The degree in Mechatronics Engineering is a teaching project that seeks to aggregate the synergies and knowledge present in the areas of informatics, electronics and mechanics.
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- Graduates in mechatronics have the skills to work with automated systems in industry. This area involves skills in mechanics, electronics, automation, control and IT. Within the scope of computer computing, skills are identified in the applications of information technology, control systems for programmable machines, and technologies that allow communication between machines, equipment and people.
- These engineers will be able to respond satisfactorily to a variety of industry needs. They can design, build and maintain automatic equipment, intervene in process control.
- They can also carry out mechanical maintenance and intervene in the numerical control of machine tools.
- They also have scientific skills for collecting information from equipment, components (sensors) and regulatory units, thus responding to the technological evolution of the industry and its industrial communication networks.
Mathematics and Physics and Chemistry