National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

ROMANYUK Fedor Alekseevich

Fedor Alekseevich Romanyuk (b. 28.04.1952, v. Dolgoe, Pruzhany district, Brest region) - a scientist in the field of electric power. Corresponding Member (2014), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1999), Professor (2001). Excellence in Energetics of the Republic of Belarus (1995). Excellence in Education of the Republic of Belarus (2012). Honored Education Worker of the Republic of Belarus (2017).

Scientific works are devoted to the development of the fundamentals of building microprocessor protection systems and automation of electrical installations, as well as their mathematical modeling to study the behavior of the method of computational experiment. He created new highly efficient methods for determining information parameters of input signals in microprocessor protection and automation systems, developed such devices for practical implementation, which served as the basis for organizing their production in the republic.

Author of more than 210 scientific and methodological works, including 5 monographs, 5 textbooks, more than 25 author's certificates and patents.

Awarded with the Medal "For Labor Merit" (2011).

Major papers:

  1. Информационное обес печение вычислительного эксперимента в релейной защите и автоматике энергосистем. Минск, 1998 (в соавт.).
  2. Теория и практика инженерного эксперимента. Минск, 2007 (в соавт.).
  3. Математическое моделирование коммутационных режимов в электроустановках с трансформаторами. Минск, 2013 (в соавт.).