One of the main goals of our group is to establish a future-oriented program for the master and doctoral study in dynamics and control theory and engineering. We recruit Ph. D. and M. Sc. students from national key universities majored in automatic control, computer science, flight control, etc. All graduated students have found suitable positions in universities, scientific research institutes, or high-tech companies.
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Research fields include control of complex mechanical systems, dynamics and control of coordinating multi-agent systems, nonlinear and robust control, multi-body dynamics, dynamics and control of aircrafts, analysis and control of hyper-sonic flights, navigation/guide/control of flights, analysis and control of complex networks, simulation study of complex control systems, fault diagnosis and tolerant control, etc.
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
It takes at least 8 to 10 weeks after the application deadline to send out the formal Letter of Admission. We may inform you to attend an interview or request additional materials according to your application process during this period. If you are accepted, we will send you a Letter of Admission and other relevant documents. To track the progress of your application, please contact the International Students Division either by email or telephone. Due to our limited staff, we may not reply promptly to all enquiries.
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