Department of Fundamentals of Electrical and Power Engineering

Head of Department:

Assoc. Prof. Anka Ivanova Zheglova, Ph.D.

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Room: 1417 / 1207
Phone: +359 (0)66 827 322/+359 (0)66 827 376

Academic Organizer: Rumyana Gancheva Pencheva
  Room: 1418
Phone: +359 (0)66 827 359

Brief Background

The Department of Fundamentals of Electrical and Power Engineering is among the first academic units of the Technical University of Gabrovo. It was established way back in 1964 under the name of “Theoretical, Measure and General Electrical Engineering” and continued as such until 1984. Its first Head was the first Rector of the university – Prof. Vessel Savov. The first assistant professor in it was Nikolay Kolev.  By 1971 А. Bakalov, Т. Petrov, D. Girginov, V. Тоdorov, I. Stanev, Т. Тоdorov, D. Chicharov, L. Genchev, Y. Yordanov, D. Petrov, G. Venkov, and G. Trendafilov joined the Department. From 1970 to 1971 the Department was headed by Assoc Prof. Dimitar Tsvetkov. In 1971 the Department branched thus setting the new Department of  Electrical Machines and Equipment. After the splitting of the Department, N. Kolev, I. Stanev, D. Chicharov, D. Petrov, G. Venkov, and G. Trendafilov remained in it and its Head became Assoc. Prof. Boris Mitov. From 1975 to 1988 the Department was headed by Prof. Lyudmil Genov, D.Sc. In 1984 the Department was renamed into Department of Fundamentals of Electrical and Power Engineering. From 1989 to 1993 it was headed by Assoc. Prof. Ilia Stanev and from 1993 to 2008 by Assoc Prof. Georgi Trendafilov. In the period 2008-2012 the Department Head was Assoc. Prof. Petar Uzunov. The present day Head of the Department is Assoc. Prof. Zvezditsa Nenova. After 1973 the rank of assistant professor attained I. Stoev (1973), А. Zheglova (1987), Z. Nenova (1988), P. Petrov (1988), P. Uzunov (1988), Tsv. Varbov (1989), Кr. Ivanov (1989), G. Velev (2002). In different periods as assistant professors in the department worked G. Dishliev (later associate professor), Y. Slavev, P. Stanchev, N. Коzarev. In 2009 three new assistant professors – Y. Lazarov, P. Hristov and G. Georgiev joined the Department and in 2010 N. Nedev was appointed. Since 1986 the academic organizer of the Department has been Natalia Binteva, and since 1988 Ivan Stanev has worked as a department engineer.

Department Staff

Име и длъжност

Name and academic rank Room Phone E-mail
Prof. Zvezditsa Petrova Nenova, Ph.D. 3113, 1205 +359 66  827 396,
+359 66 827 376
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Assoc. Prof. Petar Kolev Petrov, Ph.D. 1206
+359 66  827 313
+359 66  827 516
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Assoc. Prof. Anka Ivanova Zheglova, Ph.D. 1207 +359 66  827 322 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assoc. Prof. Krasimir Marinov Ivanov, Ph.D. 1231 +359 66  827 307 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assoc. Prof. Nikolai Hristov Nenov, Ph.D.
6102А, 6018
+359 66  827 494,
+359 66  827 481
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Assoc. Prof. Georgi Tsonev Velev, Ph.D. 1205 +359 66  827 376 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assist. Prof. Nediu Diyanov Nedev, Ph.D. 1205 +359 66  827 538 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assist. Prof. Ivailo Vasilev Lazarov, Ph.D. 1207 +359 66  827 322 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assist. Prof. Petar Veselinov Hristov 1207 +359 66  827 322 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assist. Prof. Georgi Ivanov Georgiev 1207 +359 66  827 376 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Assist. Prof. Tsviatko Коlev Varbov 1231 +359 66  827 307 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Technical Support      
Rumyana Gancheva Pencheva 1418 +359 66  827 359 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ivan Stanev Ivanov 1204 +359 66  827 369, +359 66 827 669  

 

The Department is a leader in training students in the Master Degree programme "Labour Safety Engineering"

Major Disciplines:

  • Theory of Electrical Engineering - I
  • Theory of Electrical Engineering - II
  • Electrical Engineering and Electronics
  • Electrical Measurements
  • Measuring Technology
  • Measurements of Non-Electrical Quantities
  • Electrotechnical Materials
  • Materials Science
  • Technology of High Voltages
  • Electrical Grids and Systems
  • Electrical Part of Power Stations and Substations
  • Power Engineering
  • Labour Safety Engineering - I
  • Labour Safety Engineering - II
  • Measurements and Control in Labour Safety Engineering
  • Industrial Hygiene and Professional Diseases
  • Methods of Teaching and  Qualification Improvement
  • Automated Technical Devices
  • Fire Protection and Rescue Techniques
  • Labour Law
  • Psychology of Labour
  • Computer-Based Methods in Labour Safety Engineering
  • Information Sytstems in Labour Safety Engineering

Training Laboratories:

„Theory of Electrical Engineering”

1211

„Electrical Engineering”

1202

„Electrical Measurements”

1210 and 1203

„Electrotechnical Materials”

1212

„Technology of High Voltages”

1007

„Electrical Grids and Systems”

1310

„Labour Safety Engineering”

1200

Scientific Orientation of the Department:

  • Theory of Electrical Engineering;
  • Electromagnetic Field;
  • Simulation of  Electro-Magnetic Processes and Development of Micro-Motors;
  • Electrical Measurements;
  • Measuring Transducers;
  • Virtual Measuring Devices;
  • Electrotechnical Materials;
  • Oxide and Ferro-Ceramics;
  • Nano Technologies;
  • Low Frequency Thermoplastic and Thermoset Magneto-Electrics;
  • Labour Safety Engineering;
  • Electric Safety;
  • Electric Grids for Medium and Low Voltage and Improvement of Their Reliability and Safety;
  • Technology of High Voltages;
  • Transition Processes in Electric Power Systems.