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Prominent scientists and lecturers of the Microelectronics Department Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute:

Yakymenko Yurii Ivanovych
Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Academician of the International Academy of Higher Education, three-time Laureate of the State Prize, Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Research Supervisor of the Department, First Vice-Rector of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute

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Born in 1945. He graduated with honors from the Faculty of Radio Electronics KPI in 1968. He studied in graduate school, worked as an assistant, associate professor, dean of the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, professor, since 1985 he heads the Department of Microelectronics. Since 1992 – the first vice-rector of the university.

Lectures on courses: “Materials of electronic technology”, “Semiconductor devices”, “Physics of semiconductor devices”, “Special course of microelectronics”.

Prof. Y. I. Yakymenko is a well-known specialist in the field of engineering education, Deputy Chairman of the State Accreditation Commission of Ukraine, Chairman of the Expert Council of the Higher Attestation Commission on Electronics, Radio Engineering and Telecommunications.

He is the founder of a new direction in electronics, related to the development and implementation of ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials. On the basis of scientific departments of the Department of Microelectronics he founded the Research Institute of Applied Electronics at KPI. He is the author of more than 200 scientific works, including 10 monographs and textbooks, has 30 copyright certificates and patents. Under his scientific supervision 1 doctoral and 12 candidate dissertations were defended. In 1987 YI Yakymenko was awarded the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and technology, in 1995 – the prize named after Frantsevych of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine for a series of works on the creation and use of new electronics materials. In 1997 he was awarded the title of Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine. In 2001, the Lebedev Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine was awarded for a series of works on the creation of electronic devices for energy.

Scientific achievements of prof. Yakymenko have a wide international recognition. He was invited to universities in the USA, Canada, Germany, France, and Belgium to give lectures and research. He was elected a full member of the International Academy of Higher Education, New York Academy of Sciences, Honorary Member of the American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE (since 1997), is the coordinator of the international project to create a national information and computer network of educational and scientific institutions. scientific and educational programs of the Commission of the European Communities.

The scientist was awarded the Order of Friendship of Peoples and “For Merit” of the III degree.

Orlov Anatolii Tymofiiovych
Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Acting Head of the Department

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He was born in 1958. He graduated with honors from the Faculty of Electronics of KPI in 1981. He has been working at the Department of Microelectronics since 1981. He has been teaching since 1990. In 1989 he defended his dissertation on the specialty of integrated electronic devices. Since 2001 – Associate Professor, and since 2018 – Professor of Department of Microelectronics. Since 2020, acting as Head of the Department.

Lectures on “Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics”, “Design and Construction of Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits”, “Design of Large Integrated Circuits”, “Sensor Metrology”, “Special Course in Microelectronics”.

Has more than 60 scientific publications and 4 inventions. Research interests: active piezoelectric filters, high-frequency devices and sensors based on MEMS, NEMS technologies, nanostructured piezoelectric materials, digital signal processing for telecommunications and broadband access.

Interned and participated in international conferences and symposia in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Canada, the United States, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

Speaks English.

Borysov Oleksandr Vasylovych
Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Academician of the Academy of Applied Radio Electronics

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Born in 1935. He graduated from the Vilnius Radio Engineering School in 1956. He studied at the Kyiv Higher Engineering Radio Engineering School. He graduated with honors from KPI in 1964. He worked as an assistant, senior lecturer, associate professor. He defended his dissertation in 1977.

Prepared and lectures on the courses “Semiconductor Devices”, “Test Methods for Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits”, “Physics of Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits”, “Solid State Electronics”, special course “Semiconductor Devices”.

Field of research – nonlinear dielectrics. For the first time he developed the design and technology of manufacturing planar microwave ferroelectric elements for control systems, as well as functional devices based on semiconductor structures. He has more than 150 scientific and methodical works. He has published 6 textbooks and manuals stamped by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Scientific director of the laboratory of medical sensors.

Conducts extensive organizational and community work. He was deputy head of the department of scientific work, chairman of the trade union bureau of the faculty, deputy chairman of the local KPI, a member of the Kyiv City Trade Union, the organizing committee of the Central Committee of the trade union on competition among higher education institutions of the USSR.

