Information about the course
Field of study:Hydrogen Technologies and Electromobility
Level of studies:first-cycle studies
Mode of study:Full-time studies
Date of commencement of studies:October 2022
Faculty:Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering
Level of qualification according to the European and national qualifications frameworks:full qualification at the 6th level of the Polish Qualifications Framework
Professional title obtained by the graduate:Engineer
Learning profile:general academic profile
Number of semesters:
Number of ECTS credits:
Internship: 4 weeks, 160 hours, 6 ECTS points
The rules of internship in accordance with the faculty regulations of internship.
Internships are organized by the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering in cooperation with external institutions/companies.
Obtaining the learning outcomes specified in the study program and the required number of ECTS points, completing the internships provided for in the study program, submitting the diploma thesis and obtaining two positive reviews and passing the diploma exam.
Graduate profile and further learning opportunities:
After graduation, the graduate will have basic knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science and other areas of science necessary for an electrical engineer specializing in the field of hydrogen technologies and electromobility. The graduate will have specialist knowledge in the field of design, construction and diagnostics of power electronic converters, design of electrical drive control systems for electric cars and traction vehicles, maintenance of electricity storage, rectifiers dedicated to electrochemical batteries and charging stations for electric vehicles. The graduate will have knowledge of power grids and systems, electrochemistry, electromobility, high voltage technology, safety and protection of electrical devices, functional safety in hydrogen installations, electronics and power electronics, machines and electric drive, electric traction, control and programmable controllers, electrical installations and industrial IT networks. He will be able to use computer technology, in particular in relation to: information technologies, computer simulations, object oriented programming, digital signal processing, design and programming of power electronic and control devices, as well as computer aided design in the field of modeling hydrogen processes in Industry 4.0 installations using IoT devices and blockchain networks.
Person responsible for the study programme:dr hab. inż. Marcin Śliwiński
(58) 347 12 81