FullName:

Volodymyr Kudriashov, Ph.D.

Nationality:
Ukrainian
Office Address:
Acad. G.Bonchev Str., bl.25 A, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
Phone:
(+359 2) 870 8494
Fax:
(+359 2) 870 72 73
E-mail:
kudriashovvladimir@gmail.com


EDUCATION

  • Oct.2009- Nov.2013
  • Degree - Ph.D

    Specialty - Radiophysics

    Thesis name - Formation of coherent radiometric images with bistatic radiometer based on antennas with beam synthesis.

    Name of Organization - Department for Nonlinear Dynamics of Electronic Systems, O. Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

  • June,2011
  • Activity Title - Experience exchange

    Research Field - Beamforming and Signal Processing in Passive Radar.

    Name of Organization - Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology

  • Sept.2004-June.2009
  • Degree - Master

    Specialty - Research Engineer in Electronics and Telecommunications

    Faculty - Radio Engineering University - Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics

    Adv.Training - Programming in MS Visual C++ 2008 course (4 Nov., 2011)



    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • August 2014 - up to present
  • Current Positon - Postdoctoral Fellow

    Research Field - Acoustic Imaging

    Name of Project - AcomIn: Advanced Computing for Innovation

    Name of Organization - Department of Mathematical Methods for Sensor Information Processing, Institute of Information and Communication Technologies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

  • June 2009 - July 2014
  • Latest Position - Reserach Fellow

    Research Field - Imaging and Signal Processing in both bistatic radiometer and noise waveform radar based on antennas with beam synthesizing.

    Name of Organization - Department for Nonlinear Dynamics of Electronic Systems, O. Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.


    PUBLICATIONS

    Tomographic imaging using noise radar and 2D aperture synthesis / K.A. Lukin, P.L. Vyplavin, V.V. Kudriashov, V.P. Palamarchuk, O.V. Zemlyaniy, S.K. Lukin, Jong-Min Lee, Jong-Soo Ha, Sun-Gu Sun, Youn-Sik Kang, Kyu-Gong Cho, Byung-Lae Cho // Applied Radio Electronics. – 2013. – Vol. 12, No. 1. – p. 152-156.

    Experimental evaluation of the accuracy of object shifts measurements using the method of synthetic aperture radar differential interferometry (translated from Russian) / K.A. Lukin, K. Kulpa, V.P. Palamarchuk, P.L. Vyplavin, V.V. Kudriashov, J. Kulpa, L.V. Yurchenko // Applied Radio Electronics. – 2012. – Vol. 11, No. 3. – p. 366-372.

    Range-azimuth coherent radiometric imaging based on Ka-band antenna with beam synthesis / Kudriashov V.V., Lukin K.A., Palamarchuk V.P., Vyplavin P.L. // Applied Radio Electronics. – 2012. – Vol. 11, No. 3. – p. 328-334.

    Coherent radiometric imaging with a Ka-band ground-based synthetic aperture noise radar / V.V. Kudryashov, K.A. Lukin, V.P. Palamarchuk, P.L. Vyplavin // Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vol. 72, No. 8, pp. 699-710. Originally published as Formation of coherent radiometric images in Ka-bang using ground-based noise radar with antenna pattern synthesizing (translated from Russian) / V.V. Kudriashov, K.A. Lukin, V.P. Palamarchuk, P.L. Vyplavin // Journal of O. Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine "Radiophysics and Electronics", 2012, Vol.3 (17), № 3, pp. 41-47.

    Experimental evaluation of hardware stability of ground-based noise waveform synthetic aperture radar equipment used for differential interferometric measurements (translated from Russian) / Vyplavin P., Kudriashov V., Palamarchuk V., Lukin K. // Applied Radio Electronics. – 2012. – Vol. 11, No. 1. – p. 48-53.

    Experimental investigation of factors affecting stability of interferometric measurements with ground based noise waveform SAR / K.A. Lukin, V.P. Palamarchuk, P.L. Vyplavin, V.V. Kudriashov // International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications. – 2011. – Vol. 5, No. 3. – P. 389–393.

    Awards :

  • Student paper award for The Best Oral Presentation (1st prize) at the Conference «Signal Processing Symposium, SPS-2013».
  • Diploma for second place at session «Radioengineering systems and radio communication facilities» at the Conference «Modern Problems of Radioengineering» within the framework of the 17th International Youth Forum "Radioelectronics and Youth in XXI century".
  • Next to the Best Presentation Award at session «Passive Radars» at the Conference 12th Kharkiv Young Scientists Conference on Radiophysics, Electronics, Photonics and Biophysics» (07, December 2012), Ukraine, Kharkiv.