Until 2020, he was the first deputy dean of the faculty, acting head of the department, scientific secretary of the scientific-methodical commission in Electronics of the Ministry of Education and Science, a member of the methodical council of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Faculty Council. He is a member of the editorial board of scientific and technical collections “Electronics and Communication” and “Applied Radio Electronics”. Academician of the Academy of Applied Radio Electronics.

О. V. Borisov was awarded six medals, the badge of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR “For outstanding achievements in work”. Excellent Education of Ukraine, Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine.

Bilous Anatolii Hryhorovych
Academician of the NAS of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Head of the Department of Solid State Chemistry of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the NAS of Ukraine

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He was born in 1951, in the village of Hrushka, Kamyanets-Podilskyi district, Khmelnytsky region, Ukraine. In 1968 graduated from high school with a gold medal. Since 1968 – a student of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Faculty of Radio Electronics, Department of “Semiconductor Dielectrics”, who graduated with honors in 1974. Since 1974 to 1978 – Postgraduate student of the L.Ya. Karpov Research Physical and Chemical Institute (Moscow). Candidate of Technical Sciences since 1978, Doctor of Chemical Sciences since 1991, Professor since 1996. In 2000 elected corresponding member of the NAS of Ukraine. In 2004 awarded the title of “Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine”. Since 2009 Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He has personally and co-authored more than 300 scientific papers, including more than 70 copyright certificates and patents. Has prepared 10 candidates of sciences.

Participation in the Ph-D programme

Brief Curriculum Vitae

SURNAME           BELOUS                        FIRST NAME(S) ANATOLIY

Affiliation and official address

Head of department, V.I.Vernadskii Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of NAS of Ukraine, 32/34 Palladina ave., Kyiv-142, 03680, Ukraine

Telephone +38044 4242211
E-Mail belous@ionc.kar.net

Date and place of birth            08 May, 1951, Ukraine       Nationality   Ukraine

Education (degrees, dates, universities)
1974   Kyiv Polytechnic Institute,  radio electronic faculty, Master degree.
1978   Karpov Physico-Chemistry Research Institute, Moscow, PhD degree.
1991  Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian Academy of  Sciences,  Doctor Chem. degree
2000   Corresponding member of National Academy of Sciences, section “Inorganic Chemistry”

Career/Employment (employers, positions and dates)
1968-74   Kyiv Polytechnic Institute,  radio electronic faculty., full-time student.
1974-78   Karpov Physico-Chemistry Research Institute, Moscow, full-time post graduate student.
1978-80   Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian Academy of  Sciences, junior researcher
1980-82   Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian Academy of  Sciences ,senior  researcher.
1982-03   Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian Academy of  Sciences , head of department.

Fields of Specialization
(i)            main field – Solid State Chemistry
Extra fine oxide powders, cation conductors, PTCR materials, microwave dielectrics.
(ii)          other fields- Solid State Physics

Current research activities (Title of activities. In the case of international collaborative activities, please give the name(s) and institution(s) of your collaborator(s))
1.      Synthesis, structure, and properties of new dielectric and Li-conducting niobium and tantalum oxides with defect perovskite structure.
2.       Nanocrystalline zirconia powders and low temperature sintering ceramics based on them (synthesis, structural peculiarities, and properties).
3.      Single-phase and composite microwave (MW) dielectric materials for decimeter and centimeter wavelength bands.
4.      Manganites with the defect perovskite structure.
5.      NATO SfP  project #980881 entitled “Tantalum-Free Microwave Dielectric Resonators with Enhanced Quality Factor ”.

Bovtun Viktor Petrovych
Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

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Born in 1954. He graduated from KPI in 1977. He worked as an engineer, junior researcher, assistant, associate professor. In 1986 he defended his dissertation.

Lectures on the courses “Statistical Physics”, “Quantum Mechanics”, “Solid State Physics”, “Dielectric Spectroscopy”. Conducts scientific work on physical and applied materials science, dielectric spectroscopy of ferroelectrics, ultrahigh-frequency methods of diagnostics of materials. Has more than 100 scientific articles, 2 copyright certificates.

