In November, the opening of the VII International Scientific and Practical Conference “Radioinfocom-2023” took place


On November 20, the VII International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Problems and Prospects for the Development of Radio Engineering and Infocommunication Systems” (“Radioinfocom-2023”) was opened.

The conference was held with the participation of long-term scientific and industrial partners of RTU MIREA, specifically: leading universities, institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, industry enterprises, the National Research Center of the Defense Industry and international companies in the radio-electronic sector on the basis of the Institute of Radio Electronics and Informatics.

The plenary session was opened by Andrey Georgievich Vasiliev, Director of the Institute of Radio Electronics and Informatics, and Mikhail Sergeevich Kostin, Chairman of the Program Committee of the Radioinfocom-2023 International Scientific and Practical Conference.

The following reports were presented at the plenary session:

K.V. Rumyantsev (RSh-Technologies Company) - “Radio measuring equipment in Russia. Current challenges and solutions”

M.N. Sofronov (Vidau Media Company) - “Specifics of selecting qualified personnel in the field of developing technical solutions for critical infrastructure”

K.A. Boykov (IRI RTU MIREA) - “Radiosensor technologies for diagnostics and authentication of electronic means”

CM. Pechenkin (IRI RTU MIREA) - “Cyberphysical prototyping of audiovisual television production systems and media communication modules”

O.A. Demin (IRI RTU MIREA) - “Digital phased antenna arrays on a UAV constellation with SDR architecture”

The participants of the plenary session noted the extreme significance of the scientific event, as today RTU MIREA is a recognized Russian center for training specialists and research personnel for the radio-electronic and telecommunications industry, ensuring the functioning of vital government infrastructures for civil and defense purposes.

The conference held the following sections from November 21 to 24:

  • Radio-electronic systems and complexes
  • Processing and transmission of information via radio communication channels
  • Radiophysics and electrodynamics
  • Radio engineering and radio electronics
  • Radio informatics, audiovisual systems and technologies
  • Design and technology of radio-electronic equipment
  • Engineering ecology
  • Professional training in an innovative university cluster
  • Geographic information systems and technologies
  • We wish all the conference participants successful and fruitful work, new discoveries, valuable experience and promising business partnerships!
  • See details on the University website.

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