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20–22 Nov 2019

15th International Conference on Electronic Devices and Control Systems

TUSUR University is pleased to invite you to join the work of the 15th International Conference on Electronic Devices and Control Systems. The Conference will be held on November 20–22, 2019, bringing together representatives of some of the best high-tech universities, institutions, and companies.

Organizers

  • Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
  • Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics
  • Administration of Tomsk region
  • Administration of Tomsk
  • Tomsk group and student branch of the IEEE
  • TUSUR Research Institute of Automatics and Electromechanics
  • Information Satellite Systems Reshetnev
  • Micran
  • Milandr
  • Keysight Technologies
  • National Instruments

Objectives

  1. To facilitate exchange of information about high-priority cutting-edge research and developments
  2. To discuss the contemporary issues of radioelectronics, and theory and practice of control systems
  3. To identify the up-and-coming research trends for specific industries
  4. To present new devices, engineering solutions, software and systems
  5. To bring together academic research and industry for development of high-tech products

Conference papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Conference Proceedings will be published  after the Conference and will be available in the Archive (in Russian). The publication is assigned an ISBN. Conference proceedings are included in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI).

The Program Committee will select the best papers to be published in the Proceedings of TUSUR University. The journal is listed among the leading Russian scientific journals and magazines recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission of Russia for publication of the key research findings of Candidate and Doctoral (PhD) theses in: electronics, measurement equipment, radio equipment and communications; control systems, computer engineering and computer science; electric engineering.

Undergraduate students, PhD students and young researchers up to 30 years old will have a chance to participate in the selection round of the FASIE UMNIK-19 program.

The event is held as part of the science festival NAUKA+.

Important dates

  • May 6 – July 1: application via conf.tusur.ru, including the final paper title for the Conference program
  • May 6 – September 20: paper submission with formatting in accordance with requirements specified on conf.tusur.ru
  • September 20 – October 10: paper review by section moderators
  • November 1 – 10: invitation of participants
  • November 20 – 22: conference sections

Contacts

With any organizational inquiries please contact Yelena Yurchenkova via es@main.tusur.ru or at +7 (3822) 701-524, or Yulia Bober at +7 (3822) 701-558. Mailing address: 634050, Tomsk, 40 Lenina prospekt, office 205, attn. Organizing Committee of Electronic Devices and Control Systems.

Organizing and Program Committee

Chairman
Shelupanov, A. A. – Rector of TUSUR University, Director of Institute of System Integration and Security, Chairman of Tomsk Professorate Assembly, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

Deputy Chairman
Rulevskiy, V. M. – Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation, Candidate of Engineering

