Bachelor’s degree programme 6.051001 Metrology and Information-measuring Engineering

Qualification awarded: 
Bachelor in Metrology and Information-measuring Engineering
Level of qualification : 
Bachelor
Specific admission requirements: 
None: enrolment is held on general terms of entry
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning: 
None
Profile of the programme: 

The Metrology and Information-measuring Engineering major combines the necessary knowledge in the field of metrological support of industrial measurements, including application of specialized measurement instrumentation and systems, development of software for measurement instrumentation, installation of computerized information-measuring systems, complexes and their servicing, computer processing of measurement data, collecting and transferring the systems for measurement data, metrological examination of nonstandard measurement means, metrological support of diagnostic equipment and measurements in nanotechnology.

The total credit load of the curriculum is 240 ECTS credits, including social and humanitarian modules — 25,5 cr., fundamental natural science and general economic modules — 63 cr., professional and practical training modules — 151,1 cr.

Key learning outcomes: 
  1. Knowledge and understanding
    • basic concepts and methods of mathematical analysis, analytical geometry, linear algebra, theory of functions of a complex variable, operational analysis, probability calculus, mathematical statistics and discrete mathematics.
    • basic concepts, laws and models in mechanics, electricity, magnetism, vibrations, statistical physics, electrochemical systems, chemical identification and ecology.
    • basic concepts about the methods of theoretical and experimental researches in physics, mechanics, chemistry and ecology.
    • basic concepts of metrology, principles and methods of measurement.
    • basic concepts about the methods that improve the accuracy of measuring devices.
    • principles of graphic representation of dimensional patterns, system of design documentat.
    • principles of programming and simulation.
    • principles of construction and functioning of automated measuring systems.
    • principles of electronics and microprocessor technology.
    • basic concepts about main characteristic of semiconductor, electrical and insulation materials.
    • basic concepts about the design methods of electrical and electronic circuits.
    • basic principles of design of calculation devices, analog and digital instrumentation.
    • basic concepts about the methods and techniques for planning and organization of experiments.
    • basic concepts about the methods for describing thermal processes in gases, liquids and solids.
    • principles of metrological support of automated measuring systems and their components.
    • principles of certification, standardization and metrology software.
  2. Intellectual (thinking) skills
    • ability to use professionally-profiled knowledge and practical skills in fundamental subjects in the organization processes of metrological support of automated information-measuring systems.
    • ability to explore models taking into account their hierarchical structures and relations.
    • ability to apply mathematical symbols to determine the qualitative and quantitative objects relations.
    • ability to use basic methods of experimental data and its display processing.
    • ability to insert and process text, graphics and multimedia information.
    • ability to apply technical and programming means of automated design.
    • skills of written and oral presentation of scientific and practical material.
  3. Practical skills (subject-specific)
    • skills of systems analysis of measuring and information complexes.
    • ability to calculate units of measuring instruments, systems and automated systems of experimental researches.
    • knowledge of computer and microprocessor technology, software making up and debugging.
    • ability to calculate metrological characteristics of measuring instruments, devices and channels.
    • skills to use the apparatus of deterministic and stochastic simulation during physical processes and phenomena research.skills to program and use potential of computers and softwarе.
  4. Key/transferable skills (generic)
    • be able to apply methods of these sciences in various professional and social activities.
    • know the ethical and legal regulations of person-to-person, society and environment relations.
    • have integral conception about processes and phenomena that occur in inanimate and animate nature, understands the power of modern scientific methods of nature perception and make use them at the level required to solve problems arising by performing professional functions.
    • can continue their training and perform professional activities in a foreign language environment.
    • scientific understanding of a healthy lifestyle, has skills of physical perfection.
    • possess culture of thinking, knows its general laws, can express correctly and logical their opinions in writing or in oral form.
    • be able to organize his/her work on a scientific basis, possesses methods of creating, storing, analysis, synthesis, transfer, processing, display of information, that are used in their profession.
    • have basic knowledge of industrial relations and management principles taking into account technical, financial and human factors.
    • be able to project activity, can build and use physical and mathematical models for qualitative and quantitative analysis based on a systematic approach.
    • be able to set a goal and organize tasks connected with the implementation of professional functions, can use the acquired methods of Sciences learned before.
    • be able to organize work and effective time management.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: 

The activity objects of a Bachelor in Informational-measuring Technologies major are the development and use of specialized measuring instruments, development of software for measuring equipment, installation of computerized information-measuring systems, complexes and their service, computer processing of measuring information, measuring data collecting and transfer systems, metrologyc support of specialized measurements.

Occupation: a specialist in metrology and informational-measuring technologies

The specialist has to:

  • possess the information about the object of measurement or research, the optimal method of measurement and the appropriate primary converters and devices are selected, due to the required accuracy of measurement.
  • conduct synthesis of electrical circuits and calculates the individual components and the optimal selection of items.
  • use advanced graphical modeling means to create and analyze a mathematical model of the process of measuring or electronic measuring units due to optimization scheme, improving noise immunity and measurement accuracy.
  • create a printed circuit board of the future instrument.
  • develop and organizes software of the device.
  • unite devices together with each other or the computer in information-measuring system with standard or specialized interface.
  • create a protocol of exchange, collection, processing and delivery of measurement data in digital or graphic form.
  • develops and prepares technical documentation and verification methodology for the device or the system in general.
Access to further studies: 
Bachelor in Metrology and Informational-measuring Technologies may continue his/her studies at the university at the second cycle degree (Specialist/Master) in such majors: Metrology and Informational-measuring Technology; Metrology and Measuring Equipment.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading: 
Provisional Regulation on knowledge evaluation and recognition of students’ rating in the credit-modular system of the educational process.
Graduation requirements: 
Completed curriculum with credit load — 240 ECTS credits, defended bachelor’s thesis .
Mode of study: 
Full-time, extramural, external
Programme director: 
The head of education board of Metrology and Measuring Technologies, Sc.D., Professor Lutsyk Yaroslav.