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Educational Activity

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Field of Study

Control Engineering

His Lecture (2020)

Presentation Method (D) (Graduate School)
Presentation Method (M) (Graduate School)
Project Exercise (Bachelor Course)
Advanced Mechatronics Engineering (Graduate School)
Advanced Theory of Electrical Control Systems and Applications (Graduate School)
Applications of Electrical Machines (Bachelor Course)
Interdisciplinary Seminar in Science and Technology (Graduate School)
Advanced Environmental Systems Engineering (Graduate School)
Electrical Machines 2 (Bachelor Course)
Graduate Research on Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Graduate School)
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory 1 (Bachelor Course)
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory 2 (Bachelor Course)

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Research Supervisory ( last 5 years )

41 students (bachelor), 34 students (master), 3 students (doctor)