Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics
Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR)
6, P.Brovka St., Minsk, 220013, Belarus,220600
- B-086 - Analyzer of Liquid Crystal Characteristics
- B-095 - Digital Signal Processing
- B-1031 - Noninvasive Monitoring of Diabetes Mellitus
- B-1051 - Electrostimulation for Treating Motor Function Disturbances
- B-1326 - Solar Energy Systems in Fry Breeding
- B-1621 - Materials based on Anodic Alumina
- B-1708 - Nanocarbon in Electromagnetic Applications
- B-1719 - Correction of Human Physical Development
- B-1782 - Neural Supercomputer
- B-276.2 - Mesoscopic Optical Elements
- B-306 - Silicon Production from Recycled Materials
- B-371 - Patient Monitor
- B-729 - Processing and Recognition of the Earth Surface Snapshots
- Other / Manufacturing Technology
- Sensors and Signal Processing / Information and Communications
- Diagnostics & Devices / Medicine
- Software / Information and Communications
- Measuring Instruments / Instrumentation
- Other / Instrumentation
- Solar Energy / Non-Nuclear Energy
- Other / Agriculture
- Engineering Materials / Manufacturing Technology
- Composites / Materials
- High Performance Computing and Networking / Information and Communications
- Optics and Lasers / Physics
- Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Process Engineering / Chemistry
- Organic and Electronics Materials / Materials
- High-Definition Imaging and Displays / Information and Communications
- Other / Environment
The Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR) was founded in March 15, 1964. In the national system of education of Belarus BSUIR plays a leading role in preparation of the engineering and scientific staff in the field of computer science, radioelectronics and telecommunications.
About 45 000 engineers, 800 PhD's and 70 Doctors of Science, successfully working in the most science-intensive fields of national economy, graduated from the University. The University employs 4 academicians and a corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 55 professors, and 243 senior lecturers. Over 10 thousand students are mastering now 26 specialities, and about 200 out of them are foreign students.
BSUIR today is a large scientific and educational centre in Belarus. It has highly qualified staff, considerable scientific and methodological potential, advanced laboratory and informational infrastructure, all necessary conditions to organize teaching and educational process, scientific research, proper organization of labour, everyday life and leisure time of personnel and students.
The University incorporates 9 faculties; the Institute of Advanced and Conversion Training; Scientific and Research Centres; Master, and Doctorate Courses.
The University accommodates over 60 R&D laboratories, research teams and research groups, and a center of "Nanoelectronics and novel materials", that carry out research in the following fields:
- Radio engineering devices and systems;
- Data transmission and processing systems;
- Advanced information technologies and management systems;
- Micro- and nanoelectronics;
- Promising novel materials, energy- and resource-saving technologies;
- Certification, diagnostics and testing of elements, devices and systems;
- Modeling and optimization approaches to electronic systems and devices;
- Economic, social and ecology problems of society development;
- Information and training technologies in education;
- Beam technologies and engineering.
The University participates in various-level programs, including international and government R&D programs, government and inter-high-school programs of fundamental research. It is the head organization in the government science and technology program "Technical diagnostics", in state programs of fundamental research "Electronics", and "Materials", inter-higher-school programs "Nanoelectronics", "High-end technologies", and "Monitoring".
The International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) is an intergovernmental organization connecting scientists from Kazakhstan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Georgia with their peers and research organizations in the EU, Japan, Republic of Korea, Norway and the United States.
ISTC facilitates international science projects and assists the global scientific and business community to source and engage with CIS and Georgian institutes that develop or possess an excellence of scientific know-how.