Master's degree

 

Study programmes

The master’s degree field which the study programme belongs to is Industrial Engineering and the duration of studies is 2 years (120 ECTS credits). The programme operates under the coordination of the Scientific Research Centre for Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling and it is structured into three study paths that have several common courses in the 1st year, sem. I (Advanced design in engineering, Eco-design, etc.); starting with sem. II, the three study paths mostly have specific courses:

  • - Product design – Advanced module provides advanced courses in the use of state-of-the-art software applied at all stages of the product design process. Moreover, it provides courses developing skills for the analysis of product lifecycle, from design, manufacturing, up to disposability in late product lifecycle.
    - Design and Management of Renewable Energy Systems offers courses training professionals in the conception and advanced design of renewable energy systems, both at the level of product development industries and in the field of constructions, installations, etc. This is the only study path in Romania which includes courses in the adaptation of renewable energy systems to the implementation environment.
  • - Design of Environmental Processes and Risk Assessment includes advanced courses of pollution control and depollution processes, with an emphasis on new materials and processes that allow the inclusion in the dynamics imposed on the quality of the environment, at acceptable costs.
    In the second study year, students can additionally choose to attend one of the two scientific research paths:
  • - Design and Optimization of Renewable Energy Systems which provides the framework for developing skills in the conception, design, virtual prototyping and development of renewable energy conversion systems, in particular solar energy conversion systems.
  • - Advanced Materials for Energy and Environment where the courses focus on the development of advanced materials for energy and environment (e.g. opto-electronic materials) and health.

 

 

Curriculum

Syllabus

The master’s degree field which this study programme belongs to is Mechatronics and Robotics. The duration of studies is 2 years, respectively 4 semesters (120 ECTS credits). Intended as an essential continuation of the bachelor’s degree studies, the master’s programme aims to develop training and research programmes for gaining in-depth knowledge in the transdisciplinary subfields of mechatronic engineering in line with modern technology trends; furthermore, it ensures a synergistic combination between precision mechanics, electronic command and control systems, and computer science, which serves the design, implementation, operation and exploitation of high performance automated systems. In order to achieve the proposed mission and objectives, this study programme is structured into two teaching paths: Advanced Mechatronic Systems and Mechatronic Systems in Medicine and Optometry.

 

Perspectives after graduation: To work as a mechatronics engineer, expert mechatronics engineer, mechatronics researcher, engineer for automation systems and equipment; clinical engineer; medical bioengineer; optometrist engineer etc.

 

Curriculum

Syllabus