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Conference program at a glance

09:30-10:00 Registration Recreation hall, 3rd floor
10:00 Welcome speech of the rector of KNRTU-KAI Gilmutdinov A. Kh. Gubanov hall
10:15 Introduction of GRIAT Week activities, GRIAT director Mokshin V.V. Gubanov hall
10:45 Introduction of Research conference activities, Head of the Office of International Affairs Gilmetdinova A.M. Gubanov hall
11:00-12:30 Research conference of GRIAT professors See below p. 4 “The sections of conference”
12:30 Coffee-break Recreation hall, 3rd floor
12:45-13:00 Concluding remarks of section moderators. Award ceremony for the best presentation and the best question from each section Gubanov hall
13:00-13:30 Tour of the GRIAT facilities Quantum center, Nanotechnology center, etc.

Conference venue

GRIAT, 18a, Chetayeva-str., Kazan, Russia

Conference language: English

Sections of conference

No. Names of the sections Room No.
1 Aircraft Еngines and Еnergy Installations, Aircraft Engineering Section leaders: Sultanova Alina Petrovna Pavlov Vitaly Vladimirovich Gubanov hall
2 Communications and Signal Processing Section leaders: Veselova Ekaterina Valer’evna Rakhimov Damir Raisovich 356
3 Communications and Signal Processing Section leaders: Dunaeva Oksana Georgievna Gaysin Artur Kamilevich 355
4 Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Chemical and Energy Engineering Section leaders: Bikmukhametov Airat Rashidovich Altunin Konstantin Vitalevich Simonov hall
5 Embedded Systems, Research in Computer Systems Section leaders: Gabitova Renata Takhirovna Kirsanov Alexander Yurevich 354
6 Micro- and Nanoelectronics Section leaders: Gilmetdinova Alsu Makhmutovna Kadushkin Vladislav Valerevich Silaev hall
Vision Сomputing Section leaders: Zhukova Ol’ga Gennad’evna Snegurenko Alexander Pavlovich
Research in Computer and Systems Engineering Section leaders: Yakhina Rouzilya Raifovna Valitova Natalya L’vovna





Section 1. “Aircraft Еngines and Еnergy Installations, Aircraft Engineering”

Section leaders: Sultanova Alina Petrovna

Pavlov Vitaly Vladimirovich

Gubanov hall

Vladislav Varsegov, PhD Associate professor Title: Theory of aircraft engines and energy Installations.
Abstract: Aircraft engines cover different types of engines: turbine, gas turbine, turbine jet engines, etc. The objective of our work is to optimize engine parameters using a comparative approach. The comparative approach implies analysis and description of mathematical models used when comparing different engine parameters. Engine parameters are optimized considering the purpose of an aircraft.
Farid Valiev, PhD Associate professor Title: Features of toxic substances in burning fuel spraying liquid.
Abstract: We study a process of formation and release of toxic substances in combustion chambers of gas turbine aircraft engines. Analysis of exhausted toxic substances is based on a simple model that provides simple analytical relations for the laws of combustion and release of hazardous substances but it reflects the main features of the combustion of liquid fuel spray.
Eduard Simkin, PhD Associate professor Title: Monitoring and control of carbon buildup on the flanks of the fuel nozzles of TV3-117 engine in operation.
Abstract: This research deals with the problem of identifying carbon buildup on the flanks of the fuel nozzles of TV3-117 engines in operation and the number of carbonized nozzles on the basis of the diagnostic indicators. The presentation suggests methods for determining the degree of overlap of the exit section of the fuel nozzles with the overlap of air distribution holes of the swirler without removing the engine from the aircraft, on the helicopter base. Also, the presentation provides a brief description of the reasons for carbon buildup and suggests the solutions to the problem of carbon buildup, one of which is a traditional and up to date issued of alternative fuels.
Vladimir Yavkin, PhD Associate professor Title: Numerical simulation of workflows of gas-turbine engines.
Abstract: One of the directions of numerical simulation aims to solve practical problems. Optimized exhaust gas turbine installations significantly reduce noise level and hydraulic losses which result in increasing efficiency. The outcomes of the calculations depend on a turbulence model notably; the model modification provides a more adequate behavior of the model, especially in the separation area. The simulation results compared to experimental data are in good agreement with the latter.
Ayzada Magsumova, PhD Associate professor Title: Improvement of composite parts manufacturing processes.
Abstract: This report focuses on improvement of composite parts manufacturing processes. The technological problems of composite manufacturing and the reasons of reducing mechanical properties are considered briefly. The ways for adjustment of interfacial interaction and technological processes are discussed in composite manufacturing. The chemical and physical modifications of epoxy compounds are demonstrated. The role of surface free energy in adjustment of wetting, spreading, impregnation and adhesion are shown.
Liia Makarova, PhD Associate professor Title: Aerodynamic configuration of transport and passenger category of aircrafts.
Abstract: The aim of the project is to develop a procedure for selecting design parameters of aircrafts on the basis of modern requirements for configurations of transport and passenger category of aircrafts. The task of the project includes creating testing mathematical models of selecting the design parameters of transport and passenger category aircraft.
Vitaly Pavlov, PhD Associate professor Title: Vertical take-off and landing vehicle.
Abstract: Airplane and helicopter exist separately, perform different tasks, and almost do not replace each other, although there is such a need when there are no exact runways, and goods cannot be shipped by air directly to their destination. Instead in large airports the goods are moved from airplanes to helicopters with small payload, range, and speed. On the basis of proposals of the author a new type of airplane is designed integrating capability of airplane and helicopter. This presentation discusses the research of the rotating disk wing proposed by the author. During take-off or landing blades are extended from wing, transforming it into rotor.


