**Vice-Dean for Industrial Cooperation,****dr inż. Robert Kłosowiak**

e-mail: foreignISE@put.poznan.pl

** Duty hours: room 137, Dean's office** Monday 10.00 a.m. - 11.00 a.m.

**Coordinators of ****ERASMUS+**** programme:**

**Institute of Environmental Engineering****Karolina Mazurkiewicz, PhD. Eng.**, field of study: Environmental Engineering

tel. 61 665 5827

e-mail: karolina.mazurkiewicz@put.poznan.pl

Building of the Faculty of Chemical Technology, Str. Berdychowo 4

**Institute**** of Electrical Power Engineering****Daria Złotecka, PhD. Eng.**, fields of study: Electrical of Power Engineering, Power Engineering

room , tel. 61 665 2275

e-mail: daria.zlotecka@put.poznan.pl

Building A3

**Institute**** ****of Thermal Energy**** ****Przemysław Grzymisławski, PhD. Eng.**, fields of study:Industrial and Renewable Energy, Aerospace Engineering

tel. 61 665 2135

e-mail: przemyslaw.grzymislawski@put.poznan.pl

Building A1

**Dean's Office**** ERASMUS+****: ****https://zco.put.poznan.pl/pl/**

**inż. Magdalena Szymańska, **tel: 61 665 – 2949

e-mail: magdalena.szymanska(at)put.poznan.pl

**lic. Anna Rymska**

tel: 61 665 – 2332

e-mail: anna.rymska(at)put.poznan.pl

__Duty hours:__ room 18 (building A1)

Thusday, Thursday 11 a.m.^{}- 5 p.m.

Wednesday, Friday 10.30 a.m. - 2.30 p.m.

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**Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Energy****List of proposed courses, 1st degree engineering studies in academic year 2022/2023****Institute of Thermal Energy****Semester I (Fall)**

Course Code | Course | ECTS | Responsible persons | Teaching methods | Initial knowledge |

ErF13 | Gas engines | 6 | dr inż. Michał Gołębiewski | lectures 15h, project 15h | Students should have basic information about: thermodynamic, mechanics, fluid mechanics, strength of materials |

ErF14 | Renewable Energy Sources | 6 | dr inż. Przemysław Grzymisławski | lectures 15h laboratories 15h | To familiarize students with the basic issues in the field of renewable energy, including renewable energy sources (sun, wind, tides, geothermal energy, water), restrictions and dependencies between sources. In addition, the presentation of equipment for the production of energy from renewable sources along with the principle of operation and construction. |

ErF15 | Heat and Power Technology | 6 | dr hab. inż. Rafał Ślefarski | lectures 15h, projects 15h | Basic knowledge in the field of mechanics, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics and knowledge about construction of energetic machines. Student should also have skills required to solve engineering problems with scientifically valid methodologies. Can effectively acquire the information from various sources including datasheets, literature and Internet. |

ErF16 | Applied thermodynamics | 6 | prof. dr hab. inż. Ewa Tuliszka-Sznitko | lectures 15h projects 15h | The knowledge of the thermodynamics (the basic engineering course), fluid mechanics, heat exchange, physics, mathematics. |

**Institute of Electrical Power Engineering****Semester I (Fall)**

Course Code | Course | ECTS | Responsible persons | Teaching methods | Initial knowledge |

ErF17 | Generation of electric energy | 6 | dr inż. Bartosz Ceran | lectures 15h laboratories 15h | Student has a basic knowledge of the basics of energy conversion and energy machine and equipment. He knows the basics of electrical engineering and power engineering. Understand the basic principles of operation of the machines and know the basic construction of conventional energy equipment. Student is aware of the need to expand their skills and readiness to work together as a team. |

ErF18 | Power system protection in distribution grid | 6 | dr inż. Bartosz Olejnik | lectures 15h laboratories 15h | Basic knowledge within the scope of electrical engineering, electrical power engineering and electrical power systems and networks. Ability to effective self-studying in the domain connected with chosen course of studying, abilityto use computer simulation to evaluate performance of elements of power system. Has a consciousness of necessity to widen competences and willingness to work in a team. |

