Dmitriy Artamonov

First Vice-Rector

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Dmitriy Artamonov was born on 1 October 1971 in Penza.

In 1994 he graduated with honours from Penza State Technical University (nowadays Penza State University), majoring in Instrument Devices. Having completed his postgraduate studies, he defended his thesis (1999). After that he began teaching at the department of Independent Information and Control Systems. From 2000 to 2010, he served as the Deputy Dean at the Faculty of Instrument Engineering and at the Faculty of Control Systems and Information Security. From 2011 to 2014, he was the director of the Intersectoral Regional Centre for Advanced Training in PSU.

Dmitriy Artamonov is the Doctor of Engineering Sciences (2013). In 2004 he was conferred the title of an Associate Professor.

From 2014 to 2017 he served as the Director of the Polytechnic Institute, PSU. From October 2017 he was appointed First Vice Rector of PSU.

Dmitriy Artamonov is the Corresponding Member of the Academy of Education Informatisation, International Academy of Sciences connected with Vector Power Engineering, Vice-President of Penza Scientific Centre in the Academy of Information Science.

He has authored over 130 scientific papers, as an academic advisor he has trained 5 postgraduate students. His research interests lie in wave generation in heterogeneous structures, modelling of special-purpose control systems, control systems for complex special-purpose facilities.

He has the following awards: Memorable sign “For Merit for the Development of Penza” (2013), Anniversary medal “350th Anniversary of Penza” (2013), Certificate of Merit from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (2013), Certificate of Merit from the Legislative Assembly of the Penza region (2015), Certificate of Merit from the Governor of the Penza region (2017). In 2017 he was awarded the title of “Honoured Worker of the Education System in the Russian Federation”.

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