Energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petrochemistry and biotechnology

18.04.02 Energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petrochemistry and biotechnology

Name of the discipline: Energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petrochemistry and biotechnology

Program: Integrated Management of Water Resources

Educational Level: Master’s degree

Program length: 2 years

Certificate of education, degree or qualification: diploma, master’s degree

Mode of study: Full time

Language ​​of instruction: Russian

Full name of the coordinator, telephone and e-mail: Vyacheslav Avdin,+7 (351) 267-95-17, avdinvv[at]susu[dot]ru

Program description:

  • Each undergraduate performs work in the direction associated with the subsequent professional occupation.
  • Participation in international programs: with the Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland, double degree), Radboud University in Nijmegen (Netherlands, training included), University of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (joint university of SCO countries, training included);
  • Work in scientific groups with developed international contacts, full-time participation in foreign scientific conferences, participation in national and international scientific projects, the possibility of training at leading international laboratories.

Professional competencies of the graduates:

  • Chemicals, materials and their impact on the environment.
  • Methods and tools for pollution control of gas, solid and liquid components of production and the environment.
  • Production and research of new types of catalysts for use in water and air purification processes and industrial chemical reactions.
  • Equipment, technological processes and industrial systems for the production of substances and materials related to petrochemistry and biotechnology.
  • Methods and means of protecting the environment from human impact.
  • Waste disposal and recycling systems.

Areas of research:

  • theory of catalytic and sorption processes; development of new types of nanostructured inorganic functional materials for industrial chemical reactions, purification of natural and industrial wastewater, extraction of valuable components;
  • development of technologies for purification of natural and industrial wastewater, industrial waste gases, disposal of solid waste;
  • environmental management and environmental auditing in the interests of sustainable economic development.
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