Master of Science (Mechatronic Engineering)

Sarjana Sains (Kejuruteraan Mekatronik)

The research at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Technology addresses challenges ranging from basic research to global research demands. We encourage large-scale studies and a flexible approach to interdisciplinary collaborations with other academic institutions and members of the industry in order to tackle the wider range of issues facing our society and the natural world.
Students conduct research under the supervision of academic supervisors and prepare a thesis for complete fulfilment of the graduation requirements. The fields of specialization and research areas at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Technology are:
  1. Robotic and Automation
  2. GPS guided mobile robots
  3. Nurse assistance robots
  4. Flexible robotic arms
  5. Gyro controlled stable platform
  6. Robotics in space
  7. Image Processing
  8. Facial emotion and gaze recognition
  9. Vision substitution for blind people
  10. Location of object in space by stereo vision
  11. Colour image processing
  12. Intelligent Signal Processing
  13. Automation & Instrumentation
  14. Optimal and Nonlinear Control
  15. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  16. Adaptive Control
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Graduates who apply extended knowledge and skills in areas of specific expertise for career advancements
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Graduates who contribute professionally to social, technological and economic development both nationally and/or internationally
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Graduates who exemplify self-advancement through continuous academic and/or professional development
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Show advanced and continuous knowledge and has the ability to continue to develop or use this knowledge in new situations or in the context of a multidisciplinary
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Analyse and evaluate critically problems in disciplines in situations with limited information and to provide solutions through the application of appropriate instruments and techniques
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Assess existing information and research evidence and apply it in the context of engineering
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Assess existing information and research evidence and apply it in the context of engineering PLO4: Plan and implement research tasks professionally, ethically and responsibly
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Report technical findings in writing and verbal forms
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Recognize the need for continuing professional development

Quick Points

Campus:

Kampus Alam Pauh Putra, Perlis

Programme Code:

MR24

Specialisation:

Mechatronic Engineering

Study Level:

Intake:

Open throughout the year

Duration:

Full Time Study: Minimum 1 Years, Maximum 3 Years

Part Time Study: Minimum 2 Years, Maximum 5 Years

The research at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Technology addresses challenges ranging from basic research to global research demands. We encourage large-scale studies and a flexible approach to interdisciplinary collaborations with other academic institutions and members of the industry in order to tackle the wider range of issues facing our society and the natural world.
Students conduct research under the supervision of academic supervisors and prepare a thesis for complete fulfilment of the graduation requirements. The fields of specialization and research areas at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Technology are:
  1. Robotic and Automation
  2. GPS guided mobile robots
  3. Nurse assistance robots
  4. Flexible robotic arms
  5. Gyro controlled stable platform
  6. Robotics in space
  7. Image Processing
  8. Facial emotion and gaze recognition
  9. Vision substitution for blind people
  10. Location of object in space by stereo vision
  11. Colour image processing
  12. Intelligent Signal Processing
  13. Automation & Instrumentation
  14. Optimal and Nonlinear Control
  15. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  16. Adaptive Control
1
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Click button below for more details on education fees and entry requirements.

1
Graduates who apply extended knowledge and skills in areas of specific expertise for career advancements
2
Graduates who contribute professionally to social, technological and economic development both nationally and/or internationally
3
Graduates who exemplify self-advancement through continuous academic and/or professional development
1
Show advanced and continuous knowledge and has the ability to continue to develop or use this knowledge in new situations or in the context of a multidisciplinary
2
Analyse and evaluate critically problems in disciplines in situations with limited information and to provide solutions through the application of appropriate instruments and techniques
3
Assess existing information and research evidence and apply it in the context of engineering
4
Assess existing information and research evidence and apply it in the context of engineering PLO4: Plan and implement research tasks professionally, ethically and responsibly
5
Report technical findings in writing and verbal forms
6
Recognize the need for continuing professional development