JSC ETC GET opens School of Simulation in Kuban State Technological University
On September 29, the School of Simulation of JSC Engineering and Technology Center GET (part of Rosatom State Corporation) opens its doors within the walls of the Kuban State Technical University (KubSTU). The cooperation agreement, which marked the beginning of the creation of such an educational center at the university, was signed on November 28, 2022.
As part of the educational center opening, representatives of KubSTU and JSC ETC GET will jointly train specialists in mathematical simulation of processes in the energy industry, as well as other popular industries.
“The opening of the School of Simulation together with JSC ETC GET will allow the Institute of Oil, Gas and Energy to enter the trajectory of development of accurate mathematical models of thermal power plants. This will give the development of a scientific school and research in the field of decarbonization of the production of thermal and electric energy.
This project is our step towards a comprehensive strategic partnership with Rusatom Service JSC,” commented Igor Lagerev, the acting rector of KubSTU.
“By creating a competence center in KubSTU, we are creating a solid foundation for the future generation of young it-engineers who are ready to apply the acquired skills in creating the latest technologies, popularize the image of a young professional with wide digital competencies involved in creating the country’s technological leadership,” said Alexey Kovalevich, the Managing Director of JSC ETC GET.
Representatives of the Engineering and Technology Center GET will develop both methodological materials and train teachers of KubSTU in the specifics of the field of mathematical simulation. Training will be conducted on the proprietary software from ETC GET - REPEAT. Teachers will transfer their knowledge and skills to School students in the future.
The School of Simulation in KubSTU was the next important step in the creation by JSC ETC GET of a system for training qualified personnel with developed digital competencies in partnership with leading universities of the country. Earlier in 2022, similar projects were implemented at Kazan State Power Engineering University and Tomsk Polytechnic University. In September 2023, the School of Simulation at Don State Technical University opened its doors.
The “School of Simulation” is implemented within the framework of the “Simulation Factory” industry project. The project is aimed at training young specialists with an appropriate set of competencies to work in the field of simulation in the energy sector and other industries. The School of Simulation project aims to train young specialists in the field of mathematical simulation by gaining practical skills, as well as to form a permanent personnel pool.