Semester Semester Course title ECTS Annotation
Autumn Devices of Control Systems 2 3 During the study of the subject, students are introduced to electromechanical control devices of automatic systems. Furthermore, during the study of the module, information transfer between devices of control systems and signal conversion principles are analyzed. During the study of the module, students explore functioning principles of information transfer and conversion devices, and the methods of their combination. During the study of the module, an overview of special-purpose and universal control devices, and basic tools of local visualisation is given. An introduction to control systems of servo-actuators and stepping motor drives is given. A mechatronic automation system is recognized as an entity of mechanic, electronic, and information technologies. Students are able to recognize modular production system elements, their features and application areas. Diagrams are analyzed, and the mechatronic systems are tuned according to them. Actual state of mechatronic system is evaluated, and the faults are identified and eliminated. Controllers of modular production system are programmed. An introduction to ASI, Profibus, and Bus control devices is given, and device control is performed from the operation panels over the ETHERNET connection.
Autumn Basics of Programming 5 The aim of the subject is to introduce students to the creation principles of task solving algorithms, to the main commands of programming language C++, its components and structures, tools of program construction and the simplest structures of user interface. The main attention is paid to the consistent assimilation of the main C++ language structures and to the learning how to write programs in C++ language. During the course, students are introduced to .net environment of the object-oriented programming system Visual Studio. Students acquire programming knowledge and skills during the creation of programs in C++ language. Students learn to program input and output, control structures, to use and create functions. Students get introduced to array handling principles and learn to create array handling algorithms. Students learn to use the variables of a simple type – pointers and the variables of structure type, they are introduced to the principles of operations with files, learn to create file handling programs.
Autumn Process Visualization and 3D Projection 4 The subject introduces students to the Autodesk Inventor system environment as well as principles of parametric modeling; students learn how to create spatial parametric models, their compounds, and work drafts; prepare technical documentation, create product visualisation and try the product model in the virtual space under real task conditions.
Autumn Control of Renewable Energy Systems 5 During this course students learn the basics of wind, solar, hydro, biofuel and geothermal power systems and the physical basics of energy conversion, analyse the principles of hydrogen energy technologies, RES management systems and their visualization. Besides, students learn to understand the principles of operation of SOFT and PEM fuel cells as well as basic aspects of the hydrogen production cycle. Moreover, students study RES programmable embedded control systems, design and install mechatronic systems for renewable energy.
Autumn English 3 The course is designed to develop students’ foreign language writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills required in multicultural communication; vocabulary and communication skills, mastery of basic language and corporate communication terms for independent literature reading and comprehension as well as preparation for studying technical/professional language.
Autumn Electronics 5 On the completion of the course, students acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of electronics, which can be applied in electronics engineering and telecommunications, as well as in automatic control. Students will be able to design and calculate various electronic schemes using computer; to perform maintenance of electronic devices, to eliminate simple faults; to recognise the form of signals, to calculate their parameters. Students will be introduced to the basics of logical electronics and the main parts of microcontrollers.
Spring Programming .net technology 5 The subject introduces students to the Autodesk Inventor system environment as well as principles of parametric modeling; students learn how to create spatial parametric models, their compounds, and work drafts; prepare technical documentation, create product visualisation and try the product model in the virtual space under real task conditions.
Spring Logical Automation 3 During this course, students will become familiar with the methods of designing logical automation systems which allow to determine optimal expressions of logic equations for the controlled devices. The synthesis of combinatorial and sequential logic automation systems is investigated using the methods of Carn-Weiče diagrams and sequential functional diagrams. The methods discussed are illustrated with concrete examples of practical realization. In addition, the GEMA method is investigated, which allows structuring the algorithms of complex logical systems and selecting the tasks of a particular technological device or process control. The course discusses the peculiarities of application of logical controllers and their standard programming languages. Practical and independent work is carried out to consolidate students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
Spring Control Theory 6 During the study, structure of automatic systems is analyzed, types of automatic systems are introduced, purpose of automatic monitoring systems and automatic control systems is explored; functional purpose of automatic system elements is analyzed; principles of automatic control are introduced; static and dynamic characteristics of automatic control system elements are analyzed; control laws are studied; terms of stability and control quality of automatic control systems are analyzed; methods of controller selection are analyzed; fuzzy logic-based controllers are introduced. Furthermore, during the study of the subject, information transfer between devices of control systems and signal conversion principles are analyzed. During the study of the subject, students explore functioning principles of information transfer and conversion devices, and the methods of their combination.
