Training electrical engineers from and in Ukraine
The use of more distributed renewable energy sources connected through power electronic converters can mitigate climate change. However, the demand for more electric transport requires power electronic specialists. In Western Europe there is a lack of electrical engineers, and in Eastern Europe highly skilled engineers are underpaid. The EU-funded ETUT project will improve the career prospects of Ukrainian engineers through collaborations with leading European universities. The aim is to train more electrical engineers so they can be absorbed in the European labour market. The project will model, design, estimate, quantify and monitor economic measures for a reliable, safe, effective and greener electrical transport system. The training programme will include innovative methods to be applied in electric transport.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-EJD - European Joint Doctorates