Bioeconomics and Resource Management
  • Bioeconomics and Resource Management

    18.04.02 Energy- and Resource Saving Processes in Chemical Technology, Petroleum Chemistry and Biotechnology
  • Faculty of Applied Optics

  • Maria Fokina, +7 (921) 596-2672, mfokina@niuitmo.ru

  • PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The program focuses on training highly qualified specialists in the field of energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petroleum chemistry and biotechnology. The necessary knowledge and competencies for the research, design and implementation of energy- and resources-efficient, ecologically safe technologies for the manufacturing of basic inorganic substances, basic and fine chemicals, polymer materials, petrochemical products, derived products from microbiological synthesis, medical products and food items, etc.

    PROGRAM RELEVANCE

    Currently, the issue of rational operation of the fuel and power industry and the introduction of resource- and energy-conserving technologies is among the most important for many countries. This is why development, introduction and use of energy- and resource-conserving technologies in different industries is so relevant. 

    PROGRAM PURPOSE

    The program main purpose is to train highly qualified specialists in the field of energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petroleum chemistry and biotechnology, providing them with knowledge and skills needed to meet the requirements of the modern labor market.

    EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS

    The systems for quality assessment and safety monitoring can be successfully used at all chemical and petrochemical enterprises and laboratories, as well as enterprises of metals, food and pharmaceutical industry, which is why the program’s graduates have great employment prospects.

    STUDENT INTERNSHIPS

    The students can do internships at different enterprises and laboratories, including Gazprom Neft, Gazprom Transgaz St. Petersburg, North-Western Expertise Center, EuroChem and others.

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