Conference in the University of Warwick, England

Conference in the University of Warrick, England and AEMS-ED department

From march 11 to march 18, 2019, a conference was held at the University of Warwick, England. The teachers of AEMS-ED department, Sc. D. prof. S. Peresada and Ph.D. associate prof. S. Kovbasa were at the conference.

Speech of O.I. Kiselychnyk after the introductory word

Within the framework of the exchange program and in accordance with the rules of Erasmus, our teachers reported about the NTUU “Igor Sikorsky KPI”, the Faculty of Electric Power Engineering and Automatics, and the main directions of scientific and other activities of faculty and department scientists.

The meetings were held, in which the following steps of cooperation were agreed in the direction of student exchange and research program expanding.

Possible joint scientific projects were discussed.

S. Peresada, O. Yandulsky together with the former lecturer of the AEMS-ED department, professor of the University of Warwick O.I. Kiselychnyk on the faculty

It is planned that in the autumn of 2019, two students of the AEMS-ED department will be selected on a competitive basis and will be trained in Warwick (by participation in the exchange program) in accordance with the Erasmus rules. During their stay at the University of Warwick, they will receive a scholarship and will get cover travel expenses to the university.

One of our graduates, formerly a lecturer at the AEMS-ED department – Oleh Kiselychnyk – works as a professor at the university. His main research areas are the use of induction generators with self-excitation, intelligent control of turbomechanisms, electric drives based on synchronous motors with permanent magnets.

Studying at the University of Warwick costs about 25-27 thousand pounds a year. The academic year is divided into 3 semesters. The magistracy lasts for 1 year, while the baccalaureate program is 3 years. About 30 thousand students study at the university, including 20 thousand foreigners.

An unmanned aerial vehicle developed at the University of Warwick

Prof. S. Peresada, prof. O. Kiselychnyk, associate prof. S. Kovbasa, prof. Jihong Wang and prof. O. Yandulsky


Laboratory for research of electric drive and energy storage systems

Next are meeting photos, a laboratory for the study of micro- and nano- electromechanical systems with silicon carbide crystals for IGBT and MOSFET transistors, and a laboratory with 3D printers.


As result of 2 semester

2018/2019 academic year

Total students: 164,
on the budget: 160.