Worked in foreign research centers: Stefan Institute (Ljubljana, Slovenia); Technical University (Aachen, Germany); Institute of Physics (Prague, Czech Republic). He has lectured at universities and research centers in Berlin, Paris, Prague, Aachen, Duisburg, and Leipzig. Fluent in English and German.

Verbytskyi Volodymyr Hryhorovych
Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences

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Born in 1952. He graduated from the Faculty of Radiophysics of T.G. Shevchenko Kyiv National University in 1976. He began his career at the Research Institute of Microdevices. In 1988 he defended his dissertation, in 2004 – his doctoral dissertation in “Solid State Electronics”. Since December 1995 Director of the State Enterprise “Research Institute of Microdevices” of the Ministry of Industrial Policy of Ukraine. From 2004 to 2014, Director of the State Enterprise “Research Institute of Microdevices” STC “Institute of Single Crystals” of the NAS of Ukraine.

Published more than 100 scientific papers, including 3 monographs. Prepared 2 candidates of science.

He is a member of two specialized councils for awarding scientific degrees in the specialties “Solid State Electronics” and “Informatics, Computer Engineering and Automation”. He was awarded the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology 2009 – for the development of high-performance technologies of optoelectronics and communication systems based on them.

Lectures on the courses “Technological Fundamentals of Electronics”, “Fundamentals of Microelectronics”, “Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies”. Manages diploma design. For many years he has been the head of the State Examination Commission for the Defense of Diploma Projects and Master’s Dissertations in the specialty “Micro- and nanoelectronic devices and devices”. Since 2014, he has been the chairman of the specialized council for awarding scientific degrees in the specialty “Solid State Electronics”.

Vertsanova Olena Viktorivna
Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, responsible for the direction of international work of the department

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She was born in 1967. She graduated from the Faculty of Electronics of KPI in 1990. She has been working at the Department of Microelectronics since 1990. She has been teaching since 2001. In 2001 she defended her PhD thesis in functional electronics. Since 2001, Associate Professor of Microelectronics Department.

Lectures on the course “Modeling in Electronics”

Responsible for the direction of international work of the department.

Has more than 30 scientific publications. Research interests: photoacoustics, non-destructive testing, defectoscopy, quality control of materials and electronic products.

Interned in Germany and participated in international conferences.

Fluent in English and German.

Didenko Yurii Viktorovych
Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Deputy Head of the Department

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He was born in 1982. He graduated with honors from the Faculty of Electronics of KPI in 2005.

Since 2012 he has been working as an assistant, since 2014 as a senior lecturer, and since 2019 as an associate professor of the Department of Microelectronics. In 2016 he defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of technical sciences.

Teaches lecture courses “Physical foundations of reliability”, “Fundamentals of micro- and nanosystem technology” and “Modeling of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits”, conducts laboratory and practical classes on courses “Programming and algorithmic languages”, “Algorithms and data structures” and “Design of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits”.

He is the author of more than 50 scientific and educational works.

Ievtushenko Arsenii Ivanovych
Associate Professor, Candidate of Physicomathematical Sciences

Zavorotnyi Viktor Fedorovych
Associate Professor, Candidate of Physicomathematical Sciences

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Born in 1955 in Kyiv. Graduated from KPI in 1979. Worked as an engineer, researcher, senior lecturer, associate professor. He defended his dissertation in 1988.

Developed and teaches disciplines for bachelors, specialists and masters: “Liquid Crystals”, “Fundamentals of Piezoelectrics”, “Digital Information Processing Systems”, “Physics of Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits”, “Electronic Processes in Thin balls”.

Responsible for the organization of student internships, the organization of the distribution of graduates of the Department of Microelectronics.

Research interests: embedded microsystems, intelligent sensors based on MEMS and crystal systems, new methods of measuring physical quantities. Has more than 60 scientific publications including copyright certificates and patents for 19 inventions.

Participated in international conferences, symposia and exhibitions in Germany, Great Britain, Czech Republic, Hungary. Fluent in English.

