History of the Department
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In 1964, in the Kharkov Institute of Railway Transport Engineers, the Department "Calculation computers and devices" was created in the faculty of ATC (order on the institute from 19.12.1964). In 1967 the Department was renamed into "Electronics and Computer Engineering" and in 1975 - "Computer Engineering and Control Systems" (CE and CS).
Teachers of the Department ensured the conduct of classes with students of all faculties in the disciplines "Theoretical Foundations of Automation and Telemechanics", "Fundamentals of Industrial Electronics", "Impulse Technology", "Control Computers and Devices", "Calculation and Perforating Machines". At that time the department had at its disposal a large number of various electronic devices, including the Luch calculating machine, analog computers "IPT-5", "MN-10m", "MN-18m", as well as calculation and perforation cars. Many instruments and models for the educational process were produced by the staff of the Department, in particular, Ya. Kolodyazhnym and S. Markovs. The Department was located in the 1st building, in the auditoriums 1.213, 1.215, 1.217, 1.221.
The first dean of the faculty of automatic telephone exchange (1960-1973), the first Head of the Department "Calculation computers and devices" (1964-1970), was appointed candidate of technical sciences (1948), associate professor (1955), talented teacher K. Panfilov, who selected and the placement of personnel, took part in the development of new disciplines, the organization of research work of employees and students at the Department. Gradually, the composition of the teachers grew and strengthened, and P. Losev, V. Leshchinsky, V. Goncharov, V. Rykov, V. Nikitenko.
PhD, Associate Professor K. Panfilov
Konstantin Panfilov was born on November 30, 1914 in the city of Murom in the Gorky region and after the termination of the Murom railway school (1931) passed the labor path from the electrician of the trust "Ivsantekhstroy" (1931-1938) to the Dean of the Faculty.
In 1938 K. Panfilov graduated with honors from the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Signaling and Communications of the People's Commissariat of Ways of Communication and worked on posts first as an engineer, and then the Head of the Department of the ACI of the Tashkent railway (1938-1940). In 1940, he moved to work at the Tashkent Institute of Railway Transport Engineers, where he first worked as a senior laboratory assistant and then as an assistant.
Since 1943 his working life is entirely related to work at the Kharkov Institute of Railway Transport Engineers. He worked as an assistant, senior lecturer, assistant professor of the department "Stations, nodes, ACI and communications". From 1946 to 1949 he served as the head of the Department of ACI and communications KITE.
Since November 1, 1960 appointed Dean of the Faculty of Automation, Telemechanics and Communications (ATC) KITE, and since 1964 - Head of the Department of "Computing Machines and Devices." Heading the faculty and Department, he paid much attention to the organization of the educational process, the selection, upbringing and placement of personnel, the development of the material and technical base of training laboratories, and the educational work among students and faculty members. The fruitful work of K. Panfilov on the upbringing and training of railway transport specialists was repeatedly noted in the orders of the leadership of the KITE and the Southern Railway.
Research work of the Associate Professor, K. Panfilov was focused on improving control and regulation systems for automation and remote control devices at stations and hauls.
He was awarded the medal "For Valiant Labor in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", the sign "Honorable Railwayman" (1960).
From 1970 to 1974, the Head of the Department was Associate Professor N. Tsymbal, who continued work on further development of the Department.
PhD, Associate Professor M. Tsymbal
Mykola Tsymbal was born on November 30, 1919 in the village of Novo-Nikolaevka Lozovsky district of the Kharkov region in the family of a railwayman.
From 1935 to 1939 he studied at the Kharkov Technical School of Communications. From 1940 to 1945 he was in the ranks of the Workers and Peasants Red Army in Kamchatka and the Kuriles. After demobilization he moved to Kharkov, where he first worked in a Technical school, and then studied at the Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute (KPI). He finished his studies in 1953 with distinction and entered post-graduate studies. In 1959 he defended his thesis and received the degree of candidate of technical sciences. In KPI he worked in various positions: as an assistant, as a senior lecturer, as an acting teacher. assistant professor and dean of the Faculty Radio.
As a well-known expert in the field of radio signal transmission from 1963 to 1965, he was sent to the Mongolian People's Republic (MPR), where at the University of Ulan-Bator he trained teachers to give lectures on radio engineering subjects. For successful training in the MPR was awarded the Mongolian medal "Bid Yalav."
From 1965 to 1967 N. Tsymbal works as associate professor of the Department, and then from 1967 to 1970, the Head of the Department "Design of microminiature radio equipment" KPI.