Spring Devices of Control Systems 1 5 During the study of the subject, students are introduced to the principal elements of control systems – sensors, measurement devices, and final control devices. Students analyze constructional features of sensors and measurement devices, and their functioning principles. They are introduced to proximity sensors, measurement principles of temperature, pressure, flow, mechanical, and other parameters. During the study of the subject, students analyze functioning principles and constructional features of control system devices – controllers, final control and intermediate devices, final control elements, and transducers. Students analyze electric, pneumatic, and hydraulic features of automation devices, and evaluate their differences. Students learn to properly pick devices of control systems, and to tune them.
Spring Professional English 3 The course is designed to develop students’ technical/professional foreign language skills as well as writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills required for professional communication, and technical literature reading and comprehension. During the course, students will acquire knowledge of information and telecommunications technology based control systems and robotics systems in English; will be able to explain, define, translate and apply terminology in spoken and written language.
Semester Semester Course title ECTS Annotation
Autumn Process Visualization and 3D Projection 4 The subject introduces students to the Autodesk Inventor system environment as well as principles of parametric modeling; students learn how to create spatial parametric models, their compounds, and work drafts; prepare technical documentation, create product visualisation and try the product model in the virtual space under real task conditions.
Autumn Control Theory 5 During the study, structure of automatic systems is analyzed, types of automatic systems are introduced, purpose of automatic monitoring systems and automatic control systems is explored; functional purpose of automatic system elements is analyzed; principles of automatic control are introduced; static and dynamic characteristics of automatic control system elements are analyzed; control laws are studied; terms of stability and control quality of automatic control systems are analyzed; methods of controller selection are analyzed; fuzzy logic-based controllers are introduced. Furthermore, during the study of the subject, information transfer between devices of control systems and signal conversion principles are analyzed. During the study of the subject, students explore functioning principles of information transfer and conversion devices, and the methods of their combination.
Autumn Electronics 5 On the completion of the course, students acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of electronics, which can be applied in electronics engineering and telecommunications, as well as in automatic control. Students will be able to design and calculate various electronic schemes using computer; to perform maintenance of electronic devices, to eliminate simple faults; to recognise the form of signals, to calculate their parameters. Students will be introduced to the basics of logical electronics and the main parts of microcontrollers.
Autumn Basics of Programming 5 The aim of the subject is to introduce students to the creation principles of task solving algorithms, to the main commands of programming language C++, its components and structures, tools of program construction and the simplest structures of user interface. The main attention is paid to the consistent assimilation of the main C++ language structures and to the learning how to write programs in C++ language. During the course, students are introduced to .net environment of the object-oriented programming system Visual Studio. Students acquire programming knowledge and skills during the creation of programs in C++ language. Students learn to program input and output, control structures, to use and create functions. Students get introduced to array handling principles and learn to create array handling algorithms. Students learn to use the variables of a simple type – pointers and the variables of structure type, they are introduced to the principles of operations with files, learn to create file handling programs.
Autumn English 3 The course is designed to develop students’ technical/professsional foreign language skills as well as writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills required for professional communication, and technical literature reading and comprehension. During the course, students will acquire knowledge of automatic control and automatic control systems in a foreign language; will be able to explain, define, translate and apply terminology in spoken and written language.
Spring Professional English 3 The course is designed to develop students’ technical/professional foreign language skills as well as writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills required for professional communication, and technical literature reading and comprehension. During the course, students will acquire knowledge of information and telecommunications technology based control systems and robotics systems in English; will be able to explain, define, translate and apply terminology in spoken and written language.
Spring Programming .net technology 5 The subject introduces students to the Autodesk Inventor system environment as well as principles of parametric modeling; students learn how to create spatial parametric models, their compounds, and work drafts; prepare technical documentation, create product visualisation and try the product model in the virtual space under real task conditions.
