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Ufa State Aviation Technical University, in
10 000+ graduates
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AREAS OF EXPERTIZE
• Autonomous power supply systems based on reciprocating motion generators for the individual information systems
• Processing of Earth remote sensing data
• Development of technical principles of generation, transmission and transformation of spiraling beams in fiber-optic telecommunication systems
• Process control for technological processes of electrolytic plasma treatments for metals and alloys
• Developments of medical apparatus for diagnostics and therapy by acupuncture
• Research and Design of heterogeneous liquid media
• Control Systems for gas turbine engines
• Design of the integrated modular avionics for unmanned aircraft with automatic flight control system
• Design of high-performance computing systems based on multiprocessor structures with programmable architecture for on-Board systems of aircrafts
The Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT) is one of nine academic divisions at Ufa State Aviation Technical University, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a wide range of Aerospace Instrumentation disciplines.
The division includes five academic departments, centers, and institutes:
the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT)
The FAEEIT offers:
• 8 Undergraduate Degrees (Bachelor’s),
• 13 Graduate Degrees (5 Master’s, 3 Engineer's, 5 Doctoral)
In addition to Aviation Technical University’s main campus in Ufa, Bashkortostan,
Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT offers select degree programs in three cities of Bashkortostan).
Our academic programs combine integrated approach to learning and teaching, practical projects, science based programs, competency-based credentialing, and a series of experiential components such as industry-sponsored senior capstone projects, internships, and certification-earning activities.
The Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT) teaching experience is designed to produce practitioner-oriented aerospace engineering and technology professionals and future leaders who have deep technical knowledge and applied skills in their chosen discipline, and can contribute to problem-solving, critical thinking, communications, and business results through application of aerospace engineering and technology.
Research within the unit also continues to expand and strengthen, with several signature areas propelling the unit to the technological and scientific forefront:
• Research and development of frequency-controlled electric drive for advanced vehicles
• Design of integrated intelligent systems for medical technology
• Research and development of asynchronous and synchronous generators for autonomous wind turbines
• Data processing systems for Space monitoring
• Development of ultra wide band systems of data transmission
• Teaching methodology for Electrical Engineering courses using technologies of distant learning
• Developments of magnetometric sensors
• Control Systems for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
• Design of the specialized computer systems for integrated control and diagnostics of complex technical objects (medicine, oil and gas, aerospace, energy, etc).
• Electromechanical damping converters with distributed secondary medium
Whether delivering an integrated learning experience to produce industry-ready graduates who possess problem-solving, critical thinking, communications for today’s aerospace engineering and technology and have leadership skills sought by industries and society or carrying out use-inspired research to advance the science and technology and help our nation, The Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT)is committed to be a competitive professional.
The Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT) was founded in 1968 as Ufa Aviation Institute’s Department of Electromechanical Engineering.
It was renamed The Faculty of Avionics, Energy Engineering and Infocomm Technology (FAEEIT) in 2016, and in 2017, the University’s Board approved its current name in support of the division’s transformation