Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics

  • About the Department
  • Employees
  • Courses
  • Lecturers' schedule
  • Teaching materials
  • Research
  • Our goals
  • History of Department
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The Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics was established on February 11, 2003 by the order of the Rector of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv by dividing the Department of General Physics of the Faculty of Physics into two departments. The newly created Department included professors of the Department of General Physics, who along with teaching the course of general physics, were engaged in the scientific research in the field of physical electronics and physics of medico-biological systems and trained specialists in “Radiophysics and electronics” (specialization “Physical and biomedical electronics”). Since March 2003, the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics has become a part of the Faculty of Electronics. The Department has training laboratories of physical electronics, technological basics of electronics, physics of the adsorption phenomenon, physics of the surface phenomenon, thin films technology, vacuum and plasma electronics, physics of photobiological processes, biomedical electronics, electron microscopy and electronography, mechanics, molecular physics and a demonstration room at the main lecture hall of the faculty. The main directions of scientific researches of the Department’s employees include:

 

The research of the physics behind the surface phenomenon of solid bodies in order to create  surfaces with specified properties;

The study of charge-transfer complex in nanometer-thick samples;

The research of electronic excitations and personal luminescence centers in oxygen-containing scintillation compounds;

The study of optical properties of biological objects for medical devices creation.

Employees

ChairpersonOleh BordunChairperson
Professor (by-worker)Taras DemkivProfessor (by-worker)
Associate ProfessorRoman BihunAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorМ. BuchkovskaAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorIhor KukharskyyAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorIvanna MedvidAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorBohdan PenyukhAssociate Professor
Associate Professor (by-worker)Vadym PtashnykAssociate Professor (by-worker)
Associate Professor (by-worker)Myroslav VoronyakAssociate Professor (by-worker)
Lecturer (by-worker)Ivan KhomyshynLecturer (by-worker)
LecturerIryna KofliukLecturer
1st Category Engineer, Lecturer (by-worker)Olha Koplak1st Category Engineer, Lecturer (by-worker)

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Teaching materials

Methodical materials (list of methodical materials of each department with reference to them) / Methodical materials

  1. Bordun O.M., Voroniak M.I., Kukharskyi I.I., Medvid I.I., Ptashnyk V.V. Metody ta prylady medychnoi diahnostyky. Laboratornyi praktykum – Lviv: LNU imeni Ivana Franka, 2021. – 104 s./ Bordun O.M., Voroniak M.I., Kukharskyi I.I., Medvid I.I., Ptashnyk V.V. Methods and devices of medical diagnostics. Laboratory workshop – Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2021. – 104 p.
  2. Z.V. Stasiuk, R.I. Bihun, M.M. Kozak., Ya.A. Pastyrskyi., B.R. Peniukh. Vakuumna ta plazmova elektronika. Laboratornyi praktykum. Navchalnyi posibnyk. Vydannia druhe, pereroblene. Za zah. red. Prof. Z.V. Stasiuka. – Lviv: LNU imeni Ivana Franka. 2020. 480 s./ Z.V. Stasiuk, R.I. Bihun, M.M. Kozak., Ya.A. Pastyrskyi., B.R. Peniukh. Vacuum and plasma electronics. Laboratory workshop. Textbook. Second edition, revised. Edited by Prof. Z.V. Stasiuk. – Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2020. 480 p
  3. Koman B.P. Funktsionalni elementy informatsiinykh system na bazi napivprovidnykovoi elektroniky. Navchalnyi posibnyk / B. P. Koman – Lviv: LNU imeni Ivana Franka, 2018. – 798 s. ISBN 978-966-613-901-9./ Koman B.P. Functional elements of information systems based on semiconductor electronics. Textbook / B.P. Koman – Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2018. – 798 p. ISBN 978-966-613-901-9.
  4. Stasiuk Z.V., Kravchenko O.Ie. Osnovy molekuliarnoi fizyky i termodynamiky. Posibnyk dlia samostiinoi roboty studentiv. – Lviv: LNU imeni Ivana Franka, 2016. – 87 s./ Stasiuk Z.V., Kravchenko O.Ie. Fundamentals of molecular physics and thermodynamics. Handbook for independent work of students. – Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2016. – 87 p.
  5. VAKUUMNA TA PLAZMOVA ELEKTRONIKA. Laboratornyi praktykum.:navchalnyi posibnyk / [Stasiuk Z.V.,Bihun R.I.,Kozak M.M.,Pastyrskyi Ya.A.,Peniukh B.R.]; za zah.red.prof.Z.V.Stasiuka – Lviv: LNU imeni Ivana Franka, 2014. – 424 s. / VACUUM AND PLASMA ELECTRONICS. Laboratory workshop : textbook / [Stasiuk Z.V.,Bihun R.I.,Kozak M.M.,Pastyrskyi Ya.A.,Peniukh B.R.];  Edited by Prof. Z.V. Stasiuk – Lviv: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2014. – 424 p.

