Oleg Vityaz

Associate Professor

Born in 1951 in the city of Chernihiv. In
1976 he graduated with honors from the Faculty of Radio Electronics of
the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in the field of industrial electronics,
and in 1979, he graduated from the KPI. He defended his Ph.D. thesis in 1981, specializing in "Systems of automation of designing in electronics". Since
1979, he has been working at the KPI as a junior researcher, assistant,
senior lecturer, and since 1988 - as a senior lecturer in the
department of theoretical electronics, who later became the chair of
physical and biomedical electronics. He
teaches disciplines "The theory of electronic circles", "Dynamic
systems", carries out scientific management of undergraduates and
bachelors, is the author of more than 50 scientific and educational and
methodical publications.

Research interests

Computer simulation of multifisciplinary systems; theory of electric and electronic circles; methods and algorithms of computer analysis of electronic circles; automated design systems. Scientific
achievements in the field of the theory of electron and electric
circuits are a generalized matrix method for the transformation of
complete polygons in multi-beam stars, criteria for determining the
regularity of systems of different structures, the method of decomposing
systems with feedback to equivalent subsystems. In
the field of design automation, the method of adaptive analysis of
electronic circles in the time domain in the space of the state
variables was developed and implemented in the form of a system program;
the method of analyzing multifunctional systems in both real time and
model time was developed based on the decomposition of the system on
autonomous interactive subsystems.