Intelligent Machines and Biomechanics Course Program

In addition to dynamics, which is the basis of mechanical engineering, this course program also offers applied courses such as control engineering, medical engineering, robotics and more. Its aim is to train students to acquire the ability to discover and solve problems that local communities and society are facing, to gain broad technical expertise and to be able to apply their skills.


Mechanics of Materials I
Dynamics of Machine Systems I
Basic Thermodynamics
Basic Fluid Mechanics
Control Engineering
Mechanical Design I
Computer Programming I
Statistical Processing Method
Fourier Analysis
Bio-measurement Engineering
Practical English
Experiments of Intelligent Machines and Biomechanics I
Comprehensive Engineering on Intelligent Machines and Biomechanics I
Mechanics of Materials II
Dynamics of Machine Systems II
Basic Electric Engineering
Computer Programming II
Introduction to Bioengineering
Mechanical Design II
Introduction to Computer-Aided Design
Computer Aided Engineering
Medical Engineering

Artificial Intelligence
Experiments of Intelligent Machines and Biomechanics II
Comprehensive Engineering on Intelligent Machines and Biomechanics II
Biomolecular Engineering
Basics of Image Processing
Essential English Expressions in Scientific Research and Engineering
Creative Engineering
Computational Mechanics
Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity
Practice of Accurate Processing
Introduction to Engineering Materials
Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
Circuit Engineering for Control
Introduction to Computer-Aided Manufacturing
Agricultural Machine Engineering
Laboratory Seminar
Applied Thermodynamics
Applied Fluid Mechanics
Production and Quality Control Engineering
Bachelor’s Thesis
Topics in Intelligent Machines and Biomechanics


Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)

Students will learn about CAE technology, which is essential to modern manufacturing. The class consists of lectures on the basics of CAE as well as practical exercises applying analysis software tools that are actually used in the industry.



Students will acquire knowledge and training as an engineer by learning the fundamentals of actuators, sensors and power transmission, by building an autonomous mobile robot in a small group, and by participating in a robot contest.