The Master's Program in Monitoring and Control of Electrical Power Systems Engineering (MS2) prepares graduates with knowledge and skills in monitoring, modeling, simulation, control and optimization of electricity transmission / distribution / use installations and systems.
What will you learn about?
- Integrated management of power systems;
- Optimization, safety and risk in the operation of power equipment and systems;
- Artificial intelligence techniques in electrical power systems engineering;
- Dynamic modelling of the components of the electric power system;
- Stability at low disturbances, transient stability and long-term stability of power systems including in the presence of distributed generation;
- SCADA systems;
- Use of high-performance software products for the analysis of interconnected power systems - EUROSTAG, NEPLAN, EDSA, VSTAB, STABTEN, ETAP, MATLAB;
- Analysis of the main categories of problems related to energy efficiency of power systems;
- Using methods specific to nonlinear programming to solve energy problems;
- Identifying the causes and effects of power quality on the electric power system and on electricity users;
- Equipment maintenance
What will you become?
- Electrical power engineering research engineer
- Power grid engineer
- Engineer in Information technology in power systems
- Engineer in Management and control of energy utilities systems
... and the list expands.