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Alexey Korobkov

Associate Professor, PhD (2002)

15 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Signal Processing, Statistics Methods of Signal Processing
Lectures taught

Digital signal processing (for bachelors and 5,5 years students)

Digital signal processors in communication systems (for master students)

Digital transfer systems (for master students)

Advanced digital signal processing 

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German Ilin 

Professor / DSc, PhD, Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev 

52 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Optical Communication Systems; Signal Processing
Lectures taught

Optical Communication Systems 

at GRIAT: Theory of narrowband noise in optical communications systems 

Contact Details

GIIlin@kai.ru

 

Oleg Morozov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, 2004, Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev; Professor on Department of Radiolectronic and Quantum Devices, 2006, Kazan 

37 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Signal Processing in Optoelectronics; Signal Processing in Microwave Photonics 
Lectures taught

Microwave photonics Radiophotonics Fiber Optics Two-frequency methods and means for nature and technical objects monitoring History of radio techniques Applied television systems 

at GRIAT: Multimedia Standards; Radiophotonics; Radiophotonics (Advanced course)

Contact Details OGMorozov@kai.ru

 

 

Viktor Voronov 

Professor - 2000; Doctor of Technical Sciences - 1998, PhD – 1974,

Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev;

50 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Intricate laser systems, measuring devices with lasers, Free Space Optics, Computer simulation of optical and electronic devices and systems, MATLAB & Simulink, LabView, Altium Designer. 
Lectures taught

Optical devices in radio engineering; Metrology in optical telecommunications systems; CAD / CAM design of electronic devices; Computer models of technology electronic devices systems and processes; Computer science 

at GRIAT: Optical Communication Systems

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VIVoronov@kai.ru

 

Artur Gaysin 

Master of Engineering, 2007, Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev

6 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Coverage analysis, Optimization and QoS measurement in Mobile Networks; Selforganization of mobile communication systems 
Lectures taught

Switching and routing info-communication systems; Networks and data transmission system; Integrated communication system; Network technology high speed data transmission; Mobile data transmission system 

at GRIAT: Mobile Communications (Communication and Signal processing); Mobile Communications (Embedded System)

Contact Details AKGaysin@kai.ru

 

Olga Vladimirovna

Associated Professor / PhD

15 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Antennas, EMC in radio-electronics, focused antenna in radio physics and related fields, flying vehicle antennas and EMS
Lectures taught

Guiding systems in telecommunications; Electromagnetic compatibility

at GRIAT: Theory of electromagnetic compatibility of radio electronic equipment and systems

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Stanislav Sedov

Associate professor, 2004, Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev;Ph D, 1998, Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev

25 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Methods and algorithms of electro cardio signal processing (ECG) for detection and the analysis the low amplitude potentials of ECG to get the estimation of a human heart state 
Lectures taught

General Theory of Communication; Theory of Electric Communication

at GRIAT: Theory of the construction of information and communication networks and systems

Contact Details SSSedov@kai.ru

Petr Kokunin 

Associate professor, PhD, 2015, Kazan

10 Years of experience

Field of Expertise telecommunication systems, statistical radio engineering, automatic control systems, developing of ISO-OSI protocols, digital signal processing, antennas and antenna-feeder systems
Subjects taught within GRIAT

Antenna engineering 

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Rumyantseva Marina

PhD in Philosophy 1987, Moscow Ass. Prof. in Philosophy 1999, Moscow

38 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Philosophy; Methodology of Science and Technology 
Lectures taught

Philosophy; Philosophy of Engineering Science; Methodological Problems of Contemporary Science; Philosophical Problems of Science and Technology; History and Methodology of Science in the field of Cybernetics 

at GRIAT: Philosophical Problems of Science and Technology; Philosophy of Engineering Science; Philosophical Problems of Science and Technology; Methodology of Science and Technology; History and Methodology of Science in the field of Cybernetics; Philosophy

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MGRumyantseva@kai.ru

 

Adel Nadeev 

Member of the Academy of Sciences Tatarstan – 2012;

Full Professor –2003, Doctor - 2001, PhD – 1991,

Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev

25 years of work experience

Field of Expertise

Optimal signal processing in nonGaussian channels;

Communication networks; Methods of Modeling and Optimization 

Lectures taught

Mobile Communication systems and networks;

Integrated communication system;

at GRIAT: Theory of optimal signal processing in information

and communication systems (practice)

Contact Details

AFNadeev@kai.ru
 

Shamil Chabdarov

Academician of the Academy of Sciences Tatarstan - 1992 Full Professor - 2003 / Doctor - 1981, PhD – 1962, Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev

54 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Statistical theory of radiosystems with uniformlygeneric methods of synthesis and analysis of optimal radiochannels at random compositions of superpositions physically realizable signals and interferences with any kind of fluctuations; Analytical design of the diversity of non-harmonic carrier waves and development of the theory of potential noise immunity and efficiency of transmission and reception under the circumstances.
Lectures taught

Statistical Radio Engineering; Statistical methods of signal processing 

at GRIAT: Theory of optimal signal processing in information and communication systems

Contact Details

ShMChabdarov@kai.ru

 

Sergey Kozlov 

Associate professor PhD in Russian 04.2004

Kazan state technical university named after A.N. Tupolev;

Doctor of Science in Russian 10.2015 Ufa state aviation technical university

25 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Communication systems; Signal processing; Wideband Signal Processing; Radio Network planning. Methods of Modeling and Optimization. Theory of optimal reception, complex signals processing, programming in Lazarus environment. 
Lectures taught

Methods modelling and optimization; Modems and codecs;

Technology microprocessor systems 

at GRIAT: Methods modeling and optimization 

Contact Details SVKozlov@kai.ru
 

Martin Haardt

Martin Haardt has been a Full Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and Head of the Communications Research Laboratory at Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany, since 2001. He has also served as an Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of Electronics at the University of York, United Kingdom, since 2012.

After studying electrical engineering at the Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, and at Purdue University, USA, he received his Diplom-Ingenieur (M.S.) degree from the Ruhr-University Bochum  in 1991 and his Doktor-Ingenieur (Ph.D.) degree;from Munich University of Technology  in 1996.

Field of Expertise His research interests include wireless communications, array signal processing, high-resolution parameter estimation, as well as numerical linear and multi-linear algebra.
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From 1989 to 1990 he was a visiting scholar at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA, sponsored by a fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). From 1991 to 1993 he worked for Siemens, Corporate Research and Development, in Munich, Germany, conducting research in the areas of image processing and biomedical signal processing. From 1993 to 1996 he was a research associate with the Institute of Siganl Processing at Munich University of Technology, Germany, where his research was focused on smart antennas.

In 1997 he joint Siemens Mobile Networks in Munich, Germany, where he was responsible for strategic research for third generation mobile radio systems. From 1998 to 2001 he was the Director for International Projects and University Cooperations in the mobile infrastructure business of Siemens in Munich, Germany, where his work focused on mobile communications beyond the third generation. He was appointed to a think tank of experts within the IST project WSI (Wireless Strategic Initiative).

Martin Haardt has received the 2009 Best Paper Award from the IEEE Signal Processing Society , the Vodafone (formerly Mannesmann Mobilfunk) Innovations-Award  for outstanding research in mobile communications, the ITG best paper award from the Association of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Information Technology, and the Rohde & Schwarz Outstanding Dissertation Award. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE. He has participated in the European research projects FRAMES, WSI, WINNER, and SAPHYRE as well as in the European Network of Excellence NEWCOM. In the fall of 2006 and the fall of 2007 he was a visiting professor at the University of Nice in Sophia-Antipolis, France, and at the University of York, United Kingdom, respectively.