Studies

Academic personnel of electrical, electronics and automation fields aim to share their research experience with the students of the Faculty. Any theoretical knowledge obtained is instantly applied in practice not only during laboratory work but also through a variety of projects, studies or contracted activity. The Faculty highly appreciates student initiative and creativity, and aims to make studies not only useful but also highly compelling.

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Renewable Energy includes solar, wind, water and other renewable sources for electricity and heat generation. Renewable energy production means the latest technology, state-of-the-art equipment and innovative projects. These criteria refer to the need for highly qualified specialists who are being prepared by the Renewable Energy Study programme.

Supervisor of study programme
Audrius Jonaitis
email: audrius.jonaitis@ktu.lt
Phone: +370 (37) 300 281

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Automation is one of the major engines of progress in all areas of modern human activity. The study programme prepares Bachelors of Management Systems, capable of developing, designing, installing and servicing from simple equipment control automation to complex technological processes and traffic flow management systems using classical and modern automation solutions, artificial intelligence and computer senses.

Supervisor of study programme
Virginijus Baranauskas
email: virginijus.baranauskas@ktu.lt

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Biomedical electronics engineers take care of the reliable functioning and continuous improvement of complex technical equipment. This speciality is aimed at all those wishing to learn how the electronic medical equipment functions and is designed, who want to contribute to the responsible work of doctors, assist them in using complex technique.

Supervisor of study programme
Andrius Chaziachmetovas
email: andrius.chaziachmetovas@ktu.lt
Phone. +370 (37) 300 518

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Study programme Electronics Engineering is made for future electronics engineers, who are able to design, install, research, develop and maintain modern systems for industry, medicine, security and logistics, communication systems, military equipment. Electronics engineers and project managers start with the idea of a new product or service and develop it to commercial realisation.

Supervisor of study programme
Andrius Chaziachmetovas
email: andrius.chaziachmetovas@ktu.lt
Phone. +370 (37) 300 518

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The Electrical Power Engineering study programme is designed to provide highly qualified specialists with electrical, electromechanical, electrical power engineering knowledge of power electronics, power converters, electrical machinery, electrical networks and power plants, the electricity market, who are capable of designing and operating electric, power and electronic equipment, to solve its production problems.

Supervisor of study programme
Audrius Jonaitis
email: audrius.jonaitis@ktu.lt
Phone: +370 (37) 300 281

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Robotics is one of the most advanced cutting-edge specialisations with the greatest prospects for the future. This study programme prepares bachelors of robotics and cybernetics capable of developing, designing, installing and servicing robots and their systems used in various industries: public sector, space and military industry, home life. The contemporary technological solutions in robotics combine classical mechatronics, control algorithms, artificial intelligence and various computer senses.

Supervisor of study programme
Virginijus Baranauskas

email: virginijus.baranauskas@ktu.lt
Phone: +370 (37) 300 291

Introduction to study programme:

Speed, safety, eco-friendliness, comfort, economy and other features in transport are driven by electronics. Contemporary transport – from usual cars to sophisticated intelligent metropolitan transport management system – is impossible without electronics.

Supervisor of study programme
Andrius Chaziachmetovas
email: andrius.chaziachmetovas@ktu.lt 
Phone: +370 (37) 300 518

Introduction to study programme:

The aging population poses challenges to the healthcare system that biomedical engineering helps to solve. During these studies theoretical knowledge is being developed, and skills of research work are being trained for the development and improvement of equipment for medical diagnostics, therapy and health monitoring. Graduates of the programme work in the medical devices industry, science centres, and state regulatory bodies.

Supervisor of study programme
Andrius Chaziachmetovas
email:  andrius.chaziachmetovas@ktu.lt 
Phone: +370 (37) 300 518

Introduction to study programme:

Development of electronics engineering field is inseparable from new knowledge and skills. The research work carried out and the overall knowledge provided by this study programme enable our graduates to remain competitive in job market. Electronics Engineering Masters work as project leaders, heads of business departments / divisions, researchers / scientists, managers and CEOs of multinational companies.

Supervisor of study programme
Andrius Chaziachmetovas
email: andrius.chaziachmetovas@ktu.lt
Phone: +370 (37) 300 518

Introduction to study programme:

The acquired competences and knowledge for the graduates of this study programme will be helpful in establishment of new energy services companies, implementation of strategic energy projects, research, design, manufacturing technological work in the power generation and supply, management, planning and strategy branches of power and other industries, designing new energy objects organisations, research institutes and laboratories.

