The Department of Electronics

The Department of Electronics

TWO WIDE SPECIALTIES:

Specialty: 171 “Electronics”

Specialty: 153 “Micro- and Nano- System Engineering”

Department of Electronics (Electronics Department)

Tel: (044)406-71-30, (044)406-73-70, (093)670-84-25
Website:  http://kafelec.nau.edu.ua/  ;   https://www.facebook.com/kafelec
E-mail: yanovsky@nau.edu.ua ;     kafre@ukr.net ;    BiMS_for_you@ukr.net

 

The head of the Department is Felix Yanovsky, D.Sc., PhD, Professor, Ukraine State Prize Winner, Fellow of the Electromagnetics Academy (Cambridge, MA, USA), IEEE Fellow.
The Electronics Department proposes modern Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD’s programs. Bachelors and Masters are prepared in two specialties and five specializations, namely:

Specialty: 171 “Electronics”

Specializations:

  • 171- Electronic Technologies of the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • 171- Electronic Systems

 

Specialty: 153 “Micro- and Nano- System Engineering”

Specializations:

  • 153- Robotics and Nanosystem Engineering
  • 153- Hardware-software of information security for unmanned aerospace complexes
  • 153- Micro- and Nano-electronics

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Electronics Department also offers the popular Master`s program in:

  • 153- Biomedical Electronics (Physical and Biomedical Electronics)

 

Teaching is provided in Ukrainian or in English according to students’ choice.

The educational process is supported by well-known world brands: Rhode & Schwarz, Silicon Labs, ARM (The Architecture for Digital World), Cypress, Intel FPGA, XILINX, GlobalLogics a number of others. The department uses remarkable measuring instruments from Rhode & Schwarz. A new IoT Lab with the support of GlobalLogics has been created. We again have the opportunity to thank Silicon Labs for the additional five sets, this time the EFM32 Wonder Gecko Starter on the ARM Cortex M4 core microcontrollers.

The Branch of the Electronics Department effectively works at “Teleoptica”, the leading enterprise of Ukraine (recognized in Europe and in the world) on medical electronics. “Teleoptica” provides the full cycle of development, manufacturing and maintenance of biomedical equipment.

Student design bureau “Sky”, which operates at the Department of Electronics is very popular among students, even among students of other departments. Another successful project is the new laboratory of digital and wireless systems “DewLab”. Our students are involved in a very close cooperation with the NAU HUB, which is a space of a non-formal education at NAU.

There are leading scholars, who are recognized in the world, among the teachers of the Electronics Department. In addition, known foreign experts are invited for short time and deliver their lectures in Kyiv. Several exchange programs (student mobility) are working. The international research projects are being carried out (currently with South Korea and Austria). The department of Electronics has its own educational and methodological support including the books issued not only in Ukraine, but also in the Netherlands, USA, and Poland. Leading professors of the Electronics Departments are regularly invited to other universities for delivering short lecture courses, in particular to Poland, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Kenya, India, Republic of Korea, China, Livia, and Jordan.

Electronics Department has extensive manufacturing and creative cooperation with enterprises and universities both in Ukraine and abroad: ANTONOV, Radar, UkrSpetsTechnika, Teleoptika, Buran, Artem, Melexis – Belgian company in Ukraine, TU-Delft, WUT, Suncheon National University, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, etc.

The graduates of the Electronics Department find employment not only in the field of developing, manufacturing and maintenance of modern electronic equipment (including automotive, aviation and banking electronics). They also successfully work in IT companies as well as in the institutions for computerized control systems, control and measurement equipment, communications systems, cryptography and data security, transmission network based on modern microprocessors, microcontrollers, and programmable integrated circuits.

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