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Interview with the coordinator of the program CSP


This week we start with the interview with the coordinator of the program Communications & Signal Processing (partner - Technical University Ilmenau), head of the department of radio-electronic and telecommunication systems, doctor of science, professor Adel Nadeev.


- What are the main differences between the GRIAT program and other programs of your institute?

- Perhaps the first fundamental difference will be a specific field of study of the subject of communication technologies and systems. The GRIAT program deepens and expands knowledge of this discipline.

The second distinctive feature is a strong team of professors. The partners of the program are respected experts in the field of signal processing all over the world. I believe that the collaboration of the professors from Germany (the partner of the program is Professor Martin Haardt, the head of the Communications Research Laboratory in TU Ilmenau, one of the leading scientists in the field of communications in Germany), and Russia supports the development not only of our master program and GRIAT , but in general the whole educational system.

- What are the requirements for applicants for the program?

- There must be a motivation! And of course, basic knowledge in the field of infocommunication technologies and communication systems

- What are the prospects for employment for GRIAT graduates?

- The main type of interested enterprises is high-tech enterprises in the field of radio electronics and communications, which are seriously developing in the market. In this area the requirements include not only competences in engineering, but also knowledge of English. The latter requirement is already becoming standard for serious companies.

We ourselves are an employer for graduates of GRIAT (chair of the Institute of Radioelectronic Technologies (IRET) under KNRTU-KAI). We try to shape the future of our university, educate new colleagues. For example, 4 graduates are already employed in three chairs of the IRET.

- What advice do you have for future students of your program?

- Programs of double diplomas with our partner universities in Germany provide an opportunity to receive education on a new qualitative level. Our graduates have a much higher level of proficiency than their colleagues who have completed the standard master programs. My advice for everyone is to take the most of the opportunities that are now provided by GRIAT.