Our Team

VibroBox is a team of well-qualified researchers and engineers from Belarus. If you have experience in digital signal processing and machine learning algorithms or in vibration diagnostics, as well as the desire to join our team - write us an email [email protected]

Igor Davydov

Igor Davydov

Founder, CEO, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Igor graduated from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR) in 2002 with a degree in 'Radio Engineering Systems' of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department, after which he entered post-graduate studies. His thesis titled “Ball bearing qualimetry system based on vibration signal analysis” was dedicated to promising methods of vibration signal analysis and was done in close cooperation with the testing laboratory of the Minsk Bearing Plant and the “Podshipnik” Research Institute. The defense of the thesis was held in 2006 in the Doctoral Council for Defending Dissertations D 02.05.13 at the Belarusian National Technical University.

Later on, Igor was engaged in the research, development, and adoption of decision-making systems based on machine learning and digital signal processing, designed among other things for condition monitoring of industrial equipment.

In 2008, his work “Software and hardware complex for evaluating of technical condition of mechanical engineering products” was presented at a number of international exhibitions and forums. The project was awarded the diploma of the 8th Moscow International Salon of Innovations and Investments, silver medals of the International Exhibition of Inventions and New Technologies “New Time” (Moscow, 2008) and 13th International Exhibition and Congress 'High Technologies. Innovation. Investments' (St. Petersburg, 2008).

Mr. Davydov is an expert in digital signal processing, machine learning, and decision-making systems. He has extensive experience in research and development, especially in the development and implementation of vibration-based condition monitoring systems. His area of expertise is the development of decision-making systems based on machine learning, methods, and software for equipment condition monitoring via vibroacoustic signals.

Igor is also a thesis advisor and teaching professor at the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics at the Department of Information Technology.

Scientific papers and publications: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7], [8], [9], [10], [11], [12], [13], [14], [15], [16], [17], [18], [19], [20], [21], [22], [23], [24], [25], [26], [27], [28], [30], [31], [32], [33], [34], [35], [36], [37], [38], [40], [41], [42], [43], [44], [45], [46], [47], [48], [49], [50], [51], [52], [53], [54], [55], [56], [57], [58], [60], [61], [62], [63], [64], [67], [68], [69], [70], [71].

Alexander Borsuk

Alexander Borsuk

Cofounder and investor, cofounder of MAPS.ME

Alexander graduated from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics in 2004 majoring in “Computing Machines, Systems and Networks” of the Computer Systems and Networks Department.

For more than 15 years he has been engaged in various projects in data processing, mobile development, and network communications. His vast engineering experience is perfectly complemented by leadership and business skills, travel experience, a healthy lifestyle and an active interest in biotechnology and medicine. Under Alexander’s leadership, offline maps MAPS.ME for the iPhone and Android devices were got first 2.5 million users worldwide (now more than 100 million). With a team of 13 members the project became self-sustainable and in November 2014 it was sold to Mail.Ru Group. After disclosing the source code of MAPS.ME, creating a map editor and successfully handing over all the responsibilities to the new team, Alexander invested his money and ideas in VibroBox to help I. Davydov bring the project up to the international level and gain experience in the fields of digital signal processing and machine learning.

Scientific papers and publications: [70], [71].

Yury Aslamov

Yury Aslamov

Senior researcher, Master of Science, M.Sc., Ph.D. Student

Yury graduated from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics in 2015 with a degree in “Radio-Electronic Systems” of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department and also holds a Master's degree in technical sciences. He is currently engaged in scientific work as part of a postgraduate course at BSUIR majoring in “Mathematical support and software for computing machines, systems and computer networks”, Information Technology Software Division, Computer Networks and Systems Department.