ErF19 | Electric power devices and distribution stations | 6 | dr inż. Grzegorz Dombek | lectures 10h laboratories 20h | Student has a basic knowledge of the basics of energy conversion and energy machine and equipment. He knows the basics of electrical engineering and power engineering. Understand the basic principles of operation of the machines and know the basic construction of conventional energy equipment. Student is aware of the need to expand their skills and readiness to work together as a team. |

ErF20 | High voltage engineering.docx | 6 | dr hab. inż. Piotr Przybyłek | lectures 10h laboratory 20h | Student starting this course: 1) has knowledge in the frame of construction of electric al machines and their insulation systems and materials used for their construction 2) has knowladge concerning the laws regarding the theory of electrical circuits 3) can build simple electrical setup and conduct the measurements of basic physical quantities 4) is aware of the need to broaden his/her competence in the field of electrical engineer's work 5) is aware of the responsibility related to work within the team. |

**Institute of Environmental Engineering and Building Installations****Semester I (Fall)**

Course Code | Course | ECTS | Responsible persons | Teaching methods | Initial knowledge |

ErF12 | Infrastructure Asset Management and Urban Planning | 6 | Jędrzej Bylka, Ph.D. | Lectures 15h Tutorials 15 h | 1) Knowledge: Basic knowledge of the design and operation of water, sewage, and remote heating systems. 2) Skills: Appreciation of external conditions for development and analyses of engineering solutions in their socio-economic, geopolitical and historical contexts. 3) Social competencies: Awareness of the need for continuous updating and expanding knowledge and skills, including team cooperation |

ErF11 | Sewerage systems I | 6 | Karolina Mazurkiewicz, Ph.D. | Lectures 15h Projects 15h | 1) Knowledge: Mathematic (trigonometric functions; formulas of: cross sections, perimeters and volumes for geometric figures; mathematical transformations). Fluid mechanics (uniform flows in open channels, Chezy formula). 2)Skills: Acquaintance of basic terminology in area of environmental engineering. Self-education ability. 3) Social competencies Awareness of the need to constantly update and supplement knowledge and skills |

ErF10 | Water supply systems | 6 | Wojciech Góra, Ph.D. | Lectures 15h Projects 15h | Basic knowledge of hydraulics and fluid mechanics |

**Institute of Thermal Energy****Semester II (Spring)**

Course Code | Course | ECTS | Responsible persons | Teaching methods | Initial knowledge |

ErS15 | Programming in data analysis | 6 | dr inż. Przemysław Grzymisławski | lectures 10h, laboratories 20h | The student has basic knowledge of the basics of computer science, data analysis and Python environment |

ErS16 | Environmental engineering | 6 | dr hab. inż. Rafał Ślefarski | lectures 15h laboratories 15h | Basic knowledge of thermodynamics, mathematics and biology. Has the knowledge of the surrounding environment and the construction of power machines. Can solve engineering problems with the use of scientific methods and find relevant information in literature, on the Internet, in data bases, and in other sources . |

ErS17 | Gas turbines | 6 | dr hab. inż. Rafał Ślefarski | lectures 15h laboratories 15h | Basic knowledge from thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, mechanics, and construction of energetic engines. Can use the scientific method for problem solving, experimenting, and making conclusions . |

ErS18 | Biogas Plants and Thermal biomass processing | 6 | dr inż. Przemysław Grzymisławski | lectures 15h laboratories 15h | The student has basic knowledge In the field of chemistry, physics and thermodynamics |

**Institute of Electrical Power Engineering****Semester II (Spring)**

Course Code | Course | ECTS | Responsible persons | Teaching methods | Initial knowledge |

