The purpose of the educational program is to prepare scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel of the highest qualification for activities that require in-depth fundamental and professional training and knowledge in the field of oil refining and petrochemistry, including research work and pedagogical activities.
The program is designed to create knowledge about
- improvement of technologies for deep oil refining;
- methods of commercial fuels upgrading;
- development of modern oilfield chemicals.
The objects of professional activity of graduates who have mastered this educational program are oil as a natural object and the most important source of chemical raw materials, the processes of converting oil into chemical products, and chemical methods of increasing oil recovery.
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Head, Department of Chemistry and Technology of Natural Energy Carriers and Carbon Materials, School of Petroleum and Gas Engineering
Phone: +7 391 206-28-61
- improvement of technologies for deep oil refining;
- improving the performance properties of motor fuels;
- oilfield chemistry, Catalysis;
- coal chemistry.
- 1. ENSURING SAFE AND RELIABLE CLEANING OF ASPHALTENE DEPOSITS INSIDE TANKS AT FUEL-ORIENTED PETROLEUM REFINERIES Bukhtoyarov V.V., Ananyev K.M., Tynchenko V.S., Petrovskiy E.A., Buryukin F.A. International Review on Modelling and Simulations. 2017. Т. 10. № 6. С. 423-431.
- 2. Bukhtoyarov, V.V., Tynchenko, V.S., Petrovskiy, E.A., Buryukin, F.A. Development of models for recognition of technological situations in the operation of electric centrifugal pumps for oil production // Journal of Applied Engineering Science. 2019. Vol. 17(4), pp. 541-549.
- 3. Minakov, A.V., Zhigarev, V.A., Mikhienkova, E.I., (...), Buryukin, F.A., Guzei, D.V. The effect of nanoparticles additives in the drilling fluid on pressure loss and cutting transport efficiency in the vertical boreholes // Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 2018. Vol. 171, pp. 1149-1158.
- 4. Kuznetsov, P.N., Kamenskii, E.S., Kolesnikova, S.M., (...), Pavlenko, N.I., Fetisova, O.Y. Temperature Effect on the Thermal Dissolution of Coal // Solid Fuel Chemistry. 2018.Vol. 52(3), pp. 163-168.
- 5. Kuznetsov, P.N., Marakushina, E.N., Kazbanova, A.V., (...), Buryukin, F.A., Kositcyna, S.S. Getting an alternative pitch binder by thermal dissolution of coal // American Journal of Applied Sciences. 2016. Vol. 13(1),7.13, pp. 7-13
(this period can be shorter depending on the availability of a PhD thesis)
|Entry requirements:||Master’s degree in Chemistry, an adequate level of English proficiency (certificate or other document)|
|Tuition fee:||€ 2,215. The cost does not include accommodation and living expenses.|
|Accommodation:||On-campus accommodation is available|
|Practicalities:||Airport transfer, invitation letter for a Russian study visa and an optional fee-based preparation course of Russian as a foreign language are provided by the University.|
|Course||Time spent in CREDITS (in academic hours)|
|History and philosophy of science||3 (108)|
|Foreign Language||6 (216)|
|Scientific research methodology and processing of scientific investigations results||3 (108)|
|Petroleum Chemistry||2 (72)|
|Research Seminar||6 (216)|
|Innovation in refining processes||4 (144)|
|Pedagogy and psychology in a higher school||3 (108)|
|Physical chemistry of oil dispersed systems||3 (108)|
|Technology of thesis preparing||2 (72)|
|Application of Russian and international grants preparing||2 (72)|
Programme curator: Fedor A. Buryukin
e-mail: FBuryukin [at] sfu-mail [dot] ru
If you need more information, please contact our Department of Highly Qualified Personnel Training
phone: +7 391 291-28-31
fax: +7 391 291-28-31
address: 79 Svobodny pr., room P6-16, Krasnoyarsk, 660041 Russia
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