Department of Software Engineering in Energy (IPZE), IATE

Department of Software Engineering in Energy (IPZE), Educational and Research Institute of Nuclear and Heat Power Engineering National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”
Address: Building 5, Polytechnichna
, k. 513, 03056, Kyiv, Ukraine

Phone: 38 044 204 80 90,
Head of the department: Koval Oleksandr Vasyliovych
Phone: 38 044 236 09 85, room 511-5
E-mail: department.ipze.kpi[at]

Department of Software Engineering for Power Industry trains highly skilled specialists in software engineering in the following areas: development of the modern control systems for complex technical and managerial systems, in particular, power systems; advancements of new technologies in the development and implementation of intelligent systems; solving problems considering improvement of the efficiency of any systems using artificial intelligence technologies, computer-aided learning, big data processing, IoT technologies, edge and cloud-based analytics, web and mobile application development. Students explore the data mining technologies features, use hardware for parallel computing, and create distributed adaptive real-time systems.

Our advantages:

Young lecturers working in modern companies

Our academic staff include Samsung programmers, banking system developers, Java developers, full-stack programmers, web programmers and web designers, computer game developers, and developers of their own software products.

Programming from the first course

Our students learn programming from the first year and throughout their studies. Different programming languages are used. The curriculum is not overloaded with mathematics and hardware.

The emphasis is on applied programming.

The founders of the department are practitioners, not just theorists

The luminaries of the department developed software for the Buran spacecraft control system (an analogue of the American Shuttle)

Real employment in IT

Starting from the 3rd and 4th year, most of our students combine studies with work in their degree field.