Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Energy Saving Electrotechnologies

when 20 January 2020 - 2 February 2020
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 330

The program promotes the formation of knowledge and skills in such sections of technical sciences as electrical engineering, electrotechnologies, programming, among foreign students, the ability of development of electrotechnological processes and equipment for theirs realization with high level of energy saving. The program introduces students to scientific terminology and focuses on practical and laboratory classes, providing for the acquisition of knowledge and practical skills in the framework of the modules under study.

Course leader

Sandra Kilina - course coordinator

Sergei A. Galunin - program coordinator, PhD, Head of the Electrotechnology and Converter Engineering Department
Igor V. Pozniak, PhD, Associate Professor of the Electrotechnology and Converter Engineering Department

Target group

Requirements:

Basic knowledge of mathematics, physics, theoretical base of electrical engineering. Basic programming skills in high level languages.

Course aim

Key points:
- Interesting and rich program that combines programming, natural and numerical experiments;
- The program covers the main directions of modern energy saving electrotechnologies;
- Informative lectures;
- Competitions after the completion of the modules;
- Teachers are the participants of European Projects TEMPUS in the field of high education.

Credits info

4 EC
72 academic hours of professional practice.

Fee info

EUR 330: Russian original price (for comparison): 25000 RUR

Includes training, excursion program, study materials, migration support.

Scholarships

n/a