National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

KOSTROMITSKY Sergey Mikhailovich

Sergey Mikhailovich Kostromitsky (b. 26.11.1954, Kharkiv, Ukraine) - a scientist in the field of radiophysics. Corresponding Member (2014), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1993), Professor (1994).

He developed the theory and principles of constructing multipath adaptive antenna arrays used in information transmission systems, radar systems and the concentration of microwave electromagnetic fields. He studied the physical properties of the known phenomenon of focusing microwave energy with re-radiation based on wavefront reversal, theoretically and experimentally evaluated the prospects and methods of its practical use in the tasks of directional transmission of microwave energy, radar and information transmission systems. Determined the quantitative characteristics of the efficiency of autocoherent spatial signal processing on large and extra large apertures.

Author of more than 500 scientific papers, including 3 monographs, 75 copyright certificates.

Awarded with the Order of Honor (2014).

Major papers:

  1. Радиационные эффекты в полупроводниковых приборах. Минск, 1978 (в соавт.).
  2. Проникающие излучения в технологии полупроводниковых приборов и интегральных микросхем // Вестн. АН СССР. 1982. № 11.
  3. Воздействие радиации на интегральные микросхемы. Минск, 1986 (в соавт.).