Program Committee

  1. Andronov, E. V. – Head of Siberia Office, Agilent Technologies Ltd.
  2. Babak, L. I. – Professor, TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering
  3. Belyaev, B. A. – Head of Laboratory of Electrodynamics and Microwave Electronics, Institute of Physics Siberian Branch of the RAS (Krasnoyarsk), Honored Inventor of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  4. Borovskoy, I. G. – Head of TUSUR Department of Economic Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  5. Bukreyev, V. G. – Professor, Division for Power and Electrical Engineering, School of Energy & Power Engineering, Tomsk Polytechnic University, Doctor of Engineering
  6. Voloshilov, V. B. – Associate Professor, Department of Physics of Vibrations, Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics
  7. Goshin, G. G. – Professor of TUSUR Department of Microwave and Quantum Radio Engineering, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
  8. Gazizov, T. R. – Head of TUSUR Department of Television and Control, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  9. Dmitriev, V. M. – Professor of TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  10. Zadorin, A. S. – Professor of TUSUR Department of Radioelectronics and Data Protection, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
  11. Zarikovskaya, N. V. – Associate Professor of TUSUR Department of Economic Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor
  12. Kobzev, G. A. – Head of TUSUR Division of International Cooperation, Candidate of Engineering
  13. Korikov, A. M. – Head of TUSUR Department of Automated Control Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  14. Kulchin, Yu. N. – Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Corresponding Member of the RAS, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
  15. Loschilov, A. G. – Head of TUSUR Department of Design of Units and Components for Radioelectronic Systems, Head of Smena Design Bureau, Candidate of Engineering
  16. Malyutin, N. D. – Chief Research Officer of Research Institute of Electrical Communications, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  17. Mengardt, E. R. – Associate Professor of TUSUR Department of Foreign Languages
  18. Noskov, V. Ya. – Professor of Department of Radioelectronics and Telecommunications, Institute of Radioelectronics and Information Technology, Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg), Doctor of Engineering
  19. Oks, E. M. – Head of TUSUR Department of Physics, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  20. Pokrovskaya, E. M. – Head of TUSUR Department of Foreign Languages, Associate Professor, Candidate of Philosophy
  21. Rulevskiy, V. M. – TUSUR Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation, Candidate of Engineering
  22. Semenov, V. D. – Professor, Deputy Head for Research of TUSUR Department of Industrial Electronics, Candidate of Engineering
  23. Senchenko, P. V. – Dean of TUSUR Faculty of Control Systems, Associate Professor of Department of Data Processing Automation, Candidate of Engineering
  24. Sidorov, A. A. – Head of TUSUR Department of Data Processing Automation, Candidate of Economics
  25. Sokolov, I. A. – Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute of the RAS (Saint Petersburg), Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
  26. Sychev, A. N. – Professor, TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering
  27. Titov, V. S – Head of Department of Computer Engineering, South-Western State University, Doctor of Engineering, Professor, Honored Researcher of the Russian Federation, Academician of the International Academy of Sciences for Higher Education
  28. Tolstik, A. L. – Head of Department of Laser Physics and Spectroscopy, Belarus State University (Belarus), Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
  29. Troyan, P. E. – Director of Academic Directorate at TUSUR University, Head of TUSUR Department of Physical Electronics, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  30. Tuev, V. I. – Head of TUSUR Department of Radioelectronic Technologies and Environmental Monitoring, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  31. Cheremoshentsev, S. F. – Head of Department of Automated Design, Kazan National Research Technical University, Doctor of Engineering
  32. Shandarov, S. M. – Head of TUSUR Department of Electronic Devices, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
  33. Shepelevich, V. V. – Head of Department of Theoretical Physics, Mozyr State Pedagogical University (Belarus), Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
  34. Shurygin, Yu. A. – Director of Directorate for Administration and Strategic Development  at TUSUR University, Head of TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor
  35. Hsin-Chin Liu – PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of electrical Engineering. National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan)

Organizing Committee

  1. Rulevskiy, V. M. – TUSUR Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation, Candidate of Engineering
  2. Medovnik, A. V. – Head of TUSUR Research Administration, Candidate of Engineering
  3. Korotina, T. Yu. – Head of TUSUR Division of Postgraduate Studies, Candidate of Engineering
  4. Yurchenkova, E. A. – Leading Engineer at TUSUR Division of Postgraduate Professional Education, Candidate of Chemistry
  5. Bober, Yu. N. – Engineer at TUSUR Division of Postgraduate Professional Education
  6. Pokrovskaya, E. M. – Head of TUSUR Department of Foreign Languages, Associate Professor, Candidate of Philosophy
Conference Sections

No.

Section name

Chairman

1

Plenary speeches

Alexander Shelupanov, Rector of TUSUR University, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

2

Radio engineering and telecommunication systems

Vladimir Tislenko, Professor, TUSUR Department of Radio Engineering Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

3

Microwave nanoelectronics. Intelligent design systems, automation of design of electronic devices and systems

Leonid Babak, Professor, TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering
Mikhail Cherkashin, Associate Professor, TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Candidate of Engineering

4

Nanotechnology in electronics

Pavel Troyan, Director of Academic Directorate at TUSUR University, Head of TUSUR Department of Physical Electronics, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

5

Antennas and microwave devices

Gennady Goshin, Professor, TUSUR Department of Microwave and Quantum Radio Engineering, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
Alexander Sychev, Professor, TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering

6

Control devices and methods

Anton Loschilov, Head of TUSUR Department of Design of Units and Components for Radioelectronic Systems, Head of Smena Design Bureau, Candidate of Engineering
Alexander Filatov, Professor, TUSUR Department of Telecommunications and Basic Principles of Radio Engineering, Doctor of Engineering

7

Nonlinear optics

Stanislav Shandarov, Head of TUSUR Department of Electronic Devices, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor

8

Intelligent power electronics and converter equipment

Valery Semenov, Deputy Head for Research of TUSUR Department of Industrial Electronics, Candidate of Engineering

9

Plasma electronics

Efim Oks, Head of TUSUR Department of Physics, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

10

Optoelectronics and photonics

Anatoly Zadorin, A. S. – Head of TUSUR Department of Radioelectronics and Data Protection, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor

11

Organic and inorganic semiconductor lighting engineering

Vasily Tuev, Head of TUSUR Department of Radioelectronic Technologies and Environmental Monitoring, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

