Department of EMEEA

The department was founded in 1932.


The EMEEA Department provides training of bachelor, master and post-graduate students in the fields of electromechanics and electrical apparatuses. The main goal of the department is to train high-skilled specialists for an innovative industry.

Research areas

  • Electromechanical systems for renewable energy;
  • Development of multifunction power quality regulator for compensation of non-active power;
  • Development of power electronic systems for interface of alternative energy sources with power electric grid with integration to smart grid;
  • Research of artificial intelligence systems for choice of electrical apparatuses and estimate its reliability;
  • Reliability analysis of electrical machines and the development of recommendations on its improvement;
  • Control and testing of magnetic materials;
  • Development and application of predictive machine diagnostic with artificial intelligence;
  • Magnetic fields simulation and design of multipurpose magnetic systems;
  • Design and creation of adjustable electric machines having wide control range;
  • Development of calculation methods and design of electrical machines for dynamic operational modes;
  • Development of calculation methods for low power electrical machines;
  • Development of ultrafast calculation methods for processes in electrical machines utilizing power electronic converters;

Recent projects

  • Development and Research of Prospectively Concepts of Control Non-Active Power in Grid For Enhancement of Power Quality;
  • Insulation monitoring system for rolling electric motors;
  • Development of an experimental model of a reversible electric reciprocating machine with a power of 10-20 kW for severe operating conditions;
  • Development of a methodological complex for the design of new energy-efficient types of high-speed MW class electric generators with high-temperature superconducting elements;
  • Theoretical and experimental studies of the magnetic moments of permanent magnet blocks made of NdFeB, designed for the development of magnetic flaw detectors;
  • Development of principles of construction and design methods for systems of combined magnetic suspensions of flywheel energy storage devices of energy-saving energy distribution and use systems based on high-temperature superconducting magnetic bearings and passive magnetic supports;
  • Development of a methodology for selecting optimal reactive power modes for turbo-generators with an assessment of the influence of operating modes on the reliability of generating equipment;
  • Study of the influence of surface modification for hollow copper conductors of the stator winding rods of electric machines on anti-corrosion characteristics;
  • Research and justification of the type of measuring system of the flaw detector for external diagnostics of the pipe wall;
  • Development of a mathematical model for the analysis of the float drive of an electric generator of a wave power station;
  • Calculation and theoretical studies of the control processes of the magnetic properties of parts of magnetically soft materials in the simulator of the final product;
  • Research and modeling of the electrophysical properties of bulk high-temperature superconducting (HTS) materials, development of methods for analyzing the electromagnetic fields of new types of magnetic systems of electrical devices with HTS elements;


  • Hands-on courses on design and simulation of power electronic converters;
  • Unique equipment for automatic measuring of the (quasi-)static hysteresis loops (DC) of soft magnetic materials;
  • In-depth study of physical processes in the electrical machines and electrical apparatuses with special software;
  • Highly skilled specialists conducting research in the field of electromechanics and electrical apparatuses.

Unique equipment

  • In the course "Synthesis of the MCU control systems for electrical and electronic apparatus", students learn the design methods of the programmable logic controllers based control systems for electrical and power electronic apparatuses.At the lab, students will solve practical problems, for example, automatic transfer switch or AC motor starter realisation.


Fig.1 - Low voltage distribution switchboard with PLCs

  • Pemagraph – Remagraph – Combination C 750 is an automatic, computer controlled instrument for measuring the (quasi-)static hysteresis loops (DC) of soft magnetic materials.


    Fig.2 - Automatic, computer controlled instrument Pemagraph – Remagraph C 750

    Special features of the REMAGRAPH

    • Automatic measurement of the static hysteresis loops of soft magnetic materials
    • Measurements on ring specimens
    • Measurements on bars or strips in a permeameter yoke
    • Precise measurement of the field strength H with a potential coil directly on the specimen surface.
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