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The graduating Department of Electrical Systems and Networks of the Electronics and Information Technology Faculty.

The Head of the dpt is the PhD in Sciences, Professor V.I. Skorobohatova. The department employs highly qualified staff among which there are two PhDs in Sciences, Professors, 5 PhDs in Sciences, associate professors.

The graduating Department Electrical Systems and Networks provides specialist training and constantly gets employment orders for graduates from fuel and energy complex, energy services, main industrial enterprises of different ownership forms, design and research institutions, etc.

The majority of dpt graduates are employed as engineers, leading specialists and heads of structural units of the energy supply company CHERNIHIVOBLENERHO in Chernihiv region.

Experts qualified in Electrical Engineering (qualification level of a specialist) may carry out design, installation, erection and commissioning of electrical equipment used to transport electricity from power plants to consumers (utilities and industrial enterprises, residential and public buildings).

In addition to studing technical subjects (eg: electrical systems and networks, electricity supply and energy conservation systems, electrical part of stations and substations, information and control systems and complexes, relay protection and automation in electric networks) the attention is drawn to economic subjects (eg: energy economics, management and marketing in the electric power industry, etc.) and information and computer technologies.

Withing training students develop essential professional skills: developed technical thinking, responsiveness, punctuality, attentiveness, organizational and communication skills.

The department has postgraduate course in specialty of 05.14.02 ‘Power plants, networks and systems’, which trains scientists. The staff and postgraduate students are engaged in research work solving urgent problems, which are directed to:

  • increasing reliability of power consumers;
  • energy conservation;
  • quality of electrical energy.

The best students are involved in scientific work, allowing them to do research and diploma projects (with the possibility of further taking the postgraduate course) as well as attending the annual scientific conferences of the University.