Research

The main directions of scientific research of the staff of the department:

  • Investigation of physical phenomena on the surface of solids in order to create surfaces with given properties.
  • Study of the phenomena of electric charge transfer in samples of nanometer thickness.
  • Investigation of electronic excitations and intrinsic luminescence centers in oxygen-containing scintillation compounds.
  • Study of optical properties of biological objects in order to create devices for medicine.

CFBME cooperates with the Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine: Department of Physical Electronics – Academician of NASU Naumovets AG, Department of Adsorption Phenomena – Corresponding Member. NASU Ptushinsky Yu.G., Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Department microelectronics and cryosystems, acad. Nakhodkin MG, with the diagnostic laboratory of the Regional Children’s Specialized Clinical Hospital, head. lab., Ph.D. honey. nauk., Petrukh AV

Our goals

The Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics was established on February 11, 2003 by the order of the Rector of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv by dividing the Department of General Physics of the Faculty of Physics into two departments. The newly created department included teachers of the Department of General Physics, who, along with teaching general physics, were engaged in research in the field of physical electronics and physics of medical and biological systems and trained specialists in “Radiophysics and Electronics” (specialization in Physical and Biomedical Electronics). In March 2003, the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics became part of the Faculty of Electronics.

Research in the field of physical electronics was started at the Faculty of Physics of the University in the first half of the fifties of the twentieth century by associate professors Palyukh BM and Kushnir RM Since 1958, specialists in the field of electrophysics have been trained, and since 1964 – physical electronics. Since 1962, all research and training in this field have been focused on the Department of General Physics. Along with the training of specialists, fundamental and applied research in the physics of atomic-ion collisions, emission electronics, physics of thin films, and physics of surface phenomena was carried out. Employees of the department defended 3 doctoral and about 40 candidate dissertations in various fields of physical electronics, created modern special training laboratories for training.

In 1975, for a set of research work on surface physics (search for materials with low output for work in spacecraft engines and coatings, which provided transparency of aircraft windows during their long-term operation in the mode of irradiation with cosmic rays, supervisor Associate Professor Palyukh B M. was awarded a commemorative medal and a diploma of the Flight Control Center of the joint Soviet-American spacecraft Soyuz-Apollo as a participant in the training and management of the flight.

In the same 70’s at the Department of General Physics created a laboratory of surface physics and adsorption phenomena. The laboratory was headed by TP Smerek, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. The subject of the laboratory is fundamental research in the field of surface physics of metals and metal film adsorption systems. Laboratory staff (M. Gupalo, F. Honchar, J. Lozovy) successfully implement new methods for studying surface properties, in particular the method of diffraction of slow electrons. At this time, the main attention is paid to the study of the nature of the interaction of alkaline and alkaline earth elements adsorbed on the main faces of crystals of tungsten, molybdenum and rhenium.

