The Energy Systems Engineering (ESE) Program aims to prepare and educate the students within all types of energy systems engineering brunches, to thrust the current levels of economical and technological conditions to a higher level while becoming more competitive within the global economy, to transfer such knowledge through combination of theoretical knowledge, creativity and practice.
Engineers graduate from our department will be able to produce new solutions in Energy Engineering field together with the ability to plan and manage energy production and consumption, who are qualified to work in the fields of energy sustainability, minimization of losses, new source and management systems, and who comprehend environmental and economic problems. Energy Systems Engineering is a multidisciplinary program, covering fundamental engineering knowledge and skills in such areas as energy generation, conversion, transportation and distribution, electrical power systems and energy management (like buildings, transport, industry, etc.), along with modules on energy sources, energy policy, economics and associated environmental issues. The ESE program consists of a four year sequence of courses and requires the students to obtain 133 academic credits through classroom and laboratory instruction. The ESE program covers the fundamental sciences and mathematics along with specific courses that address the design of alternative and renewable energy systems.
Alternative Energy Laboratory
In this laboratory students perform their physical experiments devoted to the main contents of the Energy Courses: Alternative Energy Technologies; Renewable Energy Technologies; Modelling and Simulation of Solar and Wind Energy Systems; Solar Energy & Photovoltaic Systems.
Electromechanical Energy Conversion (Electric Machinery) Laboratory
This laboratory is provided with the set of electromechanical energy conversion equipment such as direct current motors and generators, three-phase alternative current generators and motors including Induction motors. Electromechanical Energy Conversion laboratory allows students to experimentally study basic content of the such courses with as Electromechanical Energy Conversion; Power Electronics & Motion Control Systems; Electrical Energy Transmission & Distribution.