Research and Development Unit

Anatoly N. Osipov

Vice-Rector for Research and Development
Anatoly N. Osipov
Ph.D., Associate Professor
tel.: +375 17 292 22 62
e-mail: osipov@bsuir.by
Reception office

tel.: +375 17 293 89 55
fax: +375 17 293 23 56
official place 239 (building 1)

Liudmila Stanovaya

Deputy Vice-Rector for R&D
Liudmila Stanovaya
PhD in chemistry, Associate Professor

Location: Brovki str. 6, office 320
Tel.: +375 17 293-84-45
E-mail:nichkanc@bsuir.by
Office
Tel.: +375 17 293-88-21
Fax: +375 17 292-96-28

Sergey I. Paskrobka

Deputy Vice-Rector for R&D
Sergey I. Paskrobka
PhD
Location: Brovki str. 6, office 320
Tel.: +375 17 293-23-60
E-mail:nichkanc@bsuir.by
Office
Tel.: +375 17 293-88-21
Fax: +375 17 292-96-28



Production and Economic Department

Chief
Nadzeya Fedarovich
E-mail: fedorovich@bsuir.by

Accounts Office of R&D Unit

Chief
Galina V. Gavrichenkova
E-mail: gavrichenkova@bsuir.by

Marketing Department

Chief
Luidmila Shichko
E-mail: shichko@bsuir.by

Editorial Office of the University scientific journal "DOKLADY BGUIR"

Executive Secretary
Olga Boiprav
E-mail: doklady@bsuir.by



R&D Unit comprises 10 R&D centers, 32 research laboratories and 6 teams, which are grouped under the following research areas (the first number in the name of the research division corresponds to the relative area number):
Area 1. Radio devices and systems
Area 2. Data transmission and processing systems
Area 3. Advanced information technologies and control systems
Area 4. Mcro- and nanoelectronics
Area 5. New promising materials, devices and technologies for information protection, energy and resource saving
Area 6. Certification, diagnostics and testing of components, devices and systems
Area 7. Simulation and optimization approaches for radio electronic systems and devices
Area 8. Social and economic, and environmental problems in the
society development
Area 9. Information and training technologies in education
Area 10. Beam technologies and equipment
Area 11. Technologies, systems and components of remote monitoring of man-made objects