At a Glance

 

 

 

LOCATION

Ufa State Aviation Technical University, in

 

 

 

 

DEGREE TYPES

 

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Engineer's

Doctoral

 

 

 

 

ALUMNI

10 000+ graduates

live around the world

 

 

 

 

AREAS OF EXPERTIZE

 

•  Computer Engineering

 

• Computer Engineering Technology

 

• Computer Hardware Engineering

 

• Computer Information Systems

 

• Computer Science

 

• Computer Systems

 

• Computer Information Systems

 

• Software Engineering

 

• Robotics Engineering

 

 

 

Structure

 

Founded in 1987, the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR) is one of nine academic divisions at Ufa State Aviation Technical University, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a wide range of Informatics and Robotics disciplines.

 

 

The division includes seven academic departments, centers, and institutes:

 

  • Department of Engineering Cybernetics
  • Department of Computational Mathematics and Engineering Cybernetics
  • Department of Automated Management Systems
  • Department of Computing and Information Security
  • Department of Geographical Information Systems
  • Department of Informatics
  • Department of Finance, Currency in Circulation and Economic Security

 

 

  • Learning Laboratory for Electronic Systems,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Industrial and Autonomous Mobile Robotics,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Automatic Control Systems of Manufacturing and Technological Processes,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Business Analytics and Electronic Business,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Software and Computing,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Computational and Information Systems: Mathematics for Information Systems,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Web Programming,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Functional Logic Programming and Parallel Programming,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Science Learning Laboratory for Data Analysis and Investigation on Computational Experiments,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Mathematical Modelling,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Science Learning Laboratory for Software Engineering,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Computing and Network Systems Administration,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Integrated Information Management Systems,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory of Optoelectronic Devices for Information Storage and Processing,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

  • Laboratory for Electronics and Networks,

the USATU Research Centre in the Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR)

 

 

 

 

Degree offered

 

The FIR offers:

• 20 Undergraduate Degrees (Bachelor’s),

• 24 Graduate Degrees (14 Master’s, 4 Engineer's, 6 Doctoral)

 

In addition to Aviation Technical University’s main campus in Ufa, Bashkortostan,

Faculty of Informatics and Robotics (FIR) 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 Informatics and Robotics (FIR) teaching experience is designed to produce practitioner-oriented informatics and robotics 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 informatics and robotics.

 

 

 

 

 

Research

 

Research within the unit also continues to expand and strengthen, with several signature areas propelling the unit to the technological and scientific forefront:

 

• Computer Architecture and Design

 

• Databases and Data Mining

 

• Embedded Systems

 

• Networks and Distributed Systems

 

• Operating Systems


• Programming Languages and Systems


• Scientific and Numerical Computing


• Security and Privacy


• Software Engineering

 

 • Artificial Intelligence

 

Whether delivering an integrated learning experience to produce industry-ready graduates who possess problem-solving, critical thinking, communications for today’s informatics and robotics 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 Informatics and Robotics (FIR) is committed to be a competitive professional.