- Total units 48 Units
- Areas of interest Materials Science, Mathematics, Software Engineering, Engineering, Mechatronics More...
- Major code MTSY-MAJ
- Academic career Undergraduate
Learning Outcomes1. Describe the working concepts of mechatronic systems and the underlying fundamental principles of electronic, mechanical and computer engineering.
2. Demonstrate technical competence in the field of mechatronics engineering including problem identification and formulation, as well as dynamic and control analysis of mechatronic systems.
3. Demonstrate the practical skills associated with the use of modern modelling and simulation tools.
4. Design electronic and embedded systems for mechatronic applications including robotic, computer vision and control systems.
5. Apply and transfer interdisciplinary systems engineering approaches to the field of mechatronics engineering.
6. Identify and critically discuss emerging technologies in robotics and computer vision.
Professional Skills Mapping:
Mapping of Learning Outcomes to Professional Competencies
Areas of Interest
- Materials Science
- Software Engineering
- Intelligent Systems
- Artifical Intelligence
- Computer Engineering
Additional InformationMechatronics is an emerging engineering discipline based on the integration of mechanical, electrical and computing technology for advanced engineering applications. Engineers with a specialisation in mechatronics are at the forefront of developments in defence, space, medical, transport, mining and manufacturing industries. Courses include System Dynamics, Control Systems, Computer Vision and Robotics. This major is aligned with research on autonomous robotic systems (aerial, terrestrial and submersible), systems theory and control and computer vision, with applications in, for example, aged care, environmental and infrastructure monitoring and automated driver assistance systems.
This major requires the completion of 48 units, which must include:
48 units from completion of the following course(s):
|ENGN2218||Electronic Systems and Design||6|
|ENGN3213||Digital Systems and Microprocessors||6|