Yuri Y. Khoroshailo
Awards and honors
Y.Y. Khoroshailo was awarded the medal "The Inventor of the USSR" (1988), a Diploma and II Degree Medal of the USSR (1987), I and II Degree Mark of Distinction of the Interior Ministry. For results obtained in training skilled personnel in the area of Radio Electronics for the enterprises of Dzerzhinsky District and Kharkiv city and on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the Department foundation he was awarded “Certificate of Merit” from the Dzerzhinsky District Council.
Born July 16, 1953
Candidate of Science (Technology) (Vinnytsia Polytechnic University, speciality 05.11.13 “Devices and Techniques for Nondestructive Testing of Materials and Products”, 1988. Thesis: “Resonance swirling measuring of thickness of nonferromagnetic films”).
His qualification is “Engineer of electronic equipment” after graduation of Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics specializing in “Electronic Devices” (Diploma Project: “Photoelectron IR Receiver with UFH Bias”).
He was working at Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics as an engineer at the Department of Electronic Devices from 1975 to 1977, as a junior researcher from 1977 to 1980, a post-graduate student from 1980 to 1983, a Chief of the Special Design Bureau from 1983 to 1988, an instructor of the Department of Technology of Radio Equipment Production, from 1988 to 1993.
1993 – 1994 – an Assistant Professor of Kharkiv Academy of Municipal Services.
He worked in the Interior Ministry of Ukraine in 1994. He was an Associate Professor of the Computer Science Department, Deputy Chief for academic and methodological work of the Institute of Psychology, Management, Information and Social Technologies (2005 – 2009). He holds the rank of Colonel of Militia.
Since 2009 – a Professor of the Department of Design and Operation of Electronic Devices of KhNURE.
He reads lecture courses on subjects: Analysis and synthesis of modern home radio electronic appliances; CAD Fundamentals; Fundamentals of Computer Design.
He has been a scientific supervisor of more than 50 graduate students.