The Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT) offers more than 30 academic options in several subject areas at the main Ufa State Aviation Technical University (USATU) campus in Ufa.
• Wireless Communications and Signal Processing
• Telecommunication Networks
• Electronic Engineering and Nanoelectronics
• Engineering Control Systems and Instrumentation
• Avionic Systems Design
• Biotechnology and Bioengineering
• Biomedical Engineering
• Medical Device Design
• Electromechanical Engineering
• Electrical Power Engineering and Electrical Engineering
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Welcome to the Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT)!
In recent years, the modern aircraft industry has enriched an exponential increase in the application of digital communications, controls and navigation systems. On-board computers now control vital flight functions of large aerial vehicles from takeoff to automatically controlled landings. New on-board sensors observe physical phenomena as diverse as weather, ground vehicles, crop densities and other aerial targets. The field of avionics is multi-disciplinary and challenging field of Aerospace Engineering.
The Faculty programs provide an opportunity for motivated students of pursuing a rigorous course of studies reflecting the challenges of today's high-tech electronics and aviation industry. Our students will be able to select courses from a variety of specializations which are covered in depth and which probe the frontiers of engineering and scientific knowledge. Special-study courses are available to explore emerging technologies and their applications for solving problems. Advanced concepts and applications have an emphasize throughout the program and the thesis research. The aim is to provide the required knowledge and substantial depth so that the alumni can continue to pursue lifelong multidisciplinary learning as professional engineers.
The Faculty degrees give students the advanced knowledge of industry practices that support them a leg up on their future professional career. This program, which can be taken with a track in avionics, aerospace systems or general electrical engineering, is built around hands-on projects like the telemetry system of autonomous aircraft and the power switching for a hybrid car. With this real-world experience under their belts, graduates enter the workforce ready to make a difference in the modern world.
The Faculty conducts national foremost research into aviation-related electronics. Our avionics researchers are partners with lots Federal, other domestic government agencies, and private industry. We provide the unique ability to offer not just technical data but more customized, cost effective, on-demand practical solutions for navigation and landing systems, surveillance, flight control, and other challenges worldwide. The Faculty activity helps keeping the national Airspace System safe and develops the next generation of air transportation systems.
The Faculty aims to offer relevant avionics engineering program to prepare engineering students for a career with a wide-ranging opportunity in research, development, design, production, sales, and management in the aerospace and other related industries involved with the solution of multi-disciplinary, advanced technology problems through innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and healthy life-long learning attitude.
The Faculty provides students with rigorous knowledge and skills related to Avionics Engineering. The field of Avionics plays a vital role in modernization initiatives related to life cycle support of Aerospace Platforms. Cockpit of manned aircraft and control room of an unmanned aircraft are typical locations for avionic equipment. Our students will study avionics - the electronic systems used on Aerospace Vehicles such as aircraft, satellites, and spacecraft. The systems include navigation, communications, display and management of multiple systems, and hundreds of other systems fitted to Aerospace Vehicle for performance of different functions. Additionally, our students may have implementation of Artificial Intelligence paradigms and development of new software based controls for autonomous systems. The systems may be as simple as a searchlight for a patrolling helicopter to complicated systems like fully functional tactical system for an airborne early warning platform integrated with on ground control center for live relay of information.
The Faculty degree programs provide students with the technical foundation they need to enter the field of avionics engineering technology. Our students will be prepared to apply engineering principles, processes and practices to evaluate, analyze, design and develop avionics systems, and their maintenance.
With the Faculty degree programs focused on the in-demand field of airborne electronic systems, our students will encompass the study of aerodynamics, propulsion, aerospace structures, digital communication, avionics network technology, radar, navigation guidance and flight control systems. The Faculty degree programs impart knowledge of basic engineering technology as well as practical avionics knowhow for readiness of engineers to cope up the challenges in the field faced by national and international organizations. Our avionics engineering students also will undertake the coursework, which is essential to understand how the data is processed by different avionics systems for control and effective operation of an aerospace vehicle. During the course of studies they are also familiarized with flight data recording systems and transmission of real time information from vehicle to the controller.
The field of avionics technology offers a wide range of employment opportunities to future specialists with the proper educational background. The graduates of the Faculty degree programs will find exciting career opportunities as team lead, managers and avionics engineers in both defense as well as airline industry in country and abroad. Career opportunities will include but not limited by Analysis, Design, Systems Engineering, Software Development, Avionics Fabrication, Space Explorations, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence
The Faculty is committed to represent a unique place of excellence for studies, research and development in aviation related fields. The Faculty aims to support national aerospace as well as other associated high tech industries through multi-disciplinary research in navigation systems, guidance and control systems, active and passive surveillance systems, digital signal processing, microwave circuit design, communication systems, integration, structures, fluid dynamics and aerospace propulsion systems etc.
At the Faculty, the expertise of the relevant professionals is combined with the industrial related academic degree programs making the Faculty a unique setup for exploring new perspectives and research directions. In addition to the resident faculty, an appropriate number of Ph.D. qualified engineers with rich practical experience in the fields of Aerospace Engineering, have been associated with the Faculty members.