Radioelectronic Systems and Complexes in Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation

Specialist’s program


Radioelectronic Data Transmission Systems specialization


Institute of Radio Engineering and Infocommunication Technologies, Department of Bioengineering Systems and Technologies


Oksana Tikhonenkova, Acting Head of the Department

+7 (812) 494-70-24,


Accreditation. State accreditation. Professional-public accreditation.

Awards and achievements. Every year future specialists participate in the Olympias and are frequent prize-winners in the individual and team events, take an active part in the department’s activities, publish their research findings, and speak at the science and technology conferences. This experience allows graduates to successfully pursue Master’s and PhD programs.

Teaching staff. The department employs highly qualified specialists, Doctors and Candidates of Sciences, research fellows at the research institutes and relevant organizations who have unique knowledge, skills and experience in the development of hardware, algorithms and software for radioelectronic systems, and in research.

Facilities and resources. To develop and consolidate practical skills in the development of hardware, algorithms and software for radioelectronic systems students use the technical resources of the department’s specialized laboratories fitted with a set of control and measuring equipment, special multichannel systems for signal recording, rapid prototyping benches, and special software.

Education. The department trains specialists such as developers of radioelectronic equipment, its blocks and nodes, and software; engineers for management and technical support of radioelectronic equipment; radioelectronic systems maintenance and repair specialists. These areas determine the philosophy and methodology of the programs.

Research. The department conducts research on the increase in the effectiveness of the next-generation cellular systems.

Competitive advantages. High demand for graduates in the job market. Competitive admission. Unique equipment. Highly qualified teachers. Efficiently developed practical training facilities. Close relationships with prospective employers.

Employers and employment. The rate of graduates employed according to their acquired competencies is 83%. Students undergo practical training at the medical engineering enterprises. This creates the opportunities for them to improve their professional competencies and gives them a competitive edge in finding a job in their degree field at firms such as Russian Institute for Power Radioengineering, All-Russian Research Institute of Radio Equipment, Avangard, Zaslon, Radiopribor, Inteltech, the Radar mms research and production enterprise, Granit Electron, Navigator, United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation, and others.

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