Koval Viktoriia Mykhailivna
Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, responsible for the direction of scientific work of the department

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She was born in 1980. She graduated from NTUU “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” with honors in 2004. From 2004 to 2007 she studied at the graduate school of KPI. She defended her PhD thesis in 2010.
Since 2011 she has been working as an assistant, and since 2017 works as an associate professor of microelectronics. He works part-time as a researcher at the Research Institute of Electronics and Microsystem Technology. In 2011 – 2013 participated in an international project from CRDF Global (USA).
Lectures and conducts practical and laboratory classes on the courses “Physical Fundamentals of Sensory”, “Optoelectronics”, “Optoelectronic Information Systems”, “Statistical Physics”. Supervises attestation theses of bachelors and masters.
Author of more than 40 scientific and educational publications. He has participated in international scientific and technical conferences in Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria and the United States.
Research interests: nanomaterials, photodetectors and solar cells.

Korolevych Liubomyr Mykolaiovych
Assistant, Candidate of Technical Sciences

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He was born in 1975. He graduated from the Faculty of Electronics of NTUU “KPI” in 2000.

In 2000-2003 he was a graduate student of the Department of Microelectronics. After graduating, he worked as an assistant at the Department of Microelectronics. In 2021 he defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of technical sciences.

Conducts laboratory and practical classes on the course “Solid State Electronics”.

The direction of scientific research is crystal physics, solid-state electronics.

Scientific contribution: a new method for solving ordinary algebraic equations of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th orders is proposed, the problem of the crystal lattice structure at the interface of two crystalline substances is solved, the theory of p-n junction is improved, methods for improving MIS characteristics are proposed, devices and recursive algorithm for recovering information from hash data, etc.

Published 10 scientific papers.

Koroliuk Dmytro Volodymyrovych
Professor, Doctor of Physicomathematical Sciences

Lupyna Borys Ivanovych
Senior lecturer, Candidate of Technical Sciences

Maliuta Serhii Vasylovych
Assistant
Machulianskyi Oleksandr Viktorovych
Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences, responsible for the direction of career-guidance work of the department

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Born in 1957. Graduated from KPI in 1981. Worked as an engineer, researcher, senior lecturer, associate professor. In 2003 he defended his Ph.D. dissertation, and in 2020 his doctoral dissertation.

Lectures on disciplines: “Technological foundations of electronics”, “Technology and design of biomedical sensors”, “Fundamentals of computer technology”, “Technology of semiconductor devices and integrated circuits”, “Microelectronics”.

Responsible for organizational work at the Department of Microelectronics. From 2003 to 2011 worked as Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Social Affairs.

Direction of scientific research – electromagnetic properties of materials with nanometer scale, synthesis of nanostructured composite systems with a given set of properties. He has more than 80 scientific and methodical publications.

Obukhova Tetiana Yuriivna
Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences, responsible for the direction of methodical work of the department

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She was born in 1983 in Kyiv. She graduated with honors from the Faculty of Electronics of KPI in 2007

In 2012 she defended her dissertation on the topic: “Structural, electrical and optical properties of porous silicon for photovoltaic converters”.

Assistant of the Department of Microelectronics since 2008.

Conducts laboratory and practical classes on the courses “Functional Electronics”, “Biomedical Sensors”, “Electronic Sensors”, “Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies”.

Published 20 scientific articles. Participates actively in scientific seminars and conferences. In 2012 she received the M. G. Milvidskyi award for the best work of a young researcher at the International Conference “Silicon – 2012” (St. Petersburg, Russia).

Research interests: porous silicon, nanomaterials, sessorika, photovoltaics, functional electronics

Languages ​​French, English and German

Osinov Serhii Mykolaiovych
Senior lecturer, Candidate of Technical Sciences

Osinskyi Volodymyr Ivanovych
Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences

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Born in 1935. He graduated from the KPI Faculty of Radio Engineering in 1958 with a degree in Electronic Devices. He worked in the direction at the Minsk Instrument-Making Plant. In one year he passed the way to a leading specialist in the development and production of highly complex radiation control equipment for nuclear submarines. Under the leadership of a prominent scientist in the field of semiconductor technology, Academician NN Sirota. graduated from graduate school in technology and semiconductor physics.