Yury is an expert in the field of digital signal processing. His area of expertise is the development of methods for condition monitoring of industrial equipment based on vibration signal analysis. He heads the department of digital signal processing of VibroBox team. He is engaged in the development of adaptive filtering algorithms, wavelet, and spectral analysis, construction of classifiers based on fuzzy logic and decision-making devices based on trend analysis. Mr. Aslamov also researches the domain of informative features of the defective equipment. He has experience in applying machine learning to vibration diagnostics. He is involved in verifying the telemetry picking-up system developed by the VibroBox team.

The theme of Master's thesis: Picking-up and processing of visual information from CMOS array to solve detection problem.

Scientific papers and publications: [29], [51], [55], [66], [68], [69], [70], [71].

Sergey Vasukevich

Sergey Vasukevich

CTO, Master of Science, M.Sc., Ph.D. student

Sergei graduated from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronicsin 2009 with a degree in “Radio Engineering Systems” of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department, and also has an academic Master's degree in technical sciences and a researcher’s diploma.

Sergei is attracted to projects that combine cloud computing and Web technologies. He has experience in projects related to hardware and software development, scientific research and development of large Web-based solutions. All of this allows him to easily navigate the technologies used in the VibroBox project. As a project team member, he is responsible for setting objectives, defining technical tasks and working on the system architecture.

Scientific papers and publications: [20], [21], [23], [24], [27], [30], [31], [32], [33], [34], [37], [38], [40], [43], [44], [48], [49], [53], [61].

Aliaksei Maniuk

Aliaksei Maniuk

Solution Architect, Master of Science, M.Sc.

For more than 10 years, Aliaksei has been working on various projects related to large systems of medical and banking services. He acquired extensive technical experience working for international companies, such as EPAM Systems, TriZetto: Healthcare IT Solutions & Services. His area of expertise includes effective, scalable systems for data collection and analysis. In 2012, he graduated from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics majoring in “Information Technology Software”, Computer Networks and Systems Department. In 2013, he obtained an academic master's degree in technical sciences with a major in “Mathematical support and software for computing machines, systems, and computer networks”.

His role in the VibroBox project is dedicated to the complex analysis of the application’s architecture and structure; he is responsible for developing algorithms of interaction between the data collection service and the computing platform.

The theme of Master's thesis: “Methods and means for text document protection”.

Scientific papers and publications: [39].

Aleksandr Tsurko

Alexander Tsurko

DSP & AI Engineer, Research Scientist, Master of Science, M.Sc., Ph.D. student

In VibroBox Alexander develops the expert system for vibration diagnostics. He also works on the equipment which records vibration signals and telemetry data. His current research is adaptive data analysis using digital signal processing, data science and artificial intelligence.

He has more than five years of experience in many projects, including embedded digital systems design and programming, DSP and telemetry, FPGA, satellite communication technologies, machine learning, cybernetics. He has also led teams of developers and researchers.

In 2012 he graduated from Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics with a bachelor's degree in Radioinformatics engineering. Later, in 2013, he received a master's degree in Technical Sciences. The title of his thesis is Adaptive algorithms for early detection of rolling bearing defects by vibration signals.

Now he is a postgraduate student and prepares to defend his Ph.D. thesis in System Analysis.

Currently Alexander is collaborating with BSUIR as a research scientist and assistant of Information Radiotechnologies Department.  His interests include the future of humanity and sustainable development of culture and nature. The most favorite free time activities are walking, backpacking, cycling, sailing.

Scientific papers and publications: [27], [28], [31], [34], [35], [36], [37], [38], [40], [41], [42], [43], [44], [45], [47], [48], [49], [52], [53], [54], [56], [58], [61], [62], [63], [67].

Andrey Aslamov

Andrei Aslamov

Research engineer, Master of Science, M.Sc., Ph.D. Student

Andrei graduated from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics in 2015 with a degree in “Radio-Electronic Systems” of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department and also holds a Master's degree in technical sciences. He is currently engaged in scientific work as part of his postgraduate course at BSUIR “Mathematical support and software of computing machines, systems and computer networks run” by the Information Technology Software Division, Computer Networks and Systems Department.

