Victory in Olympiad on Theoretical Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

Victory in  Moscow Olympiad

The ETU won the team competition of XLIII Open Moscow Olympics on Theoretical Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering held on April 21 at the National Research University "MEI".

28.04.2014

The ETU won the team competition of XLIII Open Moscow Olympics on Theoretical Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering held on April 21 at the National Research University "MEI". In the individual competition a second-year student Denis Seliunin (Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering) took the third place.

LETI team was formed on the basis of results of  intramural Olympiad held on March 26. Second-year students Alexander Kachnov (Facuty of Radio Engineering), Ignat Bavtovich (Faculty of Electronics), Nikolay Zubkov (Faculty of Computer Science and Technology), Alexey Deviatkin (Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering), Denis Seliunin(Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering), Dmitry Skorih (Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering), Dmitry Fadeev (Faculty of Industrial Automation and Electrical Engineering) went to Moscow. Training of the team was led by associate professor of Theoretical Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Department PhD Andrey Zavyalov.

"We had not many time for preparation for the Olympiad - just three weeks. The boys approached the subject with great enthusiasm. They even asked me to give them problems to solve in the train on the way to Moscow. It was important to understand the differences between Moscow and St. Petersburg Electrotechnical schools. I have set our team members to fight , so they came to the Olympiad with very strong motivation," - says Andrey.

54 people from the ETU, NIU Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russian State University of Oil and Gas . IM Gubkin , St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Saratov State Technical University, Samara State Technical University, Orenburg State University participated in the competition.

Participants were asked to perform six tasks on estimation of DC network, linear chain with sinusoidal and nonsinusoidal voltage and transients in linear circuits. As the authors of the tasks were teachers of Bauman MSTU and ETU.

Final Protocol of the Olympiad (in Russian)