Electronics and Nanoelectronics in Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation

Bachelor’s program, Master’s program


Data Collection, Processing and Display Systems major


Institute of Computing Systems and Programming, Department of Major Problem-oriented Computer Complexes


Georgii Korzhavin, Head of the Department
+7 (812) 494-70-41


Accreditation. State accreditation. Professional-public accreditation.

Awards and achievements. Among the students are laureates of the open contest “Instrument Engineering, Metrology, Information and Measuring Devices and Systems” for the best research paper of university students in 2020-21 as well as medalist of the European contest for the best student research papers held by the International Society of Automation ISA in 2020-21. Among the young teachers, graduates of the educational program, is the current President of the Student Chapter of SUAI ISA.

Teaching staff. 95% of the teaching staff hold academic degrees and (or) academic titles, 100% carry out research, teaching and guiding and practical activities relevant to the major being taught, 22% are heads or employees of organizations whose activity is related to
manufacturing electronic equipment for various purposes.

Facilities and resources. Two specialized research laboratories: the laboratory of electronics and the laboratory of automatic control systems named after V. Besekersky, computer classrooms.

Education. The department provides intensive training for specialists in the development of data collection and processing systems, systems-on-a-chip, digital control systems, digital signal processing, computer simulation.

Research. The promising research areas are wireless sensor networks, analytical measuring devices, tools and methods for developing systems-on-a-chip, biomedical signal processing, simulation modeling of processes and systems, object monitoring and control systems. Teachers and students participate in international science and technology conferences, research contests and grant programs.

Competitive advantages. Graduates are well trained in the development of hardware for electronic systems and signal processing and simulation modeling algorithms, which allows them to create high technology electronic products. Many graduates find jobs in the military industrial sector.

Employers and employment. Among the Russian and foreign companies employing the graduates are Concern Granit-Electron, Kotlin-Novator, All-Russian Research Institute of Radio Equipment, Research and Production Enterprise Radar MMS, Radioavionika, Kometa Corporation, KONTUR-NIIRS, Gamma Engineering, ELCUS Electronic Company, Girooptika, Concern Oceanpribor, Avtomatika-Servis, Radiopribor Plant.

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