Igor V. Prasol
Honors and awards
Diploma of the Ministry of Education of Ukraine, 2001; badge of Excellent Education of Ukraine, 2009.
Born: October 26, 1957.
Hobbies: History of Science, Psychology, IT, Cars, Photography and video recording, Travelling.
1979 – Electronic Engineer at Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics, speciality – Еlectronic Instruments and Devices.
1989 – Cand. Sc. (Technology), Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics, speciality: 05.13.01 – Management in Technical Systems and 05.13.12 – Design Automation Systems.
1993 – Associate Professor of the Biomedical Electronics Department at Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics (KhIRE).
2011 – Dr. Sc. (Technology), Kharkіv National University of Radio Electronics, speciality: 05.13.12 – Design Automation Systems. Thesis: « Model aggregation methods for solving problems of automated parametric synthesis of electronic circuits ».
2008 – Professor, Department of Biomedical Electronic Devices and Systems.
Lecturer courses: Electronics: (Part 4) The digital circuits; Biomedical devices, apparatus and systems: (Part 2) Diagnostic Equipment and (Part 3) Therapy equipment; Methods and tools for automation circuit design.
Research interests include computer-aided design of electronic and biomedical equipment; mathematical modeling; diagnostic and therapy medical devices; Information Technology.
Scientific and technical achievements: Methodology of computer-aided design biomedical engineering devices; static methods, frequency, dynamic and multivariate analysis of electronic circuits; dynamic methods of logical analysis of digital circuits; parametric synthesis techniques; Modeling of electronic components and functional units; macromodelling methods; Methods of reduction of mathematical models of analog functional units; assessment of the adequacy of the areas of mathematical models based on interval methods; Adaptation procedures and analysis of parametric optimization; designing an analog-digital circuits based on electromagnetic compatibility; Design of adaptive digital hearing aids; method of improving speech intelligibility in hearing aids; design units of diagnostic and therapeutic devices; biotechnical system to identify computer addiction among young people; improvement of methods of diagnosis and staging of programs and the choice of treatments.
Tutorship. Scientific supervisor of 4 post-graduate students, speciality: 05.13.12 – Design Automation Systems and 05.11.17 – Biological and Medical Devices and Systems. Under his supervision A. Nechiporenko defended her dissertation thesis in speciality: 05.11.17 – Biological and Medical Devices and Systems. Trained more than 10 masters of biomedical engineering.
Public and international activities
Member of two specialized scientific councils of the specialities: 05.13.12 – Design Automation Systems; 05.11.17 – Biological and Medical Devices and Systems. Scientific training in Poland, 2016.