The Master Program Distributed Generation System Management (DGSM) focuses on the management of microgrids with local power sources, including renewable energy sources.
The master's program provides an integrated approach to understanding the processes of distributed generation power supply systems operation. This program includes not only the field of electric power industry, but also related issues of management and economics of distributed generation systems.
The DGSM program aims to increase the ability of students to develop and manage projects, as well as lead and coordinate project teams.
The program has been developed in accordance with the experience of NMSTU in European projects to improve educational and research infrastructure courses.
You will be taught:
Analyze, predict and evaluate the efficiency of operating modes of power supply systems with distributed generation sources, including renewable ones, using hardware and software;
Understand the processes taking place in the electricity markets and, in particular, the microgeneration markets;
Modeling electricity systems with distributed generation and develop measures to improve their performance;
Assess the risks and economic performance of electricity systems with distributed generation.
Internships in leading companies of the industry for the development and implementation of control systems for electrical networks with distributed generation
DGSM is focused on satisfying the international labor market
We train engineers, managers, scientists in accordance with world trends in the field of electric power
Our graduates are expected in utility companies, design institutes, and industrial enterprises
Increased requirements for specialists in the electric power industry offset by high wages
Exclusive chance to gain experience of work with the newest digital platform for distributed generation system modeling and control distributed generation power supply systems
Chance to conduct cutting-edge research into microgeneration markets.
Duration of study
2 years of Full-time
Methodology and Scientific Research Methods
Innovation Forms of Business
Foreign Language in One’s Professional Sphere
Digital technologies in the electric power industry
Optimal conditions of power supply systems
Stability of Micro grids
Micro grids management
Renewable power supply systems
Russian as a foreign language (during the first study year)
Deadline for submission: August 10, 2021
Formal entrance requirements
A candidate should have a recognized first degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering) in Power Engineering and Power Technology, or Materials Engineering, or other closely related disciplines, awarded by an internationally recognized university-level institution.
Candidates must be able to speak fluently and write in English. You must additionally provide documentation that your English skills correspond to those required in the examination regulation.
Special entrance requirements
Students should have an interest in continuing their careers in the field of Power Engineering and Power Technology. The program is appropriate for both engineers coming from industry and from university.
Candidates should be able to apply their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems, as well as to set up and perform experiments in a laboratory setting.