Oleg V. Lazorenko
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He was born on May 11, 1970. Hobbies: chess, football, Club of the cheerful and sharp- witted, mind games ("What? Where? When?", "Brain Ring"). Candidate for Master of Sport in Chess, 1990. Chess Champion of Kharkiv among Men, 1995.
2010 – Dr. Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Kharkiv V.N.Karazin National University, speciality 01.04.03 – Radio Physics. Thesis – “Modern Methods of Analysis and Processing of Ultra-wideband Processes”. Professor of the Physics Department in KhNURE.
2008 – associate member of the Academy of Sciences of Applied Radio Electronics.
2007 – Associate Professor of Physics, KhNURE.
1999 – Cand. Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Usikov Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics, the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, speciality 01.04.03 – radio physics. Thesis: “Distribution of UWB radio signals in the near-Earth space”.
1996 – he did his post-graduate studies, Cosmic Radio Physics Department, Kharkiv State University.
1993 – radio physicist, Kharkiv State University, Department of Radio Physics, speciality – Radio Physics and Electronics. Thesis: “The Development of Elements of the Model of Nonlinear Phenomena in Near-Earth Space Caused by Powerful Radio Waves”.
Lecture course on “Physics” for students majoring in “System Engineering”, Information Security” and “Printing and Publishing”.
His research interests include ultra-wideband (UWB), non-linear and fractal signals and processes, non-traditional methods of analysis and processing of signals and processes, nonlinear and fractal radio physics.
Scientific and technical achievements:
- Modeling of dispersion distortion of UWB signals that arise during their propagation in a dispersive area, in particular, in the near-Earth and in outer space, as well as in the interplanetary medium. The basic equation of remote radio sounding (the basic equation of radar) is generalized in case of using UWB signals. The possibility of the effect of “electromagnetic missile” is taken into account. Taking into account the appearance of dispersion distortions the parameters of remote radio sounding radar systems of the near-Earth space and outer space using UWB signals were calculated.
- He has developed the idea of new and innovative methods of analysis (wavelet analysis, the transformation of the Wigner and Choi-Williams) for the time-frequency processing of UWB signals and processes. He has created new types of wavelet (Kravchenko-Rvachev analytical wavelets) and non-linear integral transformations of Cohen class (conversion of Wigner-Kravchenko and Choi-Williams-Rvachev), based on the theory of atomic functions.
- He has proposed new classes of UWB signals and processes (fractals, nonlinear, with a variable average frequency and the pseudo-random), and studied their properties and possibilities.
- He took an active part in the creation of new methods of signal analysis and processes, namely, Fourier adaptive transforming and systematic spectral analysis.
He is a supervisor of O.V. Vishnevetsky, a post-graduate distance learning student (speciality 01.04.03 – Radio Physics), who prepared his thesis “Analysis of the Signals”. Based on the Wigner and Choi-Williams Transformation in the Methods of Geospace Remote Radio Sounding” for defending.