PhD, Control, Electronic and Electrical Engineering [AEiE]
Area of Studies
Degree (in English)
Doctoral School at Gdańsk University of Technology
Tuition and Other Fees
Only application fee. Education at the Doctoral School is free of charge.
21.06.2021 – 08.07.2021
The programme of Automatics, Electronics and Electrical Engineering is aimed at teaching doctoral students research methodology, innovative and novel research techniques and measurement methods, as well as the methods of implementing work results and creative problem solving. The programme comprises obligatory and facultative courses related to the discipline, as well as lectures by visiting professors from related research fields, and enables deepening knowledge in various areas - microwave technology, microelectronics, computer measurement and diagnostic systems, automation and robotics, power electronics and electric drives, and optoelectronics. The most important topics covered by the programme are electronic and integrated systems, signal and image processing, mechatronics, sensors, diagnostics, electromechanical energy conversion, electric drives and photonics. At doctoral school PhD candidates develop competences in the field of signal processors and programming of systems, sensorless control, measurement systems and networks, estimation of electric motor speed, torque and flux, use of Lagrange’s methods for electromechanical models and finite element method techniques used for solving complex problems of various engineering branches.
This program allows PhD students to gain experience in the implementation of research and development, enabling them to develop their own ideas and concepts.
A person who holds a master's degree, a master's degree in engineering or an equivalent degree or a diploma giving the right to apply for the doctor's degree (doctoral, PhD) in the country in whose higher education system the university that issued the diploma has been operating, has the right to apply to the doctoral school. In the absence of a diploma due to waiting for it to be issued, an applicant for the doctoral school should submit a certificate from the university acknowledging the defense of the master's thesis. In the absence of a diploma due to waiting for the date of the master's thesis defense, the applicant for the doctoral school should submit a relevant statement. In such a situation, the applicant may be enrolled and accepted conditionally only, and his/her admission to the school will be possible, provided that the diploma is delivered until matriculation
In cases justified by the highest quality of scientific achievements, a person who is a graduate of first-cycle studies or a student who completed the third year of long-cycle studies may be admitted to the doctoral school. The decision regarding admitting such applicants is taken by the school director.
The field of studies completed by the applicant for the doctoral school must correspond or be related to the discipline in which the candidate is to prepare a doctoral dissertation at the doctoral school. Persons who have completed studies in other fields need to indicate courses included in the first- or second-cycle studies concerning content from the area relevant to the discipline of doctoral training programme. In the case of such persons, the Admissions Committee takes the decision on further steps of enrollment.
To be admitted to the doctoral school an applicant needs to prove his/her knowledge of the English language, by having a certificate of at least B2 level. The list of certificates confirming knowledge of the English language at the required level is given in Annexe No. 4 of Admissions Rules. The certificate is not required from persons for whom the English language is the mother tongue and from people for whom the English language was the medium of instruction during their studies at a higher education institution.
Before applying please get acquainted with the information provided at our webpage for candidates - https://pg.edu.pl/szkola-doktorska/standard-admission-for-ay-2021/2022
Before registration at our application system candidates are requested to contact a prospective supervisor within the discipline relevant for the chosen doctoral dissertation research project in order to get his/her formal approval. This is a basic requirement and without such a consent you cannot proceed any further.
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