The article dwells on Russian system of educational engineering training in the field of smart systems with a view to its innovative component through the example of National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU). The article highlights that the development of innovations has two significant components (technological-economic and social-humanistic). It is proved that only with equal combination of these two components in innovations it is possible to obtain maximum innovative development effect for economy of any country. It is concluded that the system of educational engineering training in TPU is misbalanced in terms of innovative development due to considerable technological-economic component dominance over social-humanistic one. The authors propose possible ways to overcome this misbalance of innovative development in the system of engineering education of TPU upgrading event block on staff and students motivational competences improvement.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Materials Science(all)