Section 2. “Communications and Signal Processing”

Section leaders: Veselova Ekaterina Valer’evna

Rakhimov Damir Raisovich


Pavel Denisenko, PhD Associate professor Title: Optoelectronic systems for polyharmonic probing and description of the brillouin gain contour in single-mode optical fiber.
Abstract: We address principles of construction and ways of analyzing electro-optical probing and characterizing the Brillouin gain contour, based on the methods of poly-harmonic probing radiation and evaluation of the parameters by estimating envelopes of its beat frequencies at stages of searching the center frequency, determining the maximum power and width of the contour as basic characteristics of measuring temperature variations and distortion of tension/compression in a single-mode optical fiber. The purpose is to improve metrological, technical and economic characteristics of electronic-optical systems of this type.
German Ilyin, PhD, DSc Professor Title: External amplitude-phase modulation of laser radiation.
Abstract: We present an overview of the basic structures, element base and directions of development of microwave photonics systems. The objective of our project is to define the parameters of external amplitude-phase modulation as the key process for radio frequency signal generation in the optical range and poly-harmonics laser radiation with components, lying within the radio frequency range.
Aleksey Ulanov, Research assistant Title: Application of statistical methods to improve the reliability of the detection of heart disease.
Abstract: The human organisms a complex system that consist of a large number of interrelated parts. To improve the accuracy of heart diseases detection we have to analyze a large number of medical parameters. The doctor cannot do it quickly, so there is a need for special algorithms to convert a large number of recorded parameters into small number which have the greatest amount of information. The report focuses on the issue of the possibility of applying multivariate statistical analysis to process diagnostic ECG parameters and certain heart diseases.
Stanislav Sedov, PhD Associate professor Title: Detection and analysis of low amplitude potentials appearing in electro cardiac signal.
Abstract: The focus of our research is electro cardiac signal (ECS) and low amplitude potentials (LAP) appearing in ECS. Detection of LAP is very important to estimate the human heart state. We have used the standard Simson’s method of high resolution electrocardiography in our work to allocate LAP from noises. We included an original statistical algorithm to the Simson’s method to define the temporal position of the QRS-complex more accurately. As a result the precision of the Simson’s method has been increased in detection of LAP.
Denis Vedenkin, PhD Associate professor Title: Antennas focused on the near radiated field zone.
Abstract: Antennas and antenna arrays take one of the most important places among different kinds of modern technical and technological equipment. Properties and characteristics of antenna systems define possibilities of microwave technological complexes. Focus on electromagnetic waves in the bounded area helps us improve qualities of modern microwave systems. Of course, optimal characteristics of these kinds of antenna systems can’t be solved without fundamental properties of focused antennas.
Damir Rakhimov, Lecturer, PhD student Title: Statistical signal processing in communication systems.
Abstract: Working conditions of communication systems are characterized by rapid and arbitrary changes of the medium of transmission and the presence of random noise in the channel. Therefore, studying the theory of random variables and functions is especially important in training students. This report discusses ways of representing random variables and methods of statistical modeling of communication systems. Furthermore, the methods of calculating the probability density function after nonlinear conversions of random variables are also covered.

Section 3. “Communications and Signal Processing”

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