12

Electromagnetic compatibility

Talgat Gazizov, Head of TUSUR Department of Television and Control, Doctor of Engineering

13

Automation and optimization of control and information processing systems

Anatoly Korikov, Head of TUSUR Department of Automated Control Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

14

Information security

Alexander Shelupanov, Rector of TUSUR University, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

15

Information technologies in management and decision-making

Pavel Senchenko, Dean of TUSUR Faculty of Control Systems, Associate Professor of Department of Data Processing Automation, Candidate of Engineering

16

Information technologies in education

Vyacheslav Dmitriev, Head of TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

17

Video information technologies and digital television

Mikhail Kuryachiy, Associate Professor, TUSUR Department of Television and Control, Candidate of Engineering
Ekaterina Zaytseva, Associate Professor, TUSUR Department of Television and Control, Candidate of Engineering

18

Robotics and mechatronics

Yuri Shurygin, Director of Directorate for Administration and Strategic Development at TUSUR University, Head of TUSUR Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, Doctor of Engineering, Professor

19

Mathematical modeling in physical and engineering sciences

Natalya Zarikovskaya, Associate Professor of TUSUR Department of Economic Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor

20

Electronic government: entrepreneurship and administrative governance

Anatoly Sidorov, Head of TUSUR Department of Data Processing Automation, Candidate of Economics

21

Results of Postgraduate and Master Students’ Research in the Sphere of Electronics and Control Systems

Elena Pokrovskaya, Head of TUSUR Department of Foreign Languages, Associate Professor, Candidate of Philosophy
Elena Mengardt, Associate Professor, TUSUR Department of Foreign Languages, Director of TUSUR Foreign Languages Training and Resource Center
Elena Shpit, Senior Lecturer, TUSUR Department of Foreign Languages

Conference fee

The Conference fee is 1,000 rubles and covers the cost of participants' kits, including publication of Conference programs and other materials, mailing of Conference Proceeding to major libraries.

Once the participant's paper is accepted for publication, their payment status will be reflected in the user account.

Publication is free for faculty and students of foreign universities.

Paper formatting requirements

The Conference Proceedings accepts papers that have not been published in or submitted for consideration to other publications, that satisfy the requirements detailed below, that have been peer reviewed (provided by the Organizing Committee) and that have successfully passed a check for plagiarism (with at least 85% of original text).

The optimum size of a paper is 5 pages, including any figures and tables.

  1. Applications are to be submitted via conf.tusur.ru. The application must be accompanied by the paper attached as a .doc file and as a .pdf file with authors' signatures (including the research supervisor's signature if the paper is published by a student without co-authors).
  2. The paper must have (in the same order): UDC, name, patronymic, last name of authors, abstract (not summary), key words, the body of the paper, a list of References, information about the authors; then, in English: last name and first name of authors, title of the paper, abstract, key words. Information about the authors includes: last name, first name and patronymic, academic degree, academic title, position, place of employment, phone number, e-mail.
  3. Conference papers accepted for publication can have up to four authors. One author can be a co-author of up to three papers accepted for publication.
  4. The text must be arranged in two columns, without hard return, with a single line spacing in Times New Roman (font size 10 pt). The document must have 25 top and bottom margins, 23 mm inner and 20 mm outer margins. For convenience, authors may use the paper template with pre-defined formatting. The volume of a properly formatted paper must be no larger than four pages.
  5. The paper must be consistent in its use of symbols and characters throughout the text, formulas, tables and figures. Cyrillic and Greek characters must be in regular upright type, and Roman characters (except for those included in regular words and their abbreviations, names of functions, software, companies and chemical formulas) must be in italic type.
  6. Formulas should be typed in Equation or MathType editor (MS Word). Cyrillic text, Greek characters, mathematical symbols (+, -, *, =, brackets, …) and digits should always be typed in regular upright type, and Roman characters denoting variables should be in italic type, except for those included in regular words and their abbreviations, names of functions, software, companies and chemical formulas (const, input; sin  x(t1); Uin; Iвх;Тz; H2O, Adobe Acrobat, Сisco, etc.); vector values should be in bold upright type (not italic) – А1, М(f). Formula templates can be found in the paper template.
  7. All designations and abbreviations must be explained when first used in the text.
  8. The paper must use the International System of Units (SI) and use the standard Russian designations separated by a single space (х, ГГц; 20 ГГц; Т, град; 7 °С). In Russian-language papers, decimal numbers must be written with a comma (not a dot).
  9. All tables and figures must have appropriate headings (not full-text references copied from the body of the paper). (Fig. 1. Title; Table 1. Title). Large legends should be preferably included in the text. All headings and titles should be in Times New Roman (font size 9 pt), regular type, no italics, variables should be the same as in the text. All figures and tables should be referenced to in the text (… in Fig. 3, … in Table 2).
  10. All figures and photographs should be in grayscale, sharp, hard, clean, grouped. Lines in charts and graphs should not be bold, grid lines should be clear. In Russian-language papers, units of measurement should be in Russian. In Russian-language papers, decimals should use commas (not dots). Figures should be executed in CorelDraw, Illustrator, Word, Visio and be editable.
  11. Illustrations should have at least 600 dpi. Image scale should be 8 or 16.7 across the width (provided that it allows legibility of any text written in Times New Roman, 9 pt).
  12. All sources in the list of references should be referenced in the text (numbered in the textual order, e.g., [1, 2], [5–7]). All sources should be represented in accordance with GOST 7.1-2003 and GOST R 7.0.5-2008 and include all information necessary to identify the source: for non-periodical editions: last name and initials of the author, full title of the work, place of publication, name of publisher, year of publication, number of pages; for periodicals: last name and initials of the author, full title of the work, title of the journal, year of publication, volume, issue, page number (see examples of properly formatted references).
  13. The list of references is required. If the paper is recommended for publication in the Proceedings of TUSUR University, the list of references will need to be adapted in accordance with its requirements.
  14. Hard copy of the paper is not required. The paper must be accompanied by the Expert's Report with a clearance for open publication. The Expert's Report should be attached to the application or submitted separately to the Organizing Committee via e-mail.

