Neuroinformational Technologies and Robotics Systems | Master's Degree Program | Altai State University

The program creates developers with a unique set of competencies at the intersection of neuroinformational technology and robotics. Students in the program study modern intelligent algorithmic, software and hardware and learn how to design intelligent sensors that allow a new technological level to approach the creation of modern information and measurement systems such as smart home or smart transportation.


09.04.01 Computer Science and Engineering


Neuroinformational Technologies and Robotics Systems

Learning mode

Full-time education, 2 years

State-funded places


Employer-sponsored places


Fee-paying places


Tuition fees per semester in 2023 / 2024 academic year

66 040 ₽

Entrance test

Informatics and Computer Science exam (written)

Passing score in 2022


What training you get

A special feature of this program is to teach students about current areas in artificial intelligence methods and robotics.

Training in the master's program is conducted by candidates and doctors of sciences, as well as leading experts of Barnaul SKB "Vostok" and other high-tech companies of the city and region. Classes will be held both in classrooms at Altai State University and in laboratories where students will be encouraged to understand the modern aspects of designing robotic systems, develop and teach a specific set of actions to artificial intelligence, and even create a robot with artificial intelligence.

Core disciplines

  • Automatic control systems in robotics
  • Sensory systems in robotics
  • Modern concepts of building autonomous robots
  • Neuroinformational technologies
  • Machine learning, etc.

Career opportunities and graduates

The broad educational profile of the program enables the graduates to work successfully at Russian and foreign enterprises of the leading industries and economy, in scientific research, medical institutions and large IT-companies.


  • Program Head - Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Computing Technology and Electronics, Alexander Alexeevich Shaidurov.
  • Phone: +7 (3852) 291-224
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