equipment and systems management;
  23. Elements and devices of computers and control systems;
  24. GIS technology;
  25. Hardware and software embedded systems;
  26. Hardware and software implementation of complex algorithms;
  27. High task-oriented parallel computing;
  28. Intellectual and agent technologies;
  29. Integrated information management systems engineering data and product lifecycle;
  30. Information-measuring and control systems Mathematics and software of computers, systems and Computer networks;
  31. Intelligent systems and technologies;
  32. Information technology in management and systems research;
  33. Information Technology in Education;
  34. Information technology for special purposes,
  35. Management and diagnostics based on Neuro – Fuzzy technologies;
  36. Management in the structure – complex dynamic systems;
  37. Mathematical modeling, numerical methods and software;
  38. Methods and systems for information security, information security;
  39. Models, methods and tools of analysis of performance and reliability of software systems;
  40. Methods and software for virtual reality systems;
  41. Models and methods of decision making, optimization and simulation,
  42. Multimedia systems and computer graphics;
  43. Parallel processing of data;
  44. Pattern recognition and image processing;
  45. Real-time systems;
  46. Software for monitoring computer systems;
  47. System analysis, management and information processing (by industry);
  48. Technology development of software systems;
  49. Technologies and methods of distributed systems to analyse data and processes;
  50. Technology open-source software;
  51. Telecommunication systems and computer networks;
  52. Telecommunication technologies, multimedia technology, WEB-technologies;
  53. The identification of signals and analysis of dynamic scenes
  54. Theory and methods for building functional converters
  55. Automated control systems of seamless process flows (TPU)
  56. Digital signal processing (TPU)
  57. Information systems and technologies (TPU)
  58. Enterprise information systems (EIS) (TPU)
  59. Business process management systems (BPMS) (TPU)
  60. Life cycle management on the basis of CALS technologies (TPU)
  61. System management, simulation modeling of complex systems (TPU)
  62. Analysis and design of control systems of objects with interval uncertainty (TPU)
  63. Geoinformation systems for distributed enterprise management, remote sensing data advanced processing (TPU)
  64. Computing intelligence to recognize image and video data (TPU)
  65. Automation control theory (TPU)
  66. Mathematical representation, fundamental properties and modeling of control objects and systems (TPU)
  67. Mobile objects control (TPU)
  68. Modeling and business process reengineering (TPU)
  69. Mechatronics, robotics and control, control self-tuning systems of objects with concentrated and distributed parameters (TPU)
  70. System analysis and business process reengineering (TPU)
  71. Design of enterprise information systems on the basis of networks and telecommunications (TPU)
  72. Neural network technologies in information processing (TPU)
  73. Development of information system on the basis of ontological approach and semantic technologies (TPU)
  74. Computer modeling of designing processes and development control of oil-and-gas fields (TPU)
  75. 3D-modeling and imaging of compound elements and systems (TPU)
  76. Algorithms and software for increase of technology resource efficiency on the basis of 3-D modeling (TPU)
  77. Aspects of methodology for teaching graphics and development of competencies for designing. Estimation of efficiency (TPU)
  78. 3D Digital Simulation Technology of Oil and Gas Fields (TPU)
  79. Optimization of geometrical parameters of cutting tools (TPU)
  80. Modification of cutting tools and machine components coating surface (TPU)
  81. Research and development of assembly instruments with removable polyhedral plates (TPU)
  82. Components processing by clear plastic deformation (TPU)
  83. Computer systems for metrological analysis and measurement of production processes parameters (TPU)
  84. Signal theory, processing and generation (TPU)
  85. Software for instrument technology (TPU)
  86. Precision inductance dividers, nanovolt-measurement (TPU)
  87. Metrological supervision of electrical power meters (TPU)
  88. Measurement theory (TPU)
  89. Digital colorimetric analysis of materials and their metrological supervision (TPU)
  90. AC voltage calibration devices (TPU)
  91. System analysis, management and information processing (by industry) (MIPT)
  92. Automation and management of technological processes and manufactures (by industry)  (MIPT)
  93. Management in social and economic systems (MIPT)
  94. Mathematical and software of computers, complexes and computer networks (MIPT)
  95. Computer-aided design (by industry) (MIPT)
  96. Computers, complexes and computer networks (MIPT)
  97. Foundations of information science (MIPT)
  98. Mathematical modeling, numerical methods and complexes of programs (MIPT)
  99. System Analysis, Management and Information Processing (Industry, Information Technologies)
  100. Elements and Devices of Computer Facilities and Control Systems.
  101. Mathematical Software for Computers, Complexes and Computer Networks.
  102. Mathematical Simulation, Numerical Computing and Software Systems.
  103. Information Security Products and Systems.

