Automated research equipment group (AREg): contract research and engineering of microwave scientific equipment; electronic development
The group was founded at 2002 as a department for radio wave propagation in the environment (design of new radiolocation systems and radiometric complexes) of Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (IRE NASU).Additionally the group can use all resources of the Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics that consists of 345 scientists, including more than 200 Ph. D. and one Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Our team represents a group of initiative experts of the various profile offering the creative approach to scientific instrument making. As the purpose of a task in view of working out of dedicated systems of management, the collection and processing of data, optimum for concrete radio physical experiment. As result - world level competitive physical results in the shortest terms.The originality of the team consists in the approach to specialization of its participants. Each member of the team has base skills in several areas in which the group works (Secondary Skills), and is the expert in one of these areas (Primary Skill).
The specialization of the group is start-up projects and the group structure allows solving a most, from the standpoint of other developers, hopeless tasks. The group has a wide experience and is capable to decide wide sections of the problems connected with creation of systems in mm-waves range. Such systems added with adaptive system of decision-making, do possible creation of essentially new monitoring systems of technological procedures, systems of safety and the whole class of the scientific equipment.
The group has taken a part of a large number of projects for high-precision scientific instruments engineering and development, like:
- Plasma diagnostic systems for the Tokamak (Institute of Plasma Physics, Prague);
- Stabilization system of the electron beam in a storage ring (NATO Science Program "Science for Peace");
- Millimeter wave frequency synthesizer with the digital control for the irradiation of the matrix Josephson junctions in the standard of EMF and voltage (PTB, Braunschweig, Germany and KSSRIM, Kharkiv, Ukraine);
- Ratiometric sensor development (Sagentia company, Cambridge, UK);
- And over 30 completed inland projects in the field of radioastronomy and nuclear physics, and in electronic systems development for subway and railway.