School of Radiophysics, Biomedical Electronics and Computer Systems
The School of Radiophysics, Biomedical Electronics and Computer Systems has existed since 1952. Until 2014, the School was known as the School of Radiophysics. The Kharkiv School of Radiophysicists owes its creation to Professor D. A. Rozhanskyi, who taught at Kharkiv University in 1911–1921, and to his student A. A. Slutskin (inventor of magnetron and radar).
Today, the School of Radiophysics, Biomedical Electronics and Computer Systems offers Bachelor’s degree programs in the following majors: 105 Applied Physics and Nanomaterials (educational program "Radiophysics, Electronics and Biophysics") and 153 Micro- and Nanosystems Physics (educational program "Micro- and Nanosystems Engineering"), and Master’s programs in 105 Applied Physics and Nanomaterials (educational programs "Radiophysics and Electronics” and “Biophysics") and 153 Micro- and Nanosystems Physics (educational program "Physical and Biomedical Electronics"). Our graduates are specialists in the following fields: theoretical and computer radiophysics; quantum radiophysics; radiophysical measurements; physical and biomedical electronics and complex information technologies; ultrahigh frequency physics; space radiophysics; radio astronomy; antennas and radio wave propagation, and also in biological physics and medical biophysics. The duration of study is 4 years for a Bachelor’s degree, and 1.5 years for a Master’s degree.
Among the School’s graduates are 39 winners of the State Prize in Science and Technology, 7 academicians and 7 corresponding members of the NAS of Ukraine, more than 120 doctors of sciences and over 600 PhDs, directors and leading specialists of academic institutes, research centers, enterprises, and institutions of higher education, and also well-known businessmen.
There are about 400 undergraduate and 10 postgraduate students at the School. The educational and scientific process involves about 100 faculty members and researchers, 17 of whom are winners of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology. Among 40 full-time faculty members are 20 full professors, doctors of sciences, 20 associate professors, PhDs.
The School is deeply involved in research. Its scientific developments are related to the latest problems of studying the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter. The School works in the field of information technology, environment, health care, space exploration, and development of biophysical technologies. We have experience in international scientific cooperation with research and educational institutions of the USA, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, Turkey, China, and other countries.
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
Phone:+380 (57) 707-54-62
Address: room 3-4, 4 Svobody Sq, 61022, Kharkiv