Introducing Your Degree
Electric Power Generation and Transportation are one of the main aspects of life in modern world. Climate change, economical reasons and science progress lead to the transformation of the requirements in the field of electric power generation and transportation. Electric energy generation is closely relatedto location of energy resources such as water (for hydrostations) and fuel while energy consumers are dissipated in wide area faraway from power suppliers. Transportation of electric energy at long distances causes necessity of building large electric networks and accompany with energy losses in them. All of this creates reasons for studying, developing and using Renewable Energy Sources and developing parameters and regimes of Electric Energy Transportation from large power suppliers such as classic electric stations. Those kinds of technician experts are expected to be trained according to this master program.
The program offers students an extensive and detailed studyin the key areas pertaining to Renewable Energy Sources and Electric Energy Transportation. The objective of the program is to prepare students for a career in Electric Power Generation and Transportation that require specialized knowledge and skills. It is expected that the graduates will be able to work as engineers in industry, government or continue their education by pursuing a PhD degree.
The program provides deep and brРѕad knowledge necessary for practicing professionals in Electric Power Generation and Transportation. Under the guidance of a research supervisor and a multi-disciplinary team of scientific and engineering faculty, each student has the opportunity to be engaged in an in-depth study of particular problems, such as development of electric networks based on Renewable Energy Sources and finding optimal regimes for transportation of electric energy.
- Operative Dispatch Control in Power Systems
- Software for Electric Power System Operating
- Emergency Control in Power Systems
- Protection Relay of Electric Systems
- Integration of Renewable Energy Plants in Electric Power Supply Systems
- Isaev Yu. Niyazbecovich, Sc.D professor
- Prokhorov A. Viktorovich, PhD, assistant professor
- Surkov M. Alexandrovich, PhD, assistant professor
- Ilyas A. Rahmatullin, PhD, assistant professor
Ilyas A. Rahmatullin, PhD
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