SUSU Professor Admitted to the Russian Academy of Electrical Engineering Sciences

Doctor of Sciences (Engineering), Professor of the SUSU Department of Electric Drive, Mechatronics and Electromechanics Sergey Gandzha was admitted to the Academy of Electrical Engineering Sciences of the Russian Federation.

The Academy of Electrical Engineering Sciences was established in February 1993. It brings together outstanding scientists and specialists in the field of electrical engineering, electrical power engineering, electronics and computer technology. The Academy includes scientific and industrial departments covering the main areas of electrical engineering, electrical power engineering, electronics, computer technology and telecommunications, which are the basis for industry, energy transport, agriculture and the social sphere.

Modern power engineering has reached such a level of development when significant and meaningful scientific results can only be achieved by joining efforts of several scientific schools and directions. The days of scientists working alone have gone. Very often, scientific achievements are obtained at the intersection of disciplines, for example, power engineering and electrochemistry, power engineering and artificial intelligence, power engineering and materials science. One of the main functions of the academy is to overcome these interdepartmental barriers and obtain breakthrough scientific solutions by combining the scientific potential of scientists from all over our country.

The South Ural scientific school has traditionally been developing electric drives based on low- and medium-power switched-type electric machines. They are widely used for special or general purposes, in such fields as medicine, space, and defence. Achievements in the defence area are of particular interest to the academy.

“In addition to having scientific achievements, one should present a program and prospects for its development in order to be admitted to the academy,” said corresponding member of the Academy of Electrical Engineering Sciences Sergey Gandzha. “And I created such a program. It examines bottlenecks in the development of switched-type electric machines, in particular the problems of optimal design, creation of design systems, and end-to-end paperless technologies. These areas are directly related to the development of artificial intelligence in the power engineering sector.”

The program by the Chelyabinsk professor aroused interest. At the general meeting of active academicians of the Academy of Electrical Engineering Sciences, Sergei Gandzha was admitted to the Academy’s scientific and industrial department of the Electrical Engineering Systems and Devices of General and Special Purposes.

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