As an engineering discipline, Mechatronics is the synergistic combination of mechanical, electronic, control and computer engineering. The key feature is the integration of these areas during the design process.
The Mechatronic Control Engineering (MCE) specialisation covers the fundamental scientific principles and technologies used in the design of modern computer-controlled machines and processes, and it puts special focus on the synergies in the design process.
Today, the technical background necessary for a mechatronic engineer to design an automated machine, component, or process is very different from what it was thirty years ago.
The underlying difference is the availability of embedded computers used to control such machines. Previously, much functionality was placed in mechanics, using complicated linkages and cams to coordinate motion, but today functionality has shifted to electronics controlling small actuators such as car engines that today are packed with electronic control features.
APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Admission to the MSc programme in Mechatronic Control Engineering presupposes a BSc degree in Mechatronic Control Engineering, Dynamic Systems, or similar.
Please make sure to upload your application form and further documentation by the required deadline.
For further information regarding deadlines and requirements please see the website How to apply to Aalborg University
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