His area of expertise is the development of evaluation methods for condition monitoring of industrial equipment based on vibration signal analysis. He has practical experience in designing and simulating multi-channel digital radio systems. He works at the Department of Digital Signal Processing of the VibroBox project. He develops and implements algorithms of adaptive filtering, performs wavelet and spectral analysis and verifies the informative features of defects based on fuzzy logic.

The theme of Master's thesis: “Synthesis and study of orthogonal pseudo-random signals”.

Scientific papers and publications: [29], [51], [55], [57], [59], [64], [65], [68], [69], [70], [71].

Anatoliy Shevchenko

Anatoli Shevchenko

Expert on vibration diagnostics (condition monitoring engineer)

Anatoli was born in Tselinograd (now Astana, Kazakhstan) and received higher technical education majoring in “Mechanical equipment of metallurgical plants” in Kazakhstan, Temirtau. He gained his experience as a vibration diagnostics expert at the Karaganda metallurgical industrial complex, TOO “Kazmehanomontazh” (Temirtau, Kazakhstan) and the Belarusian metallurgical plant (JSC “BMZ”, Zhlobin, Belarus). For the past 23 years, he has been employed as a specialist in the field of vibration diagnostics of mechanical, electrical and power rotary equipment at the Belarusian Metallurgic Plant. As part of his involvement with the VibroBox project, he advises the team of developers on vibration diagnostics issues and supports experimental research and verification of the results obtained.

Mikita Kasmach

Nikita Kosmach

Research engineer, Master's Degree student

Nikita is a Master's Degree student at Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics majoring in “Radio-Electronic Information Protection” of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department.

He has practical experience in designing and simulating digital receiver-transmitter devices, as well as devices for processing and analysing RF signals. In particular, he has worked with the AD-FMCOMMS1-EBZ platform by Analog Devices. As part of the VibroBox team, he develops and tests vibration diagnostics modules in the frequency domain, as well as modules of defect classification in the domain of informative features.

Petr Riabtsev

Petr Ryabtsev

Research engineer, Master's Degree student

Petr is a Master's Degree student at Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics majoring in “Radio-electronic Information Protection” of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department.

As a VibroBox team member, he is responsible for implementing decision-making algorithms based on fuzzy logic.

Oleg Avsyankin

Oleg Avsyankin

Bearing industry expert

Oleg has been working in the bearing industry since 1976, 17 years of them as Chief Engineer at the “Podshipnik” Research Institute. He is currently the lead design engineer at the Minsk Bearing Plant. As part of the VibroBox project, he is responsible for organising experimental research and consulting the team of developers on the structural features of different engineering objects.

Roman Tolkach

Roman Tolkach

Research engineer, Master's Degree student

Roman is a Master's Degree student at Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics majoring in “Radio-electronic Information Protection” of the Radio Engineering and Electronics Department.

He has practical experience in designing, modeling and verifying systems for the spectral analysis of audio and radio signals. In particular, he has worked closely with the equipment of TIRA GmbH, Anritsu, Aktakom, Tektronix.

In the VibroBox project, he is responsible for testing the vibration signal and telemetry picking-up equipment that is being developed, and for developing digital signal processing modules in the spectral domain and data acquisition subsystems.

Mihail Bogdanec

Mikhail Bogdanets

Expert on the operation of industrial equipment, engineer-inventor

Mikhail has many years of experience as Chief Engineer in various industries. He is the creator of 13 inventions and patents in the field of mechanical engineering. As part of the Vibrobox project, he addresses the issues of organisational and technical support of applied research (including the development and manufacturing of the necessary facilities), operational testing of the equipment developed by the team, as well as industrial cooperation and procurement.

Yaraslava Herasimuk

Yaraslava Herasimuk

Business analyst, Master's Degree student

Yaraslava graduated from Belarusian State Economic University, majoring in “Economics”, International Economic Relations Department. She is currently enrolled in the graduate school of BSEU majoring in “Informatics for Economics”.

