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Pages: 7937-7942
Publication year: 2017
ISBN: 978-84-617-8491-2
ISSN: 2340-1079
doi: 10.21125/inted.2017.1866

Conference name: 11th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 6-8 March, 2017
Location: Valencia, Spain

MULTI-CRITERIA APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MASTER'S ENERGY-SAVING PROGRAMS IN THE POST CARBON ENERGY

S. Aliukov, N. Topuzov, A. Alabugin

South Ural State University (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
Depletion of fossil fuels exacerbates the problem of finding alternative energy technologies in the starting period of the post carbon energy. Hydrogen is becoming one of the world's major sources of alternative fuel. Hydrogen production from natural gas is less expensive than its production from any other material. For the development of hydrogen energy is necessary to develop a program and training of highly qualified specialists with skills of design and operation of cost-effective and competitive technologies for the production of hydrogen fuel. The program aims to transfer deep knowledge about basics of energy and resources, management of natural resources, and integrated approach to innovation. The aim of implementation of the innovative educational program is to promote research and training in the field of innovative hydrogen energy technologies, renewable energy and energy efficiency, creating conditions for the staffing of environmental and energy security of modern society. In this paper we suggest a multi-criteria approach to improve master degree programs, developing energy-saving skills of specialists in the direction of hydrogen fuel for the post carbon energy. Authors explore the experience of a number of major energy companies in the development of resource-saving technologies as a basis for preparation of highly qualified specialists for the development of post carbon energy technologies. The article summarizes the experience of preparing masters of innovation in the South Ural State University. It is proposed to develop the multi-criteria approach to the formation of master's programs of advanced development of the energy-saving skills. In the basis of the criteria defining the content of educational programs there laid the following principles: systematic, innovation, environmental and scenic diversity of the submissions. The paper describes the experience and recommendations, taking into account peculiarities of research training of masters in the new paradigm of the post carbon energy. The training programs accumulate experience of domestic and foreign theories and development of alternative energy practices, reflecting environmental, technical-technological and social implications of the new paradigm of energy consumers. Complex of energy saving programs offers new opportunities in the formation of an alternative competence and thinking of masters in the development of global energy for the post carbon-based economy.
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title = {MULTI-CRITERIA APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MASTER'S ENERGY-SAVING PROGRAMS IN THE POST CARBON ENERGY},
series = {11th International Technology, Education and Development Conference},
booktitle = {INTED2017 Proceedings},
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S. Aliukov, N. Topuzov, A. Alabugin (2017) MULTI-CRITERIA APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MASTER'S ENERGY-SAVING PROGRAMS IN THE POST CARBON ENERGY, INTED2017 Proceedings, pp. 7937-7942.
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