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Electronic Information Systems



The current state of development of science and technology is characterized by the growing role of electronics in all spheres of human activity. According to statistics, up to 80% of the global industry is occupied by electronics. Everywhere we come across electronic devices and systems that include: sensors of different functional purpose; microprocessor devices and object management systems; communication devices and telecommunication systems; general-purpose and special-purpose computer systems. The object of professional activity of specialists of the specialty "Electronics" (educational program "Electronic information systems") are sensor systems, Internet technologies, computer vision systems, local and global computer networks, devices and information display systems, fiber-optic lines. communication systems, computer processing of results of experimental researches, development of new materials of electronic engineering in the form of granular or high-entropy film alloys, magneto-inhomogeneous structures and studies their properties.


As part of the Electronic Information Systems educational program, students receive basic training in electronic micro-instrumentation, spintronics, and nanomaterial-based sensor technology, which gives students a thorough understanding of the principles of operation of modern devices - from mobile phones and automotive electronics to robotics, robotics authenticated automatic lines, fiber optic communication systems and power supplies, including chargers for smartphones and laptops.


The benefits of graduates of the Electronic Information Systems program in Electronics are the versatility of their professional training that ensures employment in research institutions and industrial enterprises , employment in which it is connected with the use of information systems, modern directions of micro-instrumentation, sensory technology, nanoelectronics and spintronics; educational institutions (schools, vocational colleges, vocational colleges, higher education institutions); IT-kompany yah (NetCracker, PortaOne, Ukrtelecom, MindK, etc.), computer them firms ah (CompService, Spectrum-AS, ProfTel) engaged in the production, programming, maintenance and repair of computer and sensor equipment; enterprisesinstrumentation and energy (Shkoda Transportation, Nicmas, PJSC Sumyoblenergo, etc.) engaged in the production and operation of electronic equipment, sensors and robots.

Upon completion of their studies, masters can obtain a Doctor of Philosophy and a Doctor of Science degree in Applied Physics and Nanomaterials at the Postgraduate and Doctoral Degrees at the Department of Electronics, General and Applied Physics, or at the Postgraduate Schools of Foreign Institutions: Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Krakow), Institute of Physics (Bratislava, Slovakia), Technical University (Lublin, Poland), Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic), Institute of Physics J. Guttenberg (Mainz, Germany) and Lorient University (Nancy, France).



Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Sumy State University
2, R.-Korsakova, str., Room ET239, 40007


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