Department of Radiophysics and Computer Technologies

  • About the Department
  • Employees
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  • Lecturers' schedule
  • Teaching materials
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  • History of Department
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The Department trains bachelors in computer science (four years of study). After receiving a bachelor’s degree in computer science, students may continue their  studies at the Department and after a year of study receive a qualification “Computer Systems Analyst” or “Master of Computer Science” in specialty “Information Technology Design”. In addition, the Department trains bachelors in specialties “Micro- and nanoelectronics” and bachelors in Applied Physics.

Annually 10-20 professionals graduate from the Department. Students who choose the Department as the place of their specialization receive in-depth university training in microprocessor technology, the use of computer technology for modeling processes in physics and radio electronics. The important thing is that students are taught not only to program and work with powerful software products, but also to create modern complexes for conducting physical experiments using computers to control the experiment and process the results of the experiment. Training is carried out with the use of computer technology in laboratories of the basics of radio electronics, microprocessor technology, automation of physical experiment, computer laboratories.

The main direction of scientific work of the department is mathematical modeling of processes in physics and radio electronics, physical properties of local centers, nanometric phases and crystals with structural phase transitions, automation of physical experiment.

Employees

ProfessorIvan KarbovnykProfessor
Professor (by-worker)Maria NazarkevychProfessor (by-worker)
Professor (by-worker)Serhiy RendzinyakProfessor (by-worker)
Associate ProfessorBogdana KalivoshkaAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorIhor KaternyakAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorIvan KhvyshchunAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorOleksii KushnirAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorZinovii LiubunAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorVasyl RabykAssociate Professor
Associate Professor (by-worker)Nataliya SasAssociate Professor (by-worker)
Associate Professor (by-worker)Khrystyna SerednytskaAssociate Professor (by-worker)
Associate ProfessorSerhii VelhoshAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorHryhoriy ZlobinAssociate Professor
LecturerViktor DzikovskyyLecturer
LecturerPavlo LevushLecturer
Lecturer (by-worker)Petro RykovskyLecturer (by-worker)
Lecturer (by-worker)Valeriy ShevchykLecturer (by-worker)
LecturerYaroslav ShmyhelskyyLecturer

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Teaching materials

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

  1. Основи робототехніки (126 Інформаційні системи та технології) Електронний навчальний курс https://e-learning.lnu.edu.ua/enrol/index.php?id=4348 (до перегляду доступний лише для зареєстрованих користувачів)

Our goals

Mission of the Department of Radiophysics and Computer Technology

The mission of the department is to train specialists with high moral qualities, Ukrainian-centric socially responsible worldview and highly qualified in the field of information technology in accordance with modern market needs. In particular, professionals must be competitive in the labor market, be able to use innovative approaches to learning, have leadership qualities, be able to work in a team and be socially and professionally mobile. It is these qualities that will allow professionals to be in demand in the IT industry

 

Vision of the Department of Radiophysics and Computer Technology

The department must preserve and develop the achievements of previous years. In particular, in the field of educational and methodical work, to train highly qualified specialists with basic education in the field of electronics and thorough computer training.

In the field of scientific activity to develop research work in the field of knowledge12 “Information Technology” and to train highly qualified specialists (phd, doctoral students)

 

Objectives of the Department of Radiophysics and Computer Technology

In strengthening the role of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in society.

Emphasize the importance of national-patriotic education of students in the educational process, cultivate patriotism in them, form a national consciousness, self-esteem and respect for other people. Develop and participate in activities related to educational work.

In scientific research

Develop existing and create new modern research areas. Participate in the formation of faculty (and interfaculty) research projects, holding scientific and practical conferences, publishing a collection of scientific papers “Electronics and Information Technology”.

In the learning process.

To improve the programs of disciplines from the cycles of professional and practical training of specialties 122 “Computer Science”, 121 “Software Engineering” and 126 “Information Technology and Systems”. Involve the results of scientific research in the educational process.

Develop new learning technologies and implement them in the learning process;

Ensure the growth of the professional level of teachers and teaching skills.

Publication of educational and methodical literature on the latest areas of modern IT.

In creating a modern infrastructure.

Develop cooperation with IT companies, in particular, Cipress and Softserve to create the latest training laboratories and equip existing equipment with modern equipment.

History of the department

The department was established in 1964 by the well-known scientist professor Mykola Hryhorovych Maksymovych with the name “Department of Theoretical Foundations of Electrical and Radio Engineering”. In 1999, the department was renamed the Department of Radiophysics. Until January 1965, the department occupied one room in the building on the street. Lomonosova, 8 (now Cyril and Methodius Street). From 1965 to 1986 the department was located in the building on the street. September 17, 14 (now Sichovykh Striltsiv Street). In 1986, the department was relocated to the street. Drahomanova, 19 and street Drahomanova, 12. Since February 2003, the department is located on the street. Gene. Tarnavskoho, 107.

The first head of the department was Professor Mykola Hryhorovych Maksymovych (April 29, 1914 – June 10, 1981).

History of Department

 

The department was established in 1964 by the well-known scientist professor Mykola Hryhorovych Maksymovych with the name “Department of Theoretical Foundations of Electrical and Radio Engineering”. In 1999, the department was renamed the Department of Radiophysics. Until January 1965, the department occupied one room in the building on the street. Lomonosova, 8 (now Cyril and Methodius Street). From 1965 to 1986 the department was located in the building on the street. September 17, 14 (now Sichovykh Striltsiv Street). In 1986, the department was relocated to the street. Drahomanova, 19 and street Drahomanova, 12. Since February 2003, the department is located on the street. Gene. Tarnavskoho, 107.

The first head of the department was Professor Mykola Hryhorovych Maksymovych (April 29, 1914 – June 10, 1981).

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