Developing Mechatronics Education in Uzbekistan

The KTH Mechatronics Division is proud to be part of the EU Tempus project to help set up and develop PhD and Masters level education in Mechatronics and control engineering at 5 Uzbek universities.

The KTH Mechatronics Division is proud to be part of the EU Tempus project to help set up and develop PhD and Masters level education in Mechatronics and control engineering at 5 Uzbek universities: BTI (Bukhara Engineering-Technology Institute), FPI (Fergana Polytechnic Institute), NMI (Navoi State Mining Institute), TARI (Tashkent Automotive Road Institute) and TPU (Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent).

The main objective of the project is to produce a new generation of engineers capable of performing constructive engineering works in the Mechatronics field meeting today’s and tomorrow's technology challenges.  Read more about the partners involved and the project itself at:

tempus-mach.com/index.php?contacts

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