Supervisor of study programme
Audrius Jonaitis
email: audrius.jonaitis@ktu.lt
Phone: +370 (37) 300 281

Introduction to study programme:

Graduates will obtain extensive interdisciplinary knowledge of energy generation, transmission, distribution and energy efficiency technologies and economics, will be able to integrate and apply knowledge and skills to solve technological and economic problems in the energy sector. They will be able to manage energy objects and make cost-effective engineering decisions. The knowledge acquired during these studies will enable energy technologies and economics graduates to conduct research that ensures the sustainable development of the energy sector; it will make them valuable professionals of the field capable of solving long-term development and planning issues of the energy sector. Likewise, the graduates of this programme can become priceless addition to the staff of individual enterprises, where they can advise on economical supply of energy resources, work on forecasting energy needs and risk assessment, management and regulation of energy market markets questions.

Supervisor of study programme
Audrius Jonaitis
email: audrius.jonaitis@ktu.lt
Phone: +370 (37) 351 318

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Control technologies encompass a wide area of engineering activity. The need for professionals in this field is based on the constant need of enterprises to deploy and improve management systems that are an integral part of modern technology. The study programme prepares masters of control systems, capable of developing contemporary control systems and solving problems of technological processes and control systems.

Supervisor of study programme
Virginijus Baranauskas

email: virginijus.baranauskas@ktu.lt

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Double degree programme with Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Spain

It is one of the most rapidly developing scientific fields with scientific research including diagnostics in aviation, energy and other industries, application of electronics in biomedicine, monitoring and control systems in entities and transportation objects, methods for receiving and processing of signals and images. Research is carried out using the latest scientific equipment and technologies collected at KTU Santaka Valley. Doctoral studies of this field provide conditions for conducting of part of the research under contracts at the research institutions in England and Spain, and to obtain double degree at Miguel Hernández University of Elche (Spain).

Chairman of the Doctoral Committee of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Liudas Mažeika        

email: liudas.mazeika@ktu.lt

Joint doctoral studies with Lithuanian Energy Institute

The only joint doctoral studies of KTU and LEI in the scientific field of energy and thermal engineering provided in Lithuania trains highly qualified scientists for energy and industry, as well as research institutions. Doctoral studies of this scientific field are provided in the following areas:

  • Sustainable energy – efficient use of fossil fuels and renewable primary sources in energy generation technologies and systems, reduction of environmental impact
  • Fundamental and applied research of carrier processes in thermal engineering technologies
  • Modelling and research of smart technologies and modes for sustainable electricity systems

The objective of the programme is to train highly qualified scientists of energy and thermal engineering for industry and research institutions.

Chairman of the Doctoral Committee of Energetics and Power Engineering
Gintautas Miliauskas       

email: gintautas.miliauskas@ktu.lt

Joint doctoral studies with Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Informatics Engineering is a branch of computer science, which focuses on effective solution of practical computation and information processing problems applying scientific knowledge. Each doctoral student who aims to acquire doctoral degree has to complete doctoral studies (study workload is 30 credits), to conduct original scientific research in the scientific field of Informatics Engineering and to develop new scientific knowledge, to present his/her scientific research findings in national and international scientific conferences and scientific journals, to write and to orally defend his/her doctoral dissertation. The programme provides doctoral students with a possibility to complete one study module at the academic institution abroad or to participate in the PhD Summer School outside Lithuania, and to actively take part in the most advanced scientific research at the state-of-the-art KTU Santaka Valley laboratories.
The objective of the programme is to train world-class scientists of the informatics engineering research field.

Chairman of the Doctoral Committee of Informatics Engineering
Robertas Damaševičius

email: robertas.damasevicius@ktu.lt

Possibility to conduct scientific research at the United Kingdom for the period of 3 years

Measurement Engineering is the main doctoral study programme in Lithuania, directly related to the knowledge of creation of the high added value solutions in various sectors of industry: space, land, water and air transportation, renewable sources and atomic energy. Estimating reserve of strategic energy resources energy, such as oil, gas, electricity, etc., depends on measured values. Production, storage and support/service areas also have a need for quality control, non-destructive tests for insurance of safety of people and environment. This field of doctoral studies provides conditions to conduct part of research under the contracts at research institutions in England.

Chairman of the Doctoral Committee of Measurement Engineering
Rymantas Jonas Kažys
email: rymantas.kazys@ktu.lt

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Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

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