Spring Logical Automation 5 During this course, students will become familiar with the methods of designing logical automation systems which allow to determine optimal expressions of logic equations for the controlled devices. The synthesis of combinatorial and sequential logic automation systems is investigated using the methods of Carn-Weiče diagrams and sequential functional diagrams. The methods discussed are illustrated with concrete examples of practical realization. In addition, the GEMA method is investigated, which allows structuring the algorithms of complex logical systems and selecting the tasks of a particular technological device or process control. The course discusses the peculiarities of application of logical controllers and their standard programming languages. Practical and independent work is carried out to consolidate students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
Spring Programming Practice 3 The practice introduces students to website development tools, the structure of webpages and HTML language commands. Students will learn to use HTML word managament tools as well as webpage structural elements and forms, and how to insert graphic elements. During the practice, students will learn the basics of programmable logic controllers (further PLC) programming, basic principles of PLC programing languages, and principles of PLC selection and configuration. Students will create their personal practice blogs.
Spring Projection Practice 6 During the practice, students gain knowledge of the operation of the latest electronic devices and integrated electronic systems developed thereof. Students learn to apply the latest operation principles of electronic devices and computerized electronic systems. The practice provides knowledge about new online technologies and their application to connect computers, smartphones and other electronic devices. During the practice, students learn to apply information technology to solve engineering tasks, perform hardware maintenance work, create and write programs for a computer, microprocessor, microcontroller and various embedded systems. During the practice, students learn to design a system that connects computers and a database that can be controlled via a web browser on any computer or smartphone.
Spring Sensors and Actuators 5 The course will introduce students to the main elements of the automated system: sensors and measuring and execution devices. Students analyze the design features and operating principles of sensors and measuring devices; get acquainted with proximity sensors, the principles of measuring temperature, pressure, flow, mechanical and other parameters. They also study design features and operating principles of automated system devices: regulators, actuators and intermediate devices, impact elements, and converters. Students analyze properties of electric, pneumatic, and hydraulic automation devices and evaluate their differences. Students learn to properly choose automated systems devices and synchronize them. During the course, students discover working principles of information transfer and exchange devices, their construction and methods of mutual coordination. The course reviews the function of special purpose and universal control devices and main tools for local visualization; introduces to the management systems of servo drives and stepping gear; mechatronic automation system is understood as a combination of mechanical, electronic and information technology. After this course, students will be able to recognize properties of the elements of a modular production system and their uses; analyze schemes and, based on them, combine mechatronic systems; evaluate the current status of a mechatronic system; identify and eliminate faults. Students will get familiar with programmable modular system controllers; ASI, Profibus, Bus management devices; they will operate devices from the operating consoles through the ETHERNET interface.
Semester Semester Course title ECTS Annotation
Autumn I Information Technologies 5 Students will get acquainted with computer parts, characteristics, computer network organizational principles, will learn to implement and to configure computer system software, to prepare and process texts, graphic information, to make a layout, to perform different calculations, to  use mathematical, time, logical functions, to create and modify graphs and diagrams, to create lists, to format and filter them, to create presentation slides, to create relation data bases, to learn the principles of information search  on the international network.
Autumn I Mathematics and Statistics 6 The subject consists of the following sections:  linear algebra, vector algebra and analytical geometry, limit of a function and continuity. During the subject students will get acquainted with different solving methods of linear equations using matrixes and determinants as well as the elements of vector algebra and analytical geometry. Degree 2 curves are defined. Students are introduced to the rules of limit of function calculations, continuous and discontinuous functions.
Autumn I Engineering Graphics 6 Engineering graphics analyzes the methods and tools of graphical representation of technical information. The basis of engineering graphics is drawing geometry which forms and analyzes all geometric models on the plane. For a long time the main tools of an engineering graphics were a pencil, a ruler, c compass and paper. Although there were a lot of attempts to make the course more systemic and mathematical. With the development of information technologies the usual graphical tools were replaced by special project design programmes.
The possibility for a computer engineering graphics to be established was created after the invention of computers because the implementation methods and possibilities have been changed essentially. Computer allows working not only with images – drawings, but also with spatial models of objects.
