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In control system engineering you learn how the principles of control theory are utilised in devising a system that provides with desired behaviour and results. It’s through mathematical modelling where inputs, outputs and various other components interact, resulting in desired behaviour. The auto pilot of an aircraft is one such example, where devoid of the disturbances in the air the aircraft maintains it level, direction and speed as is set by the pilot. By undergoing this course the students get to understand the basics of control theory and by the end of the course they are able to apply appropriate principles to analyse, interpret, design, modify and build a system that behaves as desired.
Some of the topics in the field of study are engineering design, electro-mechanical systems, circuit theory, system control, engineering mechanics, instrumentation, computer programming, nonlinear dynamical systems, multivariable control systems, matrix computations and so on.
For an electronics control system engineer, jobs are available in a wide array of industries. Jobs are available in the aviation sector, aerospace, robotics, automobile engineering, manufacturing industries, food processing, rockets and missile development and the defence sector. They get to work on a number of electronic systems that are used so commonly. Some of the job profiles could be control system engineer, systems engineer, network planning engineer and so on. You have the opportunity for further studies by enrolling for an M.Tech or MS course and go for further research if interested.
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