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
Short Wave Technology Introduction
5G Communication Technology
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