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Programme Summary

Major: 13.04.02 Power Industry and Electrical Engineering

Specialisation: Power Supply

Degree: Master


  • Acquaintance with the subjects of research in industrial power supply and choice of the research subject.
  • Making a research plan.
  • Reviewing the periodicals and patent data bases to understand how much the problem of one’s Master’s thesis has been studied. Discussing the review made at a research seminar.
  • Formulating a research goal. Choosing research methods and measuring means. Preparation.
  • Carrying out experimental and theoretical research. Processing the experiments results. Verifying the correctness of the theoretical research results. Writing an abstract and discussing it.
  • Discussing the research results, preparing and presenting a conference report.
  • Revising the research plan.
  • Conducting research following the revised plan.
  • Discussing the research results at a seminar. Identifying the originality and the practical relevance of the research.
  • Preparing a publication and discussing it.
  • Discussing the research at a special seminar involving businesses and leading researchers who analyse the author’s professional competencies.
  • Preparing a report. Defending one’s research at a conference.
  • Presenting one’s research as a Master’s thesis. Defending the thesis in front of the public.


Research is an important part of a Master’s degree course. Research activities enable Master’s degree students to practice their organizational skills and get a true insight into the basic problems of their field of study. When tackling these problems students will face difficult choices requiring the use of advanced research techniques. Students will practice to use scientific facts and established methods to tackle new problems. They will also practice to carry out experiments and analyse the results.

The Master’s degree R&D activities are carried out in the course of four semesters with the total duration of 20 weeks, including a special seminar.


  1. Teacher-led group activities in a classroom;
  2. Extracurricular self-study of the teacher’s assignments and tasks, including the use of educational facilities (obligatory);
  3. Office-hours.

Total hours – 1080

Total points – 30

Midterm assessment – Pass/fail examination (with a grade)

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