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Denis Vedenkin

Assistant Professor, PhD

Digital signal processing: algorithms and applications,

Data processing methods in photonics 

  Profile

 Education

Ph.D. — Antennas, microwave devices and its technologies, KNRTU-KAI, Kazan (2012)

M.S. — Radio technique, KSTU-KAI, Kazan (2005)

B.S. — Radio technique; KSTU-KAI, Kazan (2003)

Experience

2013 – present

Associate Professor

Department of Radio-photonics and microwave technologies
Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev, Kazan, Russia

2012 - 2013

Senior Lecturer

Department of Radio electronic and telecommunication systems, Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev, Kazan, Russia

2008 – 2012

Assistant

Department of Radio electronic and telecommunication systems, Kazan State Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev, Kazan, Russia

 Honors

Finalist of the internal competition "The best young teacher of KNRTU-KAI" in the nomination "Technical disciplines” (2016)

Honor diploma in the contest "The Best Invention of the Year" (2013)

Courses Typically Taught

Formats of modulation in optical communications

The course is aimed for BSc students. The purpose of studying this discipline is the formation of students' professional competences in the field of signal conversion and modulation formats used in optical communication. The objectives of the discipline are connected with familiarizing students with the types of digital modulation, studying of the basic units of optical communication systems, increasing skills and abilities in participating and organizing maintenance and tuning devices and optical communication systems.

Theory of electromagnetic compatibility

The course is aimed for BSc students. The purpose of the discipline is to prepare the future bachelor to actively master the modern methods of ensuring the joint operation of radio electronic equipment for various purposes. The basis of this training is the emphasis on the fundamental understanding in the field of basic applications of modern theory and practice of electromagnetic compatibility.

Telecommunication technologies

The course is aimed for BSc students. The purpose of the discipline is to form students' professional competences in the field of telecommunication technologies, methods of building telecommunication systems, their modes of operation. The course includes lectures and labs.

Digital signal processing: algorithms and applications

The course is aimed for MSc students. The main purpose of studying the discipline is to form the future masters of the basic methods and techniques of digital filtering, processing and transformation of information data in modern information systems for registering, accumulating, processing and presenting data, studying implementation methods in information systems and on modern personal computers analysis of information data.

Data processing methods in photonics

The course is aimed for BSc students. The objectives of studying the discipline is to form students a systematic approach to the physical fundamentals of optoelectronic devices and the study of basic methods and techniques for filtering, processing and converting information data in modern optoelectronic systems for recording, accumulating, processing and presenting data.

Research and Publication

Giving lectures for bachelor and MSc students of KNRTU-KAI. Developing curricular for new academic courses. Participation in research projects. In charge of the laboratory of “Microwave technologies and measurements”. Main research direction is devoted to antennas and microwave devices, data processing, transmitting and storing.

Selected Publications

• D.A. Vedenkin, Y.E. Sedelnikov, A.R. Nasybullin Antenna arrays focused on broadband signals. Journal of telecommunications and in-formation technology, 2016. №2. P. 95-102

• O.G. Morozov, A.R. Nasybullin, D.A. Vedenkin, T.A. Agliullin Radio photonic systems for meas-urement of instantaneous modulation of optical career. Journal of telecommunications and in-formation technology, 2016. №2. P. 103-107

• D.A. Vedenkin. Y.E. Sedelnikov, N.A. Testoedov, I.Y. Danilov, A.G. Romanov and V.I. Kudymov Focused antennas for diagnostics of spacecraft antenna systems IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering

 Contact Details

German-Russian Institute Of Advanced Technologies

Chetaev Str. 18a, 420126

Faculty: Radioelecronics and Telecommunications

Department: Radio-Photonics and Microwave Technologies

Office: 23/5    Office hours: 9.00-17.00

Phone+7(903)3405329

Email: davedenkin@kai.ru

Evgenii Denisov

PhD (2011, university of Poitiers, France) PhD (2012, KNRTU-KAI)

9 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Nondestructive testing, Fuel Cell, Digital signal processing, FPGA-based systems, Sensors
Lectures taught

Measurement technique,

FPGA-based apparatus,

Methods and devices for nondestructive testing 

at GRIAT: FPGA for embedded system design.

Hardware description languages, Robot & motion control 

Contact Details ESDenisov@kai.ru
 

Raoul, Nigmatullin 

Full professor (1997) 

43 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Material science, Signal processing 
Lectures taught

Digital signal processing, Metrology

at GRIAT: Digital signal processing (Algorythms and applications)

Contact Details

rrnigmatullin@kai.ru

 

 

Alexander Kirsanov

Associated Prof. PhD

16 years of work experience

Field of Expertise Automated measurement systems, automated control / Automated digital control of fast unstable objects
Lectures taught

Instrumental programming environment LabVIEW

Metrology and measuring technique

Metrology, standardization and certification

Automated systems for measuring diagnostics and control 

at GRIAT: Measurement systems

Digital control systems

Contact Details AYuKirsanov@kai.ru