The theme of Master's thesis: “Analysis and improvement of business processes in preparation for the competitive selection of innovation projects.”

Yaraslava has practical experience in business process and analytics management. During her career, she has worked with products of SAP Enterprise management (world leader in automated business-to-business management solutions), as well as statistical studies using the software product Stata.

As part of the VibroBox project, she is responsible for collecting, processing, analysing and generalising best practices and scientific and technical information generated by the team’s research, and also for analysing the target market.

Artem Bourak

Artem Bourak

Research engineer, Master's Degree student

Artem is a Master's Degree student at Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics majoring in “Radioinformatics”, Radio Engineering and Electronics Department.

Artem has experience in developing algorithms for wavelet processing and classification of informative features based on machine learning, as well as digital devices using programmable logic integrated diagrams. He worked in the International Switching Center of Belarus solving programming tasks and tasks related to telecommunication networks and systems modeling.

As part of the VibroBox team, he is responsible for researching expert analysis and interpreting acoustic and vibration signals to address the challenges of vibration diagnostics and medicine. He is also involved in developing equipment components for the vibration signal and telemetry picking-up system and in the functional testing of digital signal processing algorithms.

Scientific papers and publications

2001

  1. Automated system for testing bearings / I.G. Davydov, V.N. Penza, G.A. Dostanko // Modern means of communication: materials of the 6th International Scientific and Technical conference, Naroch, 2001 / Vol. 2, Minsk, 2001. — pp. 61-63.
  2. Research vibration parameters of vibration acoustic noises of bearings to evaluate their quality and life capacity and develop the hardware and software complex for bearing diagnostics / I.G. Davydov, L.M. Lynkov, G.V. Davydov, V.I. Vorobyov // R&D “Research vibration parameters of vibration acoustic noises of bearings to evaluate their quality and life capacity and develop the hardware and software complex for bearing diagnostics.” Minsk 2001. Report p. 65 — Sections 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2.

2002

  1. Identification of defects of rotating objects based on their vibration / I.G. Davydov, L.M. Lynkov // Izvestia of the Belarusian Engineering Academy, no. 2 (14)/2, 2002, pp. 109-111.
  2. Microprocessor-based system of bearing quality diagnostics / I.G. Davydov // Modern information technology: materials of the V International Summer School Workshop, Braslav, June 30 — July 7, 2002 / Vol. 1., Minsk, 2002. — pp. 179-181

2003

  1. Multichannel vibration acoustic field research system / I.G. Davydov // Modern information technology: Materials of the VI International Summer School Workshop, Braslav, June 30 — July 7, 2003 / Vol. 2., Minsk, 2003. — pp. 272-274.

2004

  1. Analysis of polyharmonic vibration signals / I.G. Davydov, V.I. Vorobyov // BSUIR reports, 2004, vol. 1, no. 4. — p. 168-171.
  2. Methods for estimating the vibration of technological equipment / I.G. Davydov // Modern means of communication: materials of the 9th International Scientific and Technical, conference, Naroch, 2004 / Vol. 1. — Minsk, 2004-pp. 79-80.
  3. Overview of vibration control devices / I.G. Davydov, E.A. Tsinkevich // Modern information technology: materials of the VII International Summer School Workshop, Braslav, June 30 — July 7, 2004/Vol. 3. — Minsk, 2004 — pp. 73-77.
  4. Application of finite element method for modeling of stress-deformed state of rolling bearings / I.G. Davydov, L.M. Lynkov // PSU Herald. No. 11, 2004, p. 40-45.
  5. Early vibration diagnostics of running security equipment / I.G. Davydov // BSUIR reports, 2004, vol. 1, no. 5. — p. 51-52.
  6. Rapid diagnostics of the quality of rotating vibration mechanