Viatcheslav V. Barkaline

Positions:

Head of the System Dynamics & Materials' Mechanics Laboratory of Belarussian National Technical University (since 2013)

Associate professor of the Intelligent Systems department of Belarussian National Technical University (since 1998);

Associate professor of the Micro- and Nanotechnique department of Belarussian National Technical University (since 2010);

Leading scientist of the System Dynamics & Materials' Mechanics Laboratory of Belarussian National Technical University (since 2005)

Qualifications:

Readership on Electronics (2004, Highest Certification Committee of Belarus

Doctor on Physics and Mathematics (1992, Minsk, Institute of Electronics of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus), confirmed by Highest Certification Committee of the Council of Ministers of the USSR;

Scientific and Technical English Interpreter (1989, Minsk, Public Institution of Scientific and Technical Translation from Foreign Languages);

Engineer-physisist (1983, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, field of theoretical physics)

Title:

Corresponding member of the Belorussian Academy of Engineering & Technology, field of microelectronics

Memberships:

Nanodesign, Technology, Computer Simulation Society (since 2008)

Belorussian Academy of Engineering & Technology (since 1995);

Institute of Mathematics & Cybernetics (since 1997);

IEEE, member NO: 40291721 (since 1998);

SWIIS Technical Committee of IFAC (Supplementary ways to improving international stability) (since 1998)

Prizes:

Silver medal of the National Economic Achievement Exhibition of the USSR (Moscow, 1988)

Past positions:

Senior Scientist of the “Mikroelektronika” Scientific Center of Engineering & Technology (1995-1998)

Scientist of the “Mikroelektronika” Scientific Center of Engineering & Technology (1993-1995);

Scientist of the “Mikrodat” Scientific Engineering and Production Firm (1992-1993);

Minor Scientist of the “Mikroelektronika” Scientific Center of Engineering & Technology (1992);

Minor Scientist of the Institute of Physical and Chemical Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1989-1992);

Minor Scientist of the Institute of Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1986-1989);

Engineer  of  that Institute (1984-1986);

Research student of that Institute (1983-1984)

Education:

1977-1983 - Graduate cources at the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, department  of theoretical  and experimental physics (Moscow);

1987-1990 - Post-graduate courses at the Institute of Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (Minsk);

1988-1989 - Scientific and technical English course at the Public Institution of Scientific and Technical Translation from Foreign Languages (Minsk)

Research

Interests:

Physical basis of information transfer and knowledge, modelling of anticipative systems, intelligent systems modelling and design, solid state physics and functional electronics, micro- and nanoelectronics, sensorics, electromagnetics, acoustoelectronics, education.

Doctor’s Thesis:

Sensitivity Analysis of Microelectronic Multifunctional Surface Acoustic WaveBased Primary Transducers of Physical and Chemical Values //Minsk: Institute of  Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 1992, 285 pp.

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Nonformal Introduction to System Engineering and Human Brain Informatics- 72 hours.

Fundamental constants and standards of physics and chemistry- 51 hours.

General systems theory- 68 hours.

Stochastic radiophysics and communications- 144 hours.

Physics of communication channels and communication theory- 144 hours.

 Microelectronic Acoustic Transducers of Information- 90 or 144 hours.