ErS19 | Preparation for energy companies operating in the market | 6 | dr inż. Justyna Michalak | lectures 30h | Student has knowledge in the scope of enterprise and knows the basic principles of economy. Student knows how to determine relations between market enterprises. He can to determine profitabilityof power enterprises on market. Student accept readiness to start collective work and to take a decision |

ErS20 | Fundamentals of Control Theory for Power Engineers | 6 | dr inż. Andrzej Kwapisz | lectures 10h laboratories 10h projects 10h | Has knowledge about mathematics and selected physics sections (optics, mechanics, electricity, magnetism). Has knowledge about signal theory and methods of it's processing in time and frequency domain. Is able to describe selected physical phenomena with mathematical apparatus. Is able to approve himself in new knowledge acquisition. |

ErS21 | Low voltage installations and building automation | 6 | dr inż. Grzegorz Dombek | lectures 10h laboratory 20h | Basic knowledge of electrical devices as well as ergonomics and safety of their use, electrical engineering, mathematics, physics, automation and computer science. Ability to perform mathematical analysis of simple electrical circuits and reading electrical diagrams. Awareness of the need to expand their competences, readiness to cooperate within a team. |

ErS22 | Overvoltages and insulation coordination in transmission systems | 6 | dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Walczak | lectures 15h Laboratory 15h | Student has a basic knowledge of electrical engineering, power engineering and metrology. Student can assemble the measurement system, can carry out measurements of basic physical quantities and elaborate obtained results. Student is able to work in a group and understands the importance of teamwork. |

**Institute of Environmental Engineering and Building Installations****Semester II (Spring)**

Course Code | Course | ECTS | Responsible persons | Teaching methods | Initial knowledge | |

ErS10 | Energy Efficient Buildings | 6 | Joanna Sinacka, Ph.D. | Lectures 10h Projects 20h | Basics of architectural design, basics of building physics and general construction. Skills in the ability to assess phenomena in the field of heat transfer in buildings and operating computer programs including Excel, Word, SketchUp. | |

ErS9 | Energy management | 6 | Prof. Tomasz Mróz | Lectures 20 h Tutorials 10 h | Basic knowledge of thermodynamics (energy, exergy and substantial balances) as well as of elementary economics (costs, profits, economy efficiency measures). | |

ErS8 | Fluid Mechanics 1 | 6 | Prof. Janusz Wojtkowiak | Lectures 20h Tutorials 10h | Mathematics: algebra - functions, equations and inequalities, plane and space geometry, plane and space geometry, trigonometry, analytic geometry, equations and systems of equations, elements of differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable. Physics: fundamental lows of physics, rules of mass momentum and energy conservation in classical mechanics, statics, kinematics, dynamics of solid body, hydraulics. | |

ErS23 | Thermal Engineering I | 6 | Prof. Janusz Wojtkowiak | Lectures 20h Projects 10h | 1) Knowledge: Mathematics: algebra, functions, equations and inequalities, trigonometry, analytic geometry, systems of equations, fundamentals of differential and integral calculus, ordinary and partial differential equations - basic information of solving methods. Physics: statics, kinematics, dynamics, conservation laws in physics, fundamentals of fluid mechanics. 2) Skills: Analysis and solving of equations and systems of equations, mathematical formulation of engineering problems, solving of simple differential equations, application of integral calculus 3)Social competencies Awareness of the need of permanent updating and supplementing knowledge and engineering skills. | |

ErS14 | Water management | 6 | Wojciech Góra, Ph.D. Karolina Mazurkiewicz, Ph.D. | Lectures 15h Projects 15h | 1) Knowledge: Fluid Mechanics, Water Supply, Sewerage, Water Technology and Wastewater Technology at basic level. Environmental Chemistry and Environmental Biology: water chemistry, the processes of pollutants biodegradation at basic level. 2) Skills: Application of knowledge of the above mentioned subjects. Acquiring knowledge from the literature, electronic resources and databases. The ability to self-education, the ability to conceptual thinking and reasoning. 3) Social competencies: Awareness of the need to constantly update and supplement knowledge and skills. |