In 1965, he discovered superluminescence in multicomponent semiconductors A3B5, which for the first time produced LEDs and lasers, which are now widely used in the world and in Ukraine in fiber optical and satellite communications, the Internet, CD-ROMs, and energy-saving lighting.

After publications and reports on the radiative properties of multicomponent heterostructures, Volodymyr Ivanovych is invited to the USA, where he conducts research at the Institute of Semiconductor Materials and Devices of the US National Bureau of Standards, lectures at many US universities and firms, trains and works in Germany and Sweden.

When he returned, Volodymyr Ivanovych was engaged in the development and production of integrated circuits at the Minsk plant “Mion” (now “Integral”). In the future, V.I. Osinskyi was transferred to the Institute of Electronics created in the system of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic. Within one year, the technological base was created and the development and production of integrated matrices of LEDs and photodetectors for space equipment and other uses was established.

In 1985 V.I. Osinskyi was invited to the Research Institute “Saturn” in Kyiv, where he organized the development of technology for epitaxy of nanostructures of high-speed and optoelectronic devices. Due to the change in the profile of the enterprise, the team under his leadership was transferred to the Research Institute of Microdevices, where he created and heads the Center for Optoelectronic Technologies. Fundamental and applied research of nanotechnologies of ultra-bright LEDs and information aspects of solid-state lighting is carried out here.

Author of more than 250 scientific papers, including 80 inventions and monographs “Integral optoelectronics” (1977), “Optical methods of information processing” (1978), “Optoelectronic structures on multicomponent semiconductors” (1981).

Since 1965, Professor V.I. Osinskyi conducts active pedagogical work at the departments of microelectronics of the Minsk Radio Engineering Institute and KPI. More than 30 dissertations have been defended under his supervision. Since 1970 he has been a member of specialized councils for the defense of dissertations, a member of the CIS Board of Experts on Lasers, Chief Designer of the Ministry of Industrial Policy of Ukraine for Laser Information Technologies, a member of the Academy of Technological Sciences of Ukraine, American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Since its foundation in 1964 – a member of the section J.I. Alferov from heterostructures.

The Department is the first in Ukraine in the field of knowledge “Electronics” began training bachelors in “Micro- and nanoelectronics” and masters in “Information microelectronic systems” and “Micro- and nanoelectronic devices and tools”.

Poplavko Yurii Mykhailovych
Professor, Doctor of Physicomathematical Sciences

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Born in 1934. He graduated from KPI in 1957. He worked as an assistant, associate professor, professor. In 1963 he defended his Ph.D., in 1974 – his doctoral dissertation.

Research interests – research and application of microwave ferroelectrics and dielectrics, microwave spectroscopy. He has published more than 250 articles, 8 textbooks, monographs and brochures, has 12 copyright certificates, prepared 20 candidates of technical sciences.

Yurii Mykhailovych was awarded the KPI Prize and Diploma for the textbook “Physics of Dielectrics”. His publications on the new effect in piezoelectrics were recognized by the Scientific Council of the USSR Academy of Sciences as the best works of the year (1990, 1991). He was awarded a grant from the International Science Foundation for scientific works published in 1988-1992, and a grant from a Soros professor at the Renaissance Foundation.

Prof. Yu. M. Poplavko conducts active scientific and organizational activity. He is a member of the Council for Ferroelectrics and Dielectrics at the Russian Academy of Sciences; Expert Council of the High Attestation Commission of Ukraine; two specialized councils for awarding doctoral and candidate degrees.

He was a member of several organizing committees of All-Union conferences, editor-in-chief of the scientific collection “Dielectrics and Semiconductors”.

In 1990 – 1997 he spoke at international conferences in Ukraine, Latvia, Russia, Poland, Great Britain, USA, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Israel, lectured in Portugal, Germany, South Korea.

