Electroenergetics and Electrical Engineering

Graduates of the “Electroenergetics and Electrical Engineering” program develop and utilize objects of high frequency electrical engineering and electromagnetic technology; power supplies for automated electrical engineering equipment; objects of electric heating and energy audits; power pulse technology.

Information for applicants

Specialty code 13.04.02
Qualification Master
Forms of training
and quantity of places
Full-time, contract – 13 places
Period of study 2 years
Graduating faculties Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering
Passing score 45%

Master's programs

The following programs in Electroenergetics and Electrical Engineering (13.04.02) are available:

  1. Electrotechnology (Department of Electrotechnology and Converter Engineering);
  2. Automated Electromechanical Complexes and Systems (Department of Robotics and Industrial Automation).

Key points

Graduates of the Electrotechnology program develop and utilize objects of: high frequency electrical engineering and electromagnetic technology; power supplies for automated electrical engineering equipment; objects of electric heating and energy audits; power pulse technology.

As a result, our students are capable of:

  • Defining functional specifications, developing and utilizing automation means when designing electrical engineering equipment;
  • Selecting off-the-shelf equipment and developing new electrical engineering and      electro-energetic equipment, managing projects for various electrical engineering and electro-energetic equipment;
  • Managing electrical engineering processes in effect during developing of electro-energetic and electric devices, providing the output that suits the market.

Graduates of the “Automated electromechanical complexes and systems” program develop and utilize automatic and automated electromechanical systems; local electromechanical systems; integrate local subsystems into complex automated electromechanical production complexes and systems.

Training facilities

Theory is backed up by practical training at the following labs:

  • Electrotechnics;
  • High frequency power pulse electronics, and electromagnetic material processing;
  • Induction heating;
  • Dielectric heating;
  • Laser tech;
  • High voltage tech;
  • Arc wielding;
  • Induction melting in cold crucibles (melting pots);
  • Power source;
  • TEMPUS/TACIS computing lab;
  • Energy efficiency electrotechnics centre.
  • Vibroacoustic;
  • Electric machines;
  • Automation technology;
  • Automated motor controller;
  • Machine tools and robots management system;
  • Optimal systems automated design.

International internships and training

The following programs in Electroenergetics and Electrical Engineering (13.04.02) are made available for students:

We have partnerships with:

  • Dresden University of Technology (Germany);
  • Leibniz University Hannover (Germany);
  • University of Kaiserslautern (Germany);
  • University of Wuppertal (Germany);
  • University of Munich (Germany);
  • Technical University of Berlin (Germany);
  • Scientific Research Center of Jülich (Germany);
  • Innolume (Germany);
  • Ferdinand Brown Institute (Berlin, Germany);
  • University of Cambridge (UK);
  • University of St. Andrews (UK);
  • University of Birmingham (UK);
  • University of Glasgow (UK);
  • University of Dundee (Scotland);
  • Technical University of Lisbon (Portugal);
  • University of South Carolina (USA);
  • Texas Technical University (USA);
  • University of Colorado (USA);
  • University of Troyes (France);
  • Ben Gurion University (Israel);
  • Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland);
  • University of Oulu (Finland);
  • University of Aalto (Finland);
  • Chalmers Technical University (Sweden).

Your future career

Graduates of the “Electroenergetics and Electrical Engineering” program are capable of:

  • Articulating tech instructions, developing and utilizing automation during designing stage of electrical engineering equipment;
  • Understanding manufactured and developing new electrical engineering and electroenergetic equipment, managing projects for various electrical engineering and electroenergetic equipment;
  • Managing actual electrical engineering processes during the developing stage of electroenergetic and electric devices, providing the output that suits the market.

Graduates of the "Automated Electromechanical Complexes and Systems" program develop and utilize:

  • Automatic and automated electromechanical systems;
  • Local electromechanical systems;
  • Integrate local subsystems into complex automated electromechanical production complexes and systems.

Graduates are employed at leading international and Russian companies:

  • OJSC «Power Machines»;
  • Kirov Plant;
  • Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod;
  • Siemens; Inductotherm;
  • ABB;
  • AEG-Eloterm;
  • Schneider Electric;
  • Eurodrive

Contact Information

Mon.-Fri.: 10:00-17:00 (admission 10:00-16:30)
+7 (812) 234-35-53
2343553@mail.ru
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