Information Systems for Technosphere and Ecological Safety20.04.01 Technosphere Safety
Irina Timofeeva, +7 (921) 984-98-62, firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective and unconventional approach to solution of tasks of ecological and technosphere safety is the key asset of a modern specialist. The program’s graduates know and understand natural science laws and are able to apply complex analytical methods in practice. The curriculum is based on an interdisciplinary approach, which opens exciting new opportunities.
We train highly qualified specialists, teaching our students to solve environmental safety tasks using a wide range of methods and approaches. We help them develop the ability to organize and manage activities and projects on environmental protection at the scale of an enterprise, territorial production complexes and regions. The curriculum includes disciplines at the intersection of mathematics, computer science, chemistry, economics, ecology, sociology and philosophy, as well as the original courses reflecting the latest advances of analytics in the field of technosphere and environmental safety.
The program’s relevance is determined by its universality and the topicality of problems solved as its part, serving the goal of familiarizing students with global environmental problems, including those caused by anthropogenic intervention, as well as factors that ensure technosphere safety, and modern equipment for safety control and conducting analytical research.
- Environmental Monitoring
- Anti-Terrorism Monitoring
- Fundamentals of Global Climate Change Monitoring
- Pollution Control Systems
- Ecological Chemistry
- Current Issues in Technosphere Safety
- Fundamentals of Controlling Environmental Pollution by Oil and Oil Products
- Mathematical Modeling for Spatial Information Analysis
- Design of Information-Measuring Systems for Environmental Control
- Automated Information and Measurement Systems for Environmental Control
- Environmental Assessment
- Chromatographic and Mass Spectrometric Methods of Environmental Control