The programme is interdisciplinary and provides a direct link with basic research in biotechniques, definition of processes and the development of all types of technical systems that enable substitutes in nature. It is comparable for both biotechnical and natural science technical profiles.
An individual professional commission adapts the programme to each student that has completed level two, which enables supplementing knowledge from the other field. Because of suitable research staff, we enable studies in the fields of agricultural, forestry, wood science and food processing professions.
A student from the biotechnical field obtains at the start basic knowledge on the problems of machines and equipment. We then introduce him or her to basic research and development characteristics between biotechnology and techniques.
A student from the field of techniques first obtains knowledge of the basic biotechnical content. We then introduce him or her to basic research and development characteristics betwen techniques and biotechnology.
We must stress in particular contents that refer directly to the overall development of innovative technical systems, based on an iterative process of construction with the use of the golden loop.
In the second year, a student chooses, together with the mentor, specific contents that enable a quality insight into the specific knowledge required for research into technical systems for satisfying functions of natural processes.
prof. dr. Iztok Golobič
prof. dr. Rajko Bernik