Authors are solely responsible for the content of their papers and the consequences of their publication.

Paper formatting template

References standard

Information for nonresident participants

Nonresident participants of the Conference are responsible for their transportation to Tomsk.

Date and place of registration: November 20 from 9:00 to 10:00, 40 Lenina Prospekt, main building of TUSUR, room 322 (3rd floor).

Main building of TUSUR (40 Lenina Prospekt). Novosobornaya Ploschad public transportation stop,
serviced by:

  • Buses: # 2, 3, 4, 7, 12, 12а, 1, 19, 22, 23, 26, 30, 31, 32, 36
  • Trolleybuses: # 1, 3, 4, 8

FET and RK buildings are located at 74 Vershinina street and 47 Vershinina street. Grobolnitsa #3 public transportation stop,
serviced by:

  • Buses: # 4, 22, 23, 26, 28, 30, 32, 53, 60, 60р, 405

Druzhba Student Business Incubator. Ploschad Yuzhnaya public transportation stop,
serviced by:

  • Buses: # 2, 3, 4, 7, 17, 19, 22, 24, 27, 32, 60, 60р, 119, 401
  • Trolleybuses: # 3, 8

Academic and Laboratory Complex (146 Krasnoarmeiskaya street). Ploschad Yuzhnaya public transportation stop,
serviced by:

  • Buses: # 3, 4, 17, 19, 22, 24, 32
  • Trolleybuses: # 3, 8

Participants and their organizations are responsible for all matters of transportation, accommodation, and meals. Conference participants can request accommodation at dormitories of TUSUR Univeristy (18 Lytkina street, 56 Kirova Prospekt) - if necessary, please contact the Organizing Committee.

Recommended hotels nearby

Universitetskaya Hotel
Address: 37 Moskovsky Trakt (Buyanovsky Bus Stop)
Phone: (3822) 22-41-61
E-mail: universitetskaya@gmail.com
The room rate includes breakfast. Participants of TUSUR Conferences are offered a discount.

Hotel of Technical And Commercial Lyceum
#1 Address: 11 Alekseya Belentsa Street, bldg 1
Phone: (3822) 51-71-69, 51-71-75

First Apart Hotel
Address: Tomsk, 15 Yakovleva Street
Phone: (3822) 906-066
E-mail: info@1apart.ru

Sputnik Hotel
Address: 15 Belinskogo Street
Phone: (3822) 52-66-60, 52-62-04
E-mail: admin@tomskturist.ru

Sibir Hotel
Address: 91 Lenina Street
Phone: (3822) 52-72-25
E-mail: hotelsibir@tomica.ru

Lucomoria Hostel
Address: 75 Sovetskaya Street
Phone: (3822) 50-42-18, +7-913-820-42-18
E-mail: lucomoriahostel@gmail.com

Universitetskaya Hotel
Address: 30/2 Lenina Prospekt, 3rd entrance, phone: (3822) 500-850, e-mail: atlas.tomsk@mail.ru