Valeriy M. Bezruk
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Honours and awards
For significant achievements in scientific and educational work he has been awarded diplomas of the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Communications of Ukraine and Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics.
From 1967 to 1973 he studied at the Radio Engineering Department of Kharkiv Polytechnic University majoring in “Radio”. In 1973 after graduating with honors he got a radio engineer qualification and worked in Kharkiv Central Design Bureau “Proton”.
In 1975 he did the post-graduate course at Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics (KhIRE). In 1988 after completing the course he worked as a junior researcher, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of Radio Engineering Systems Department of KhIRE.
In 1984 he defended his thesis for the Candidate’s degree.
From 1991 to 1993 he was a doctoral candidate of KhIRE. After the doctoral candidacy he worked as a leading researcher and since 1999 – as an Associate Professor of the Department of Communication Networks.
In 2004 he presented the thesis for the degree of Doctor of Technology.
In 2005 he received the rank of Professor at the Department of Communication Networks.
In May 2009 he was elected the Head of the Department.
Teaches the following courses: “Signal Processing Methods and Facilities”, “Theory of Electric Coupling”, “Mathematical Modeling of Information Networks”, “Information Network Optimization Methods”, “Information Network Planning and Design”, “Computer-Aided Design of Communication Networks”.
Research areas: mathematical modeling and multicriterion systems optimization, in particular systems of signal recognition for solving applied problems in the fields of radiolocation, radio communications and automated radio control.
He takes an active part in the organization of the scientific work and training of the teaching staff.
Public and international activities
For a long period of time (1984-1993) he was engaged in carrying out scientific and technical conferences in the field of signal processing and recognition. He is a member of a number of specialized academic councils for defending theses in the field of radio and telecommunications. He is often invited abroad to give lectures to students and researchers there.