Students are encourage to think their own topics.

All serious candidates interested in admission, please write us.

If you are a serious applicant, can afford the fees and; you or your parents need further local assistance, please leave your country , city, full name and telephone numbers. Our local Representatives in your country will contact you directly.

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The Star of Life is a blue, six-pointed star, outlined with a white border which features the rod of Asclepius in the center. Internationally, it represents emergency medical services (EMS) units and personnel.

The six branches of the star are symbols of the six main tasks executed by rescuers all through the emergency chain:

1.    Detection: The first rescuers on the scene, usually untrained civilians or those involved in the incident, observe the scene, understand the problem, identify the dangers to themselves and the others, and take appropriate measures to ensure their safety on the scene (environmental, electricity, chemicals, radiation, etc.).

2.    Reporting: The call for professional help is made and dispatch is connected with the victims, providing emergency medical dispatch.

3.    Response: The first rescuers provide first aid and immediate care to the extent of their capabilities.

4.    On scene care: The EMS personnel arrive and provide immediate care to the extent of their capabilities on-scene.

5.    Care in Transit: The EMS personnel proceed to transfer the patient to a hospital via an ambulance or helicopter for specialized care. They provide medical care during the transportation.

6.    Transfer to Definitive care: Appropriate specialized care is provided at the hospital.

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Medical education is education related to the practice of being a medical practitioner, either the initial training to become a doctor (i.e., medical school and internship) or additional training thereafter (e.g., residency and fellowship).

A person can also become a Paramedic/clinical officer /Physician assistant. This is what the many brave individuals in war zones and Africa do to save millions of lives.

Specialities usually fit into one of two broad categories: “Medicine” and “Surgery.” “Medicine” refers to the practice of non-operative medicine, and most subspecialties in this area require preliminary training in “Internal Medicine“.

Surgical specialties employ operative treatment. Surgery has many sub-specialties, including general surgery, cardiovascular surgery, colorectal surgery, neurosurgery, maxillofacial surgery, orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology, plastic surgery, oncologic surgery, transplant surgery, trauma surgery, urology, vascular surgery, and pediatric surgery.
Internal medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and nonsurgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases, either of one particular organ system or of the body as a whole.


There are many subspecialities (or subdisciplines) of internal medicine:

•    Cardiology
•    Critical care medicine
•    Endocrinology
•    Gastroenterology
•    Geriatrics
•    Haematology
•    Hepatology
•    Infectious diseases
•    Nephrology
•    Oncology
•    Pediatrics
•    Pulmonology/Pneumology/Respirology
•    Rheumatology
•    Sleep medicine.

Other major specialties
The followings are some major medical specialties that do not directly fit into any of the above mentioned groups.
•    Anesthesiology
•    Dermatology
•    Emergency medicine is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of acute or life-threatening conditions, including trauma, surgical, medical, pediatric, and psychiatric emergencies.
•    Family medicine, family practice, general practice or primary care
•    Obstetrics and gynecology
•    Medical Genetics
•    Neurology
•    Ophthalmology

•    Pediatrics
•    Physical medicine and rehabilitation
•    Psychiatry
•    Preventive medicine is the branch of medicine concerned with preventing disease.
        o    Community health or public health
        o    Occupational medicine’s principal role is the provision of health advice to organizations and individuals to ensure that the highest standards of health and safety at work can be achieved and maintained.
        o    Aerospace medicine deals with medical problems related to flying and space travel.


Interdisciplinary fields
Some interdisciplinary sub-specialties of medicine include:
Addiction medicine deals with the treatment of addiction.
Biomedical Engineering is a field dealing with the application of engineering principles to medical practice.
Clinical pharmacology is concerned with how systems of therapeutics interact with patients.
Conservation medicine studies the relationship between human and animal health, and environmental conditions. Also known as ecological medicine, environmental medicine, or medical geology.
Diving medicine (or hyperbaric medicine) is the prevention and treatment of diving-related problems.
Forensic medicine deals with medical questions in legal context, such as determination of the time and cause of death.
Laser medicine involves the use of lasers in the diagnostics and/or treatment of various conditions.
Sexual medicine is concerned with diagnosing, assessing and treating all disorders related to sexuality.