Significant scientific achievements of the staff of the department contributed to a significant increase in the state budget and economic contract issues, expansion of scientific ties with enterprises and research institutions of Ukraine and foreign countries (Institute of Physics of NAS of Ukraine, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Institute of Physics). NAS of Ukraine, Joffe Institute of Physics and Technology, St. Petersburg, Russia). During this period, the volume of research work on economic contract issues also increases significantly. The widest in terms of topics and scope of work was the cooperation with the SKB of the Lviv CRT Plant. In particular, the department has performed a significant number of research works of the applied plan and works devoted to the development of methods for using experimental methods of physical electronics in other fields of science. Among them – the development of a unique method of mass spectrometric studies of the composition of liquid and gas inclusions in quartz from pegmatites (Stasiuk ZV, Panchyshyn RS); measuring mass spectrometric system based on the omegatron sensor RMO-4C, which allows quantitative analysis of the gas composition in vacuum devices with a working range of analytical mass numbers 2-84 (Kushnir RM, Stasiuk ZV, Orishchin Yu.M. ); the first mass spectrometric studies of temperature and radiation destruction of materials, in particular alkali-halide crystals during their radiolysis. (Stasiuk ZV, Caravan YV, Tsal MO, Didyk RI); a set of mass spectrometric studies of the gaseous medium in the finished EPP (Stasiuk ZV, Panchyshyn RS, Solyanyk ZV and Pentsak OM) and others. The results of mass spectrometric studies of gas evolution and thermal decomposition of polydiphenylsilaxanes conducted by Stasiuk ZV and Caravan Yu.V. were later used in the Kiev Research Institute of Electromechanical Devices to create the first in the USSR cathode ray tube with thermoplastic information recording

The development of new promising areas of research, significant strengthening of the material base of the department, as well as educational and methodological support of the educational process in the 70’s – 80’s are closely related to the purposeful activities of Professor Lyskovych OB, who headed the department from 1974 to 1996. Under the leadership of prof. Liskovich OB in the luminescence laboratory the absorption spectra, luminescence excitation spectra, the influence of structural defects and activating impurities on the spectral

the luminescence composition of pure crystals CdCI2, CdBr2, CdI2. In 1993, the Department of General Physics began to study the spectral-optical and electrophysical properties of medical and biological systems (under the direction of Bordun OM).

The creation of the laboratory of “Optoelectronic Devices” NDL-04 was facilitated by the development of a portable device for the determination of carboxyhemoglobin in the blood (theme “Roquefort”), which since 1980 was performed at the Department of Physical Chemistry of the Faculty of Chemistry. M. In 1985, this laboratory became part of the newly created SKTB “Magnon”, and later the Institute of Applied Physics. Since 1993, under the direction of the head of the laboratory White OI work was carried out to assess the impact of the environment on the oxygen transport properties of human blood and the development of an automated control system for liquid media in the manufacture of electronic devices. Since 2003, after the disbandment of the Institute of Applied Physics, by order of the Rector, the laboratory NDL-04 was renamed NDL-19 and attached to the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics.

Since the early 90’s of the twentieth century at the Department of General Physics began research and training in the field of studying physical phenomena in medical and biological systems. Since 2000, both specializations of training have been combined into one specialization “Physical and Biomedical Electronics”. Currently, the training of specialists at the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics is conducted in the specialty “Physical and Biomedical Electronics”, specialization “Biomedical Electronics”. Employees of the department defended 3 doctoral and about 40 candidate dissertations in various fields of physical electronics, created modern special training laboratories for training.

From 2003 to 2017, the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics was headed by Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Stasyuk ZV, and from 2017 by Professor Bordun OM

History of Department

The Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics was established on February 11, 2003 by the order of the Rector of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv by dividing the Department of General Physics of the Faculty of Physics into two departments. The newly created department included teachers of the Department of General Physics, who, along with teaching general physics, were engaged in research in the field of physical electronics and physics of medical and biological systems and trained specialists in “Radiophysics and Electronics” (specialization in Physical and Biomedical Electronics). In March 2003, the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics became part of the Faculty of Electronics.

Research in the field of physical electronics was started at the Faculty of Physics of the University in the first half of the fifties of the twentieth century by associate professors Palyukh BM and Kushnir RM Since 1958, specialists in the field of electrophysics have been trained, and since 1964 – physical electronics. Since 1962, all research and training in this field have been focused on the Department of General Physics. Along with the training of specialists, fundamental and applied research in the physics of atomic-ion collisions, emission electronics, physics of thin films, and physics of surface phenomena was carried out. Employees of the department defended 3 doctoral and about 40 candidate dissertations in various fields of physical electronics, created modern special training laboratories for training.

In 1975, for a set of research work on surface physics (search for materials with low output for work in spacecraft engines and coatings, which provided transparency of aircraft windows during their long-term operation in the mode of irradiation with cosmic rays, supervisor Associate Professor Palyukh B M. was awarded a commemorative medal and a diploma of the Flight Control Center of the joint Soviet-American spacecraft Soyuz-Apollo as a participant in the training and management of the flight.

