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jose.jimmy@gmail.com
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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2006 5:41 pm    Post subject: Help in Selecting University for Msc Control (UK) Reply with quote

Hi,
I am apsiring to do my Msc Control Engg and got offers from Univ of
Sheff (Msc Control ) & Univ of Bath ( Msc Dynamics& Control ) . I have
2 years experience in Automotive Control(in INDIA) and intending to
pursue career in same field. Somebody please suggest which is better
Univ ?

Thanks in Advance

Jose
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TheRomanov
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Help in Selecting University for Msc Control (UK) Reply with quote

I had a colleague who did MSc in Process Control at Univ of Newcastle
and finally landed himself working with Total Refinery. Don't know if
either of both univs are good but should also check the univ. I was
told some lecturer at the univ came from industries around the city as
visiting lecturer.

jose.jimmy@gmail.com wrote:
Quote:
Hi,
I am apsiring to do my Msc Control Engg and got offers from Univ of
Sheff (Msc Control ) & Univ of Bath ( Msc Dynamics& Control ) . I have
2 years experience in Automotive Control(in INDIA) and intending to
pursue career in same field. Somebody please suggest which is better
Univ ?

Thanks in Advance

Jose
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Ankur
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 9:17 am    Post subject: Re: Help in Selecting University for Msc Control (UK) Reply with quote

Hi,

Check the MSc Applied Process Control in Newcastle University. it is
good for chemical/control engineers who wish to work in the process
industry. I guess some of the London Universities shall also have
Conrol Engg MSc courses.

Best wishes with your Univ hunting..!!

Ankur

TheRomanov wrote:
Quote:
I had a colleague who did MSc in Process Control at Univ of Newcastle
and finally landed himself working with Total Refinery. Don't know if
either of both univs are good but should also check the univ. I was
told some lecturer at the univ came from industries around the city as
visiting lecturer.

jose.jimmy@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,
I am apsiring to do my Msc Control Engg and got offers from Univ of
Sheff (Msc Control ) & Univ of Bath ( Msc Dynamics& Control ) . I have
2 years experience in Automotive Control(in INDIA) and intending to
pursue career in same field. Somebody please suggest which is better
Univ ?

Thanks in Advance

Jose
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Francis
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 8:01 am    Post subject: Re: Help in Selecting University for Msc Control (UK) Reply with quote

If you think the quality of their web sites is indicative then Newcastle's
excellent mateiral is a good sign. (I dont work for them.)
For example
http://lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/advcontrl/apc.htm
Unless you mean Newcastle Australia - and they have good stuff too (but
after a quick search it seems to have disappeared).
http://www.newcastle.edu.au
Francis


"Ankur" <ankurmukh@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Quote:
Hi,

Check the MSc Applied Process Control in Newcastle University. it is
good for chemical/control engineers who wish to work in the process
industry. I guess some of the London Universities shall also have
Conrol Engg MSc courses.

Best wishes with your Univ hunting..!!

Ankur

TheRomanov wrote:
I had a colleague who did MSc in Process Control at Univ of Newcastle
and finally landed himself working with Total Refinery. Don't know if
either of both univs are good but should also check the univ. I was
told some lecturer at the univ came from industries around the city as
visiting lecturer.

jose.jimmy@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,
I am apsiring to do my Msc Control Engg and got offers from Univ of
Sheff (Msc Control ) & Univ of Bath ( Msc Dynamics& Control ) . I have
2 years experience in Automotive Control(in INDIA) and intending to
pursue career in same field. Somebody please suggest which is better
Univ ?

Thanks in Advance

Jose
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Fred Stevens
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Joined: 29 Apr 2005
Posts: 32

PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:07 pm    Post subject: Re: Help in Selecting University for Msc Control (UK) Reply with quote

Francis wrote:
Quote:
If you think the quality of their web sites is indicative then Newcastle's
excellent mateiral is a good sign. (I dont work for them.)
For example
http://lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/advcontrl/apc.htm
Unless you mean Newcastle Australia - and they have good stuff too (but
after a quick search it seems to have disappeared).
http://www.newcastle.edu.au
Francis


"Ankur" <ankurmukh@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1150190220.054871.265350@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
Hi,

Check the MSc Applied Process Control in Newcastle University. it is
good for chemical/control engineers who wish to work in the process
industry. I guess some of the London Universities shall also have
Conrol Engg MSc courses.

Best wishes with your Univ hunting..!!

Ankur

TheRomanov wrote:
I had a colleague who did MSc in Process Control at Univ of Newcastle
and finally landed himself working with Total Refinery. Don't know if
either of both univs are good but should also check the univ. I was
told some lecturer at the univ came from industries around the city as
visiting lecturer.

jose.jimmy@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,
I am apsiring to do my Msc Control Engg and got offers from Univ of
Sheff (Msc Control ) & Univ of Bath ( Msc Dynamics& Control ) . I have
2 years experience in Automotive Control(in INDIA) and intending to
pursue career in same field. Somebody please suggest which is better
Univ ?

Thanks in Advance

Jose


Both universities have good reputations, but I think Sheffield is
especially well known for its control systems curriculum.

fred
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