Sergey E. Shcheklein
Degree: Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Head of Department of the nuclear power plants and renewable energy of the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin.
He has the State and departmental awards:
Honorary title "Honored power engineer of Russian Federation" (2001);
Gold and silver medal «For the safe operation of nuclear power plants" Rosenergoatom, (2001, 2016);
"Veteran of the nuclear power and industry of Russia", Minatom (2004);
"50 years of Atomic Energy of Russia", Minatom (2004);
"60 years of Atomic Energy" (2014), GK Rosatom;
«For merits in development of science and economy of Russia», ISAP, (2002).
Research area: Atomic and renewable energy.
Membership in professional associations:
Member of the international energy Academy (1996);
Member, Committee on renewable sources of energy of Russia;
Мember of the Presidium of the Nuclear Society of Russia;
Member of the editorial boards of journals for «Аlternative energy and ecology», «Izvestiya vuzov. Nuclear power», proc. of the Odessa National Polytechnic University;
Member of three dissertation councils.
As a result of scientific researches in the field of atomic energy, renewable energy and energy conservation, they published more than 450 publications, more than 20 monographs, textbooks and manuals, 82 patents for inventions and utility models. In the year 2017 has ranked among the Top 100 most cited authors in Russian (nuclear technology). Under his leadership, more than 20 PhD and master's theses, and prepared to protect 2 doctoral dissertations on areas of nuclear power plants and renewable energy. According to the results of the year 2017 its patent on «Mobile wave power plant» entered Top-100 best inventions of the Russian Federation. In 2009 the year for comprehensive studies in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency was awarded a National environmental prize of the Russian Federation the name of the V.I.Vernadsky. In 2015 year awarded WCAEE-2015 international Gold Medal "For Useful Labour", for alternative energy and ecology.