Spring II Photogrammetry 4 Students will learn the peculiarities of the applicability of photogrammetric methods; will find out the specifics of the photography tools used, the main parameters of aerial photographs, their geometric properties, quantitative characteristics, their quantitative and qualitative criteria.
Spring II Basics of Land Management and Real Estate Law 6 During the programme the students will get acquainted with the ownership rights of realty law, legal regulation of real property use, its registration, special law guidelines related to the land use following the main legal acts of Lithuanian Republic regulating legal relations of land and other real estate property. Students will learn the formulations of legal acts, the logics of realty use, formation, management, sales, bonds and other contracts, will solve different problems related with the most frequent situations and will make decisions according to the regulating documents as well as legal acts.
Spring II Basics of Law 3 The subject programme present a concentrated legal information which is the most necessary in human life and his practical activity; it includes the main structural parts of Lithuanian legal system – starting with short review of law  theory and continuing with rather comprehensive analysis of separate law branches (such as constitutional, labor, civil,  land, administrational, criminal and European Union law). A consistent analysis of the main legal guidelines regarding the tendencies of legal regulation variations is presented.
Spring IV Basics of Construction and Underground Communications 5 The subject was designed for the students who are seeking to acquire primary knowledge and professional abilities in the area of the basics of construction as well as engineering network – underground communications. Students will get acquainted with the Law of construction, technical regulations and institutions related to construction. Construction materials, their characteristics, application are described; building construction parts, their elements are analyzed. Variety, purpose, importance, functions as well as technical documentation regulating the peculiarities of project design and installation are discussed.
Spring IV Spatial Data 3 Students get familiar with the law of Geodesy and cartography as well as the main definitions of spatial data included in the laws. The data structures used by the ESRI are reviewed. The methods ascertaining the unity of attribute data are investigated. The data of Lithuanian geo referential base as well as Lithuanian spatial information infrastructure are presented. The integrated geographic information specification is analyzed. Methods and rules that allow to assure the unity of data geometry are examined. Types of metadata are surveyed. Characteristics of spatial data quality are introduced.
Spring IV Engineering Geodesy 1 3 Knowledge about engineering-geodetic research is provided, geodetic support network is discussed, and topographic, bathymetric and checking pictures, coordinate transformation as well as practical use of transformed coordinates are reviewed. Project data transfer to the construction site, well card preparation is explained. Knowledge about vertical earth surface projecting ways and methods, vertical projecting of horizontal and incline sites is provided
Autumn III Geodetic Equipment 3 The knowledge as well as professional abilities concerning construction and use of geodetic equipment, its use, maintenance and construction principles are acquired. Theoretical analysis is performed; the research methods designed for device construction, their use and maintenance are used. Students learn about the basics of wave and geometry optics, optical parts of devices, disadvantages of optical systems as well as their removal, limbs (ordinary and electronic), self-reading systems: using bar and scale  microscope, construction and operating principles of optical micrometers. Construction and production of level as well as operating principles of different compensators are analyzed.
Autumn III Geodesy 6 The main stages of historical developmental of geodesy science as well as legal acts regulating geodesy are reviewed, The Earth shape, size, orientation and coordinate systems are  described, and the technology of a horizontal picture is explained.
Spring IV Cadastral Measurements 5 The purpose of realty cadastre, its use, structure, composition methods, and factors characterizing real estate quality, value and property are described. Professional abilities to prepare realty cadastre object data files according to Legal acts and requirements of Lithuanian Republic by collecting realty object cadastral data, designing land plot plans, selecting measuring devices and computer software used in the works of cadastral measurements as well as preparing realty object cadastral data for legal registration in the realty register are developed. The realty cadastre systems in other countries of European Union are evaluated.
Spring IV Survey Result Processing 3 The methods of survey result processing in different areas of geodetic survey activities in Lithuania and EU. The main result processing methods and requirements are applied by classifying surveying according to occurring errors and ranking geodetic survey results according to different precision assessment criteria and assessing the precision and reliability of geodetic survey results.
Spring VI Business Economics 3 Structured knowledge concerning business economics are provided; on the basis of this knowledge abilities to assess economic business environment, to establish a business enterprise (or perform an activity according to business certificate), to plan, to analyze and assess enterprise activity and to identify its development opportunities are formed.