In the same 70’s at the Department of General Physics created a laboratory of surface physics and adsorption phenomena. The laboratory was headed by TP Smerek, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. The subject of the laboratory is fundamental research in the field of surface physics of metals and metal film adsorption systems. Laboratory staff (M. Gupalo, F. Honchar, J. Lozovy) successfully implement new methods for studying surface properties, in particular the method of diffraction of slow electrons. At this time, the main attention is paid to the study of the nature of the interaction of alkaline and alkaline earth elements adsorbed on the main faces of crystals of tungsten, molybdenum and rhenium.

Significant scientific achievements of the staff of the department contributed to a significant increase in the state budget and economic contract issues, expansion of scientific ties with enterprises and research institutions of Ukraine and foreign countries (Institute of Physics of NAS of Ukraine, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Institute of Physics). NAS of Ukraine, Joffe Institute of Physics and Technology, St. Petersburg, Russia). During this period, the volume of research work on economic contract issues also increases significantly. The widest in terms of topics and scope of work was the cooperation with the SKB of the Lviv CRT Plant. In particular, the department has performed a significant number of research works of the applied plan and works devoted to the development of methods for using experimental methods of physical electronics in other fields of science. Among them – the development of a unique method of mass spectrometric studies of the composition of liquid and gas inclusions in quartz from pegmatites (Stasiuk ZV, Panchyshyn RS); measuring mass spectrometric system based on the omegatron sensor RMO-4C, which allows quantitative analysis of the gas composition in vacuum devices with a working range of analytical mass numbers 2-84 (Kushnir RM, Stasiuk ZV, Orishchin Yu.M. ); the first mass spectrometric studies of temperature and radiation destruction of materials, in particular alkali-halide crystals during their radiolysis. (Stasiuk ZV, Caravan YV, Tsal MO, Didyk RI); a set of mass spectrometric studies of the gaseous medium in the finished EPP (Stasiuk ZV, Panchyshyn RS, Solyanyk ZV and Pentsak OM) and others. The results of mass spectrometric studies of gas evolution and thermal decomposition of polydiphenylsilaxanes conducted by Stasiuk ZV and Caravan Yu.V. were later used in the Kiev Research Institute of Electromechanical Devices to create the first in the USSR cathode ray tube with thermoplastic information recording

The development of new promising areas of research, significant strengthening of the material base of the department, as well as educational and methodological support of the educational process in the 70’s – 80’s are closely related to the purposeful activities of Professor Lyskovych OB, who headed the department from 1974 to 1996. Under the leadership of prof. Liskovich OB in the luminescence laboratory the absorption spectra, luminescence excitation spectra, the influence of structural defects and activating impurities on the spectral

the luminescence composition of pure crystals CdCI2, CdBr2, CdI2. In 1993, the Department of General Physics began to study the spectral-optical and electrophysical properties of medical and biological systems (under the direction of Bordun OM).

The creation of the laboratory of “Optoelectronic Devices” NDL-04 was facilitated by the development of a portable device for the determination of carboxyhemoglobin in the blood (theme “Roquefort”), which since 1980 was performed at the Department of Physical Chemistry of the Faculty of Chemistry. M. In 1985, this laboratory became part of the newly created SKTB “Magnon”, and later the Institute of Applied Physics. Since 1993, under the direction of the head of the laboratory White OI work was carried out to assess the impact of the environment on the oxygen transport properties of human blood and the development of an automated control system for liquid media in the manufacture of electronic devices. Since 2003, after the disbandment of the Institute of Applied Physics, by order of the Rector, the laboratory NDL-04 was renamed NDL-19 and attached to the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics.

Since the early 90’s of the twentieth century at the Department of General Physics began research and training in the field of studying physical phenomena in medical and biological systems. Since 2000, both specializations of training have been combined into one specialization “Physical and Biomedical Electronics”. Currently, the training of specialists at the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics is conducted in the specialty “Physical and Biomedical Electronics”, specialization “Biomedical Electronics”. Employees of the department defended 3 doctoral and about 40 candidate dissertations in various fields of physical electronics, created modern special training laboratories for training.

From 2003 to 2017, the Department of Physical and Biomedical Electronics was headed by Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Stasyuk ZV, and from 2017 by Professor Bordun OM

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