Rodionov Mykhailo Kuzmych
Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

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Born in 1937. He graduated from KPI in 1964. He worked as an engineer, assistant, associate professor, secretary of the party committee of the institute, vice-rector, deputy head of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, professor. In 1971 he defended his dissertation. Prepared and reads lectures from courses: for specialists – “Dielectric devices and devices”, “Optoelectronics and integrated optics”, “Quantum electronics”; for masters – “Crystal Physics”, “Elementary and structural analysis”.

Field of research – optical spectroscopy of dielectric and semiconductor materials. Has more than 100 scientific and methodical articles, 10 certificates of inventions. Under his leadership, two PhD theses were defended, 12 economic contract research works were performed and implemented, and an interdepartmental educational-scientific technological laboratory of the faculty was established. He developed the technology of micromechanical thermoresistive sensors, was one of the first in Ukraine to create a laser installation on a ruby, studied the optical properties of CTE crystals, residual polarization in dielectric crystals.

From his student years he took an active part in public life. He was the head of the group, chairman of the student council of the dormitory, founder and member of the first student construction teams. After graduating from the institute he worked as a deputy secretary, secretary of the party bureau of the faculty, deputy secretary, secretary of the party committee of KPI, was a member of the bureau of Zhovtnevy district committee, member of Kyiv city committee, member of the Audit Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. Since 2002 – People’s Deputy of Ukraine.

М. K. Rodionov was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, Friendship of Peoples, medals “For the development of virgin lands”, “In memory of the 1500th anniversary of Kiev”, “Veteran of Labor”, the badge “Excellence in Education of Ukraine”.

Sviechnikov Heorhii Serhiiovych
Associate Professor, Candidate of Physicomathematical Sciences

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He was born in 1952. In 1974 he graduated from the Faculty of Radiophysics of T.G. Shevchenko Kyiv State University. In 1981 he graduated from the Institute of Semiconductor Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and defended his dissertation.

He is a highly qualified specialist in the field of opto- and microelectronics, fiber and integrated optics.

From 1989 to 1993, and from 2005 to the present time teaches courses in opto- and microelectronics at Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute and the course “Fiber and Integrated Optics” at the Institute of Communications.

From 1993 to 2001 worked at the Singapore Polytechnic Institute and the University of Technology as a professor. He played an influential role in the development of photonics in Singapore – was co-chair of the working group on the development of photonics.

Since November 2002, he has been a leading researcher at the Institute of Semiconductor Physics of the National Academy of Sciences.

He has participated in many international scientific conferences and forums. He has published more than 160 scientific papers, is the author of 8 monographs, has 9 copyright certificates.

He was elected an honorary member of the International Optical Society (SPIE) and the International Society of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). In 1998–1999 was nominated in the directory “Who’s Who in Science and Technology” and “Who’s Who in the World” (Publishing House Marquis Who’s Who, USA). Laureate of the State Prize in Science and Technology of 1995 and V.Ye. Lashkareva Prize of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine for 2012.

Fluent in English, Russian and Ukrainian.

Tatarchuk Dmytro Dmytrovych
Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Academic Secretary of the Department, Acting director of Research Institute of Electronics and Microsystem Technology

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Born in 1967. Graduated with honors from the Faculty of Electronics KPI in 1994. He has been working at the Department of Microelectronics since 1998. He has been teaching since 1999. In 2001 defended his dissertation on solid state electronics, including functional. Since 2001 Associate Professor of Microelectronics. In 2009 he received the title of associate professor. In 2020 he defended his doctoral dissertation in solid electronics

Lectures on the courses “Personal Computer and Fundamentals of Programming”, “Programming and Algorithmic Languages”, “Algorithms and Data Structures”, “Modeling of Technological Processes and Integrated Circuits”, “Statistical Fundamentals of Data Processing”, “Computational Mathematics”.

He is a coordinator of programs of the Double Diploma between Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute and TU Dresden (Germany).

Author of more than 110 scientific and educational works. Research interests: microwave electronics, dielectric materials, including nanomaterials.

Active in sports – a discharger in swimming, shooting, boxing and judo.

Fluent in English and German.

Shevliakova Hanna Viktorivna
Assistant, Doctor of Philosophy, responsible for the direction of educational work of the department