Sports medicine deals with the treatment and preventive care of athletes, amateur and professional. The team includes specialty physicians and surgeons, athletic trainers, physical therapists, coaches, other personnel, and, of course, the athlete.
Therapeutics is the field, more commonly referenced in earlier periods of history, of the various remedies that can be used to treat disease and promote health.
Veterinary medicine; veterinarians apply similar techniques as physicians to the care of animals.

All the above can be studied with us! Who is in?

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Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath is an oath historically taken by physicians and other healthcare professionals swearing to practice medicine ethically. It is widely believed to have been written by Hippocrates, often regarded as the father of western medicine, or by one of his students. The oath is written in Ionic Greek (late 5th century BC), and is usually included in the Hippocratic Corpus. Of historic and traditional value, the oath is considered a rite of passage for practitioners of medicine in many countries, although nowadays the modernized version of the text varies among them.

The Hippocratic Oath (orkos) is one of the most widely known of Greek medical texts. It requires a new physician to swear upon a number of healing gods that he will uphold a number of professional ethical standards.
A widely used modern version of the traditional oath was penned in 1964 by Dr. Louis Lasagna, former Principal of the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences and Academic Dean of the School of Medicine at Tufts University:

I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:

I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.

I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.

I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug.

I will not be ashamed to say “I know not”, nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient’s recovery.

I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given to me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.

I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person’s family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.

I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.

I will remember that I remain a member of society with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.

If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.

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Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine was founded in 2009 by Donald Singer, a clinical professor, and poet and translator Michael Hulse.

The founders ‘wished to draw together national and international perspectives on three major historical and contemporary themes uniting the disciplines of poetry and medicine: medicine as inspiration for the writings of poets; effects of poetic creativity on the experience of illness by patients, their families, friends, and carers; and poetry as therapy.’ There are two awards: one for UK health students and National Health Service-related professionals, including educators, researchers, and biomedical scientists, and a second one, the International Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine, for an international open category for unpublished poems in English by any living poet.

The Hippocrates poetry and medicine initiative was short-listed in the 2011 Times Higher Education awards for Excellence and Innovation. This award aims to recognise the collaborative and interdisciplinary work that is taking place in universities to promote the arts. Entries were open to teams from all higher education institutions in the UK.

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Hippocrates of Cos (460 BC – ca. 370 BC) was an ancient Greek physician of the Age of Pericles (Classical Athens), and is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine. He is referred to as the father of Western medicine in recognition of his lasting contributions to the field as the founder of the Hippocratic School of Medicine. This intellectual school revolutionized medicine in ancient Greece, establishing it as a discipline distinct from other fields that it had traditionally been associated with (notably theurgy and philosophy), thus establishing medicine as a profession.
Hippocrates is commonly portrayed as the paragon of the ancient physician, credited for coining the Hippocratic Oath, still relevant and in use today. He is also credited with greatly advancing the systematic study of clinical medicine, summing up the medical knowledge of previous schools, and prescribing practices for physicians through the Hippocratic Corpus and other works.

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The Egyptians – not the ancient Greeks – were the true fathers of medicine, according to a study that pushes back the origins by at least a millennium.

Scientists examining documents dating back 3,500 years say they have found proof that the inception lies not with Hippocrates (460BC-370BC) and the Greeks but in ancient Egypt and the likes of Imhotep (2667BC – 2648BC), who designed the pyramids at Saqqara and was elevated to become the god of healing.

James Henry Breasted says of Imhotep: “In priestly wisdom, in magic, in the formulation of wise proverbs; in medicine and architecture; this remarkable figure of Zoser’s reign left so notable a reputation that his name is not forgotten to this day”.

Imhotep is credited with being the founder of medicine and with being the author of a medical treatise remarkable for being devoid of magical thinking; the so-called Edwin Smith papyrus containing anatomical observations, ailments, and cures.

It is Imhotep, says Sir William Osler, who was the real “Father of Medicine”, “the first figure of a physician to stand out clearly from the mists of antiquity.”
The medical documents, which were first discovered in the mid-19th century, showed that ancient Egyptian physicians treated wounds with honey, resins and metals now known to have an antimicrobial action.
The team also discovered prescriptions for laxatives of castor oil, colocynth (a bitter fruit), figs and bran. Other references show that colic was treated with hyoscyamus plants, still used today, and that cumin and coriander were used to relieve flatulence. Further evidence showed that musculo-skeletal disorders were treated with rubefacients, which redden the skin, to stimulate blood flow, along with poultices to warm and soothe.
They used celery and saffron for rheumatism, which are currently topics of pharmaceutical research, and pomegranate was used to eradicate tapeworms, a remedy that remained in clinical use until half a century ago.
“Many of the ancient remedies we discovered survived into the 20th century and, indeed, some remain in use today, albeit that the active component is now produced synthetically,” said Dr Jackie Campbell of KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology at The University of Manchester.
Although apes are known to use medicines, such as the bitter pith of Vernonia amygdalina for the control of intestinal nematode infections, Prof David said that the ancient Egyptians can be thanked for the introduction of a structured medical and pharmacological system that continues to the present day. And of all the ancient Egyptians, it is Imhotep who was regarded as being the father of medicine. “He should have the credit,” said Prof Rosalie David, Director of the KNH Centre.

