Yuri Y. Gordienko
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Public and International Activity
Member of the council of experts of the Department of staff certification of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport (MESYS) of Ukraine that approves scientific Doctor and Candidate degrees (Physics and Mathematics). Representative of MESYS of Ukraine in the working group of the Eurasian Commonwealth programme of electronization. Member of the expert commissions of MESYS of Ukraine in the field of radio engineering and electronics. Deputy Chairman of specialized university Council D 64.052.03 that confers scientific Doctor and Candidate degrees, a member of specialized Council D 64.052.04. Member of editorial boards of the following journals: "Radio Engineering", "Radio Electronics and Informatics", "Applied Radio Electronics".
Awards and Prizes
Honorary figure of science and technology of Ukraine (2008). Excellent educationalist of Ukraine. In 2005 he was awarded the Honorary diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. In 2011 as one of the authors of the work "New Generation Microelectronic Sensors for Intellectual Systems", that was put forward to receive the 2011 State Award of Ukraine, received the confirmation of the State Award Committee of Ukraine stating that he won this State award in science and technology. For the implementation of scientific results in education and industry has been repeatedly awarded by the leaders of MESYS of Ukraine, the administration of the region, city and university.
Was born August 31, 1940.
1986 – Professor of the Department of Microelectronics.
1985 – Dr. Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Kharkiv State University named after A.M.Gorky, speciality 01.04.03 – radio physics, including quantum radio physics. His doctoral dissertation was “Microwave diagnostics of layered semiconducting materials”.
1970 – Assistant Professor of the Department of Electronic Devices.
1969 – Candidate of Science (Technology), Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics (KhIRE), speciality 01.04.03 – radio physics, including quantum radio physics. His candidate dissertation was “Use of microwave technology for study of electrophysical properties of amorphous selenium”.
1962 – radio-physicist, Kharkiv State University named after A.M.Gorky, speciality – Radiophysics and electronics.
Lecture courses: electronic devices, fundamentals of microelectronics, instruments and devices of integral electronics, fundamentals of scientific research.
Scientific interests: microwave diagnostics of materials, media and objects; scanning microwave microscopy of conductors, semiconductors and dielectrics; IR and UV receivers and image converters; detectors of ionizing radiation.
Scientific and technical developments: created a general theory of microwave diagnostics of materials, media, objects and a new microwave modulation method of diagnostics; proposed, developed new devices for nondestructive nonelectrode testing and introduced them into practice of input and interoperational inspection in the technology of microelectronics; created a general theory of microaperture resonator probes for scanning microwave microscopy of materials in nanotechnology; developed a new microwave detectors of ionizing radiation on the basis of semiconductor materials.
He was a scientific supervisor of 16 Candidates of Science (V.I. Bedraty, B.G.Borodin, Y.I. Good, V.L. Kostenko, V.I. Krivoruchko, Y.V. Popov, L.I. Sviderskaya, M.I. Slipchenko, M.G. Soloukhin, V.V. Starostenko, E.A. Rosenko, A.A. Ryabukhin, R.S. Far, F.M. Hammoud, Y.E. Horoshajlo, I.T.Chuzhikov) and 4 Doctors of Science (V.P. Oksanych, A.Y. Panchenko, M. I. Slipchenko, V.V. Starostenko).