Anatoly Ivanovich Belous (b. 01.01.1951, v. Drobushovo, Beshenkovichi district, Vitebsk region) - a scientist in the field of microelectronics. Corresponding Member (2014), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1999), Professor (2001). Honored Inventor of the Republic of Belarus (2001).
Works in the field of microelectronics, informatics and information and communication technologies, microwave radio electronics and wireless communications, cybersecurity. He developed and put into practice methods of designing complex-functional high-speed microcircuits with increased reliability and low power consumption, methods of designing specialized microcircuits for on-board electronic control systems for space satellites, ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, including methods of designing microcircuits resistant to radiation. Investigated the physical mechanisms of the effects of cosmic radiation and extreme temperatures on microcircuits and semiconductor devices designed to work in near and far space conditions. He developed a set of theoretical and practical methods for designing basic elements of telecommunications devices, the hallmark of which is ultra-high data processing speed, methods for designing systems for digital processing of radar signals based on microprocessor kits. Investigated the physical mechanisms and algorithms of work, software solutions, activation mechanisms, ways and means of introducing software and hardware Trojans - the technological basis of cyber-weapons into the systems of responsible and strategic purposes - into the microchips.
Author of more than 400 scientific papers, including 26 monographs, more than 30 teaching aids and brochures, more than 140 copyright certificates and patents.
State Prize of the Republic of Belarus (1998) for the series of works “Development of new design methods and development of the physical and technological foundations for the creation of high technologies for the production of competitive microelectronic products”. Award of the Ministry of Industry of the Republic of Belarus (2002) for research and development work on the creation and serial development of microelectronic products.
Awarded with the Medal "For Labor Valor" (1983).