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The Robotics Engineering Program strives to educate students to

  • Have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Systems Engineering.
  • Apply these abstract concepts and practical skills to design and construct robots and robotic systems for diverse applications.
  • Have the imagination to see how robotics can be used to improve society and the entrepreneurial background and spirit to make their ideas become reality.
  • Demonstrate the ethical behavior and standards expected of responsible professionals functioning in a diverse society.

BACHELORS in Robotics

  1. Automation and control
  2. Information science and computer engineering
  3. Management and Informatics in Technical Systems
  4. Information technology in management
  5. Computers, complexes, systems and networks
  6. The technology of software development
  7. Mechatronics
  8. Autonomous robots

MASTERS in Robotics

  1. Elements and devices of computer engineering and information systems
  2. Control in engineering systems
  3. Automation of technological processes and productions
  4. Computer networks and telecommunications
  5. Computer modeling
  6. Integrated production control system
  7. Management and Informatics in Technical Systems
  8. Computer networks and telecommunications
  9. Technology development of software systems
  10. Mechatronics
  11. Robotics

Bachelor Course includes

  • Introduction to Electrical Signals and Systems
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Introduction to Logic Design (also COS 306)
  • Engineering Sciences Laboratory
  • Experimental Physics Seminar

Control Systems

  • Process Control
  • Robotics and Intelligent Systems
  • Automatic Control Systems
  • Modern Control

Cognition, Language, and Decision-Making

  • Learning Theory and Epistemology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Fundamentals of Neuroscience
  • Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience
  • The Psychology of Decision Making and Judgment
  • Introduction to Connectionist Models


Option One

  • Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing

Option Two

  • Design, Synthesis, and Optimization of Chemical Processes
  • Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics

Computer Science

Course One

  • Introduction to Programming Systems
  • Computing for the Physical and Social Sciences
  • Transforming Reality By Computer (also MUS 315)
  • Reasoning about Computation
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Vision
  • Human-Computer Interface Technology (also ELE 369)
  • Computational Geometry
  • Computer Networks
  • Theory of Computation (MAT 487)
  • Autonomous Robot Navigation

Course Two

  • Circuits and Signal Processing
  • System Design and Analysis
  • Networks, Friends, Money, and Bytes

Course Three

  • Image Processing and Transmission

Computational Linguistics

  • Phonetics & Phonology
  • Linguistic Semantics (also PHI 345)
  • The Structure & Meaning of Words
  • Linguistic Universals and Language Diversity
  • Advanced Syntax

Introduction to Engineering Dynamics

  • Engineering Design
  • Mechanical Design
  • Aircraft Flight Dynamics
  • Aircraft Design
  • Space Flight
  • Space System Design
  • Microprocessors for Measurement and Control


Course One

  • Cellular and Systems Neuroscience
  • Introduction to Biological Dynamics

Course Two

  • Computational Neuroscience

Fundamentals of Engineering Statistics

  • Elements of Interactive Computer Graphics
  • Optimization (also EGR 307)
  • Probability and Stochastic Systems
  • Optimization under Uncertainty
  • Regression and Applied Time Series
  • Statistical Design of Experiments
  • Operations and Information Engineering
  • Transportation


Course One

  • Introductory Logic
  • Intermediate Logic
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of the Cognitive Sciences
  • Philosophical Logic

Course Two

  • Memory and Cognition
  • Psychology of Thinking
  • Rationality and Human Reasoning

Robotics Masters Program

Core courses of Masters in Robotics cover the following fields:

  • Robotics and Animation
  • Control Systems Design
  • Computer Vision
  • Machine Learning

Electives of Masters in Robotics include:

  • Learning in Robotics
  • Vision and Learning
  • Hybrid Systems
  • Motion Planning
  • Mechatronics
  • Biomechanics
  • Mobile Robot Design
  • Mobile Robot Programming
  • Advanced Mobile Robot Development

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