Since 1970, after being elected to the post of head of the Department, and before retiring in 1980, he worked at the Kharkov Institute of Railway Transport Engineers (KITE) first at the Department of Electronics and Computing Engineering, and then as an assistant professor at the Department of Transport Communication "(1978-1980). During his work in KITE, he gave a lot of energy, knowledge and energy to the training of highly qualified specialists for the railways, took an active part in organizing the teaching and laboratory base of the department and improving the educational process.
Repeatedly encouraged by the leadership of KPI and KITE, and as a participant in the Great Patriotic War, he was awarded five medals, including the medal "For Courage".
The staff of the Department "Electronics and Computer Engineering" in 1971.
In the photo, from left to right stand: Assoc. Leschinsky V., Assoc. Khomenko V., Lab. Kharitonov O., Associate Prof. Panfilov K., Lab. Protsenko M., Head of the Lab. Uglova A.; sit: Lab. Markov S., Lab. Privolneva L., Head of Department, Assoc. Tsymbal N., Ass. Rykov V., Ass. Goncharov V.
Since 1974 the Department has been reorganized and territorially moved to the second building. The duties of the head of the Department from 1974 to 1975 were performed by Vasily Ivanovich Nikitenko.
Discrete computer «Nairi-3»
Laboratory of Analog
Since 1975, the head of the Department is Ph.D., Associate Professor I. Filippenko. The number of disciplines and staff of teachers of the Department is increasing, the research work of the Department is activated. The Department has its own scientific school. The faculty of the Department is replenished with new staff. This is Professor V. Kedrus, Assoc. V. Dobriansky, assistens A. Kalinovsky, V. Karasyuk, A. Kulik, V. Merkulov, M. Gvozdenko, as well as Senior researchers of E. Zagorulko and V. Shumeyev.
Members of the Department are members of the Methodological Council of the University of Automation and Informatization. The chairman of the methodological council is the pro-rector of the University of the OT professor I. Filippenko. In 1975 the Department received its modern name - "Computer Engineering and Control Systems".
The staff of the Department "Computer Engineering and Control Systems" in 1977.
In the photo, from left to right stand: Assoc. V. Nikitenko, Ass. Y. Kolodyazhny, Ass. V. Merkulov V., Senior researcher E. Zagorulko, Ing. A. Ivanova, Post-graduate st. V. Popravko, Ass. A. Kalinovsky, Ing. S. Gorodinskaya, Assoc. A. Karacharov, Head of Department, Assoc. I. Filippenko, Lab. I. Marakhovskaya, Lab. I. Dvornik, Ing. G. Krivulya, Ass. V. Karasyuk, Lab. L. Sedykh, Prof. V Kedrus, Assoc. V. Dobryansky, Junior researcher V. Samsonkin, Head of the Lab. S. Ponedilko; sit: Senior lect. V. Goncharov
Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Dr.Sci.Ttch., Professor I.Filippenko
Igor Filippenko was born on September 20, 1935 in the city of Krivoy Rog of the Dnepropetrovsk region. After graduating from the Kharkov Polytechnic Institute in 1958, PO Box No. 67 was working at the enterprise, then in the design bureau of electrical instrument making (modern "Hartron").
These years - from 1959 to 1970 - were the time of creative work to create a rocket shield of the country, the development of control systems for strategic rocket launchers.
In 1965 he defended his thesis without a break from production. Work in the design office of electrical instrumentation combines with teaching at the Kharkov Institute of Radio Electronics, working with a special group of students - future employees of the enterprise. Since 1969 he has been awarded the academic title of Associate Professor.
Teaching in higher education begins in 1970, an associate professor of the Kharkov Institute of Radio Electronics. In 1975 he was elected the Head of the Department "Computer Engineering and Control Systems" of the Kharkov Institute of Railway Transport Engineers. The Doctoral Thesis (1986) opened a new scientific direction, which has no domestic and foreign analogues in the field of building highly reliable, fault-tolerant and robust probabilistic deterministic neuron-like (neurocomputer) computing and control neural networks based on new principles. The scientific value of the study is confirmed by 9 author's certificates.
The author of more than 200 scientific publications, 3 manuals on programming languages and methods of computing on personal electronic digital computers. Has 12 copyright certificates. He takes part and makes scientific reports at many international conferences and symposiums including: at the 11th World Congress "Automatic Control in the Service of Mankind" (1990); at the symposium "The RNNS / IEEE Symposium on Neuroinformatics and Neurocomputers" (1992), at the third international meeting on artificial intelligence in real-time management, which was conducted under the auspices of the Lawrence National Laboratory of the USA (1991) "Construction of non-traditional probabilistic deterministic structures for management and recognition of images ", etc. Under his leadership, 12 candidate and doctoral dissertations were protected.
He was awarded with medals "For valorous Labor", "Veteran of Labor", a badge "For Excellent Success in Work", badge "Honored Railwayman".
Professor Igor Filippenko in 1994 for a significant personal contribution to the construction of national education, the development of scientific research, the introduction of modern forms of education and education of youth awarded the honorary title of "Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine" (1998). He was elected academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Informatics. Data about him entered the biographical dictionary "Outstanding teachers of the higher school of Kharkov". From 2008 to December 2013 he is the editor-in-chief of the Eastern European Journal of Advanced Technologies, and from January 2014 to the present day, the Scopus indexed by the NDB Honorary Editor of Scientific Journal "Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies".
The staff of the Department "Computer Engineering and Control Systems" in 2002.
In the photo, from left to right stand: Assoc. A. Karacharov, Assoc. V. Goncharov, lab. V. Kulagin, Assoc. A. Bolotov, Head of Lab. A. Soloninchenko, Ass. V. Shumeev, Ass. A. Kazanko, Senior lect. V. Merkulov, Assoc. N. Lysenko, Assoc. S. Bantyukov, Ass. O. Penkina; sit: Assoc. V. Pchelin, Senior lect. V. Konopatskaya, Ass. I. Bizyuk, Head of the Department, Prof. I. Filippenko, Lab. O. Bashtanyuk, Head. lab. L. Ermakova
In the period from 2005 to 2007, the duties of the Head of the Department were performed by Associate Professor Goncharov Victor Alekseevich, and since 2007 the Head of the Department is Associate professor S. Bantyukov.
PhD, Associate Professor S. Bantyukov
Sergii Bantyukov was born in 1969. In 1986 he graduated from secondary school with a gold medal and entered the Kharkov Institute of Railway Transport Engineers for the faculty of automatic telephone exchange. In 1988 - 1989 served in the armed forces.
He has higher education in two professional directions. In 1992 he graduated from KITE with a degree in Automation, Telemechanics and Communication in Railway Transport, specializing in Microprocessor Information Management Systems. In 2012 I received a diploma in the specialty "Enterprise Economics".
From 1992 to 1995 - Post-graduate student of the Department of Computer Engineering and Control Systems. In 1995 he defended his thesis, and in 1999 he was awarded the academic title of Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Engineering and Control Systems. Since 2007 he has been working as Head of the Department of Computer Engineering and Control Systems.
He is the author of more than 50 scientific and educational-methodical works, including 4 author's certificates, 2 declarative patents for invention, 3 patents for utility models. He is the author of the textbook and 2 manuals with the signature stamp MES.
Awarded with the sign "For promoting the development of the south-western railway" and the gratitude of the head of the Southern Railway.
Direction of scientific activity: development of systems and methods for ensuring traffic safety in railway transport. The head of the department makes a lot of efforts to form the teaching staff, increase his professional level, reorganize the educational process, research work, development of the laboratory base.
The staff of the Department "Computer Engineering and Control Systems" in 2016.
In the photo, from left to right stand: Ass. A. Kazanko, Assoc. A. Golovko, Head of Labry. K. Isaenko, Assoc. S. Bantyukova, Senior lect. O. Penkina, Assoc. V. Merkulov, Head of the Department, Assoc. S. Bantyukov, Assoc. V. Pchelin, Head of the Lab. L. Ermakova, Assoc. I. Piskacheva, Senior lect. I. Bizyuk, Senior lect. A. Chalenko
The staff of the department was always replenished by graduates of the university. Among them:
- Associate Professor, PhD A. Karacharov (Release 1965, faculty of АТС);
- Associate Professor V. Goncharov(Release 1967, faculty of АТС);
- Assistant N. Shestochenko(Release 1970, faculty of TE);
- Associate Professor, PhD S. Bantyukov (Release 1992, faculty of АТС);
- Associate Professor, PhD V. Butenko (Release 1994, faculty of АТС);
- Head of the laboratory, assistant K. Isayenko (Release 2005,of mechanical faculty);
- Assistant O. Bashtanyuk (Release 2006, faculty of АТС);
- Engineer O.Strelets (Release 2006, faculty of АТС);
- Laboratory assistant V.Тuz (Release 2010, faculty of АТС);
- Senior laboratory assistant Ya.Prazukina (Release 2013, faculty of АТС).