Temporary power supply is relevant and necessary on top of the need for large-scale use of eco-friendly renewable energy sources; this relevance and necessity are due to the popularity of individual vehicles (including small ships and boats) with legal and natural persons.
The program has been developed in cooperation with the Skolkovo Business School and Solnechnaya Regata. The program is multidisciplinary and is targeted at helping its participants acquire practical skills in various areas, including those that everyone will find important, i.e. driving or navigating an individual vehicle, project presentation, media support (including social media), and entrepreneurship skills. The course is based on real-world practice and enables students to try the position of a design engineer, a designer, a water vehicle pilot, or a marketologist; it also creates favorable conditions for differentiated and individual learning.
Project participants will study the fundamentals of shipbuilding, renewable energy, and construction of state-of-the-art vehicles. Project teams will assemble a hull of a ship. They will learn the basics of and practice ship navigation while also acquiring knowledge of (i) kinematic physics, (ii) physics of chemical current sources, (iii) material science, (iv) fundamentals of hydrodynamics, electric equipment, photonics, and business planning. Besides, they will acquire valuable team skills.