SPECIALIZATION I
Autumn V Higher Geodesy 4 Knowledge and professional activities to analyze gravitational field of Earth, potential of pull and gravity, force lines and equipotential surfaces, normal gravity field, height systems, gravity measurement methods, gravimetric measurements, celestial coordinate systems, astronomic time system, visual real and average coordinates, star catalogues, astronomic diaries, identification of astronomic coordinates and azimuth are developed.
Autumn V Engineering Geodesy 2 4 Knowledge about geodetic works that are carried out while making different research building projection works is provided. Methods of project demarcation in nature and instruments used are explained. Geodetic calculations for project demarcation, performance of demarcation works, and evaluation of demarcation work precision are discussed. Geodetic works in construction of an underground and above ground part of a building, demarcation of heights on building constructions, control geodetic pictures, building deformation research, observations of building drift and tilt are analyzed. The application of geodetic methods to land plot measurements, plot projection, demarcation, land plot consolidations, boundary setting are explained.
Autumn V Geographic and Thematic Information Systems 4 Students will get acquainted with the projection methodology of geographic information systems data bases, cartographic methods in the environment of geographic information systems, a detailed knowledge about the application of the technologies and functions of geographic information systems  for the analysis of geographic data are provided, they will acquire the experience of individual work in preparing geographic information system of a defined territory.
To apply the functions of Network Analyst i.e. the logics of road and street network, research parameters and the modeling of the quickest route. To analyze the dynamics of objects and phenomena using Tracking Analyst module. To use MapNoise computer software to perform noise spread calculations in the analyzed territory, calculations at building facades,  to plan noise decreasing bars.
Spring VI Engineering Geodesy Research 3 Knowledge related to site engineering-geodetic measurements and building projection works are provided. Project demarcation in site methods and instruments used are explained. Tracing works, detailed demarcation of curves, road axis, sub grades and excavations are discussed. Geodetic works in bridge construction and rail building are examined. Information about geodetic works when projecting , marking, building and exploiting bridges, viaducts, trestles, tunnels, air ports, melioration systems, high and hydro technical buildings, performing morph metric and hydrometric research is given.
Spring VI Specialization Coursework 3 Knowledge related to site engineering-geodetic measurements and building projection works are provided. Project demarcation in site methods and instruments used are explained. Tracing works, detailed demarcation of curves, road axis, sub grades and excavations are discussed. Geodetic works in bridge construction and rail building are examined. Information about geodetic works when projecting , marking, building and exploiting bridges, viaducts, trestles, tunnels, air ports, melioration systems, high and hydro technical buildings, performing morph metric and hydrometric research is given.
SPECIALIZATION II
Autumn V Geographic and Land Information Systems 4 The purpose of module is to introduce students to the main aims and objectives of land information system, to teach them to construct land information system data bases, to be aware of topographic data base connections to land cadastre data base;  students will get acquainted with the data processing procedures, qualitative and quantitative features of land resources, will learn to apply soils and their agrochemical features in cartography and to express them in digital maps, they will get acquainted with land use and land use cartography and data base, cartography of the declared land plots and crops, land use conditions and their cartographic expression
Spring VI Real Estate Cadastre Information System 3 Real estate cadastre is a systemized and methodologically arranged set of graphic and attributes data of real estate objects, which is preserved in computer media. The aim of the module is to provide students knowledge about the purpose, importance, structure as well as application of real estate cadastre; to understand the structure of real estate cadastre data, possibilities for its compilation and processing; to be able to form and to reorganize real estate objects, to prepare their data for legal registration in the real estate register.
Spring VI Specialization Coursework 3 Knowledge and practical skills to describe  the restoration of ownership rights to land by disposing equivalent land plots, to urban land by naming the necessary documents of state redeemable former private land, to analyze the rules of  land reform land planning project expertise organization and performance, to adapt the rules of rural development land planning project preparation when projecting farmer agrarian land plots and access to them, to analyze  land plot formation and reorganization project preparation rules and their application, to make land formation and reorganization project (amalgamation) using computer software are presented.
Elective subjects
Spring VI Career Planning (elective course) 3 The subject analyzes the issues of personal career planning, the concept of career, career choice, planning, management, development; peculiarities of a personality and environment are assessed.