Timoshenko Alexander Gennadievich Candidate of Science Engineering, Associate Professor

Brief biography


2003 – Graduated from MIET with bachelor’s degree on 210100.62 “Electronics and Microelectronics”.

2005 – Graduated from MIET with master’s degree on “Electronics and Microelectronics”.

2009 – Defended candidate’s thesis at MIET on “Structural-logical and circuitry methods for increasing the energy efficiency of VLSI for wearable transceivers with code division of channels”, major 05.27.01 “Solid-state electronics, radio-electronic components, micro- and nano-electronics, devices with quantum effects”.

Scientific and teaching activities:

Since 2003 – took part in the research activities of the department

He participated in the development of integrated circuits (sigma-delta converters, matched filters, integrated antennas, physical quantity converters, power amplifiers, phase shifters, low-power amplifier, switches, phase memory processing circuits), communication systems (wearable, mobile and stationary, including communication systems 5G)

Since 2004 – Assistant.

Since 2010 – Associate professor at the Chair of TCS.


Winner of the Presidential Award for Young Scientists in 2014

Member of IEEE


  • Telecommunication System Synchronization

  • Theory of Info Communication Networks and System Architecture

  • Digital VLSI

  • Transceivers

  • Short Wave Technology Introduction

  • Power Electronics

  • 5G Communication Technology

Scientific activity

Research interests:

  • Radio frequency and mixed signal IC design for telecommunications and sensors

  • Circuitry of analog and RF devices

  • Complex functional blocks and models of telecommunication elements and devices

  • Functional electronics and new materials in microelectronics

Web of Science ResearcherID – A-7266-2014