The "Design and development of information systems for energy industry control and monitoring" - main focus on the development of a information systems that can integrate data from various sources, such as sensors, meters, and other monitoring devices, to provide real-time information about energy usage and production. This could involve the use of advanced technologies to analyse and interpret measurement signals and provide insights that can be used to optimise energy usage.

The module "Computer modelling and experiment design" is designed to study the methodology of computer simulation of models of objects and processes in the power industry and to study the methodology of planning a physical experiment to assess the adequacy of modelling. Students learn to simulate models of objects and processes in a specialised software environment, and also study the basic methods of planning experiments. Students acquire practical skills in using a specialised software environment to create and investigate a simulation model of an object or process in energy industry, as well as acquire skills in experiment planning.

The "Innovations and Intellectual Property in Energy Industry" module explores the role of research, innovation and intellectual property in the development and commercialization of new sustainable energy technologies. The module covers topics such as the research methods, importance of intellectual property protection, patent law and licensing agreements, technology transfer, and the management of research and development activities. Students will gain an understanding of the strategies and practices used to promote innovation in the energy industry and how to protect intellectual property rights.