Position: Professor
Degree: Dr.Sc.(Eng.)
Academic rank: professor

Born in 1956. He graduated with honors in 1979 from the Kiev Polytechnic Institute and received a diploma of an engineer of electronic equipment in the field of industrial electronics. Worked at the department of industrial electronics of NTUU “KPI” in positions of engineer, junior researcher, assistant (since 1982), associate professor (since 1989), professor (since 1999).

In 1988 he defended his PhD thesis on the specialty 05.09.12 – semiconductor power converters on the topic “Network single-stage voltage transducers”, in 1998 – a doctoral dissertation on the same specialty on “Matrix-topological synthesis of structures of gate transformers”. In 2001 he received the academic title of Professor at the Department of Industrial Electronics.

From 2004 to 2012 he worked at the State University of Information and Communication Technologies at the positions of Dean of the Faculty of Telecommunications, Director of the Education and Research Institute of Telecommunications and Informatization, Head of the Department of Telecommunication Technologies. In 2012, he was elected to the position of Professor of the Department of Acoustics and Acoustoelectronics. In the same year, he upgraded his qualification through an internship at the Kiev State Scientific Research Institute of Hydraulic Devices on the theme “Study and Research of Ultrasonic Piezo Transformers”.

Main directions of scientific work:

  1. matrix topological analysis and synthesis of semiconductor power converters;
  2. application of matrix methods in the theory of electric and electronic circles;
  3. synthesis of the topology of distributed selective devices on the basis of planar structures in acoustic engineering, radio engineering and telecommunication systems;
  4. complex optimization of telecommunication management network.

Management of post-graduate students, scientific and methodical work

Under the guidance of professor Artemenko M.Yu. successfully defended Ph.D. thesis three postgraduate students. He is the author of more than 160 scientific and methodological works, among them two textbooks with a stamp of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, five monographs and more than 20 certificates of authorship and patents for inventions. In 2002 he received the second prize of NTUU “KPI” for the best monograph.

Scientific interests:
Matrix methods of modeling, analysis, synthesis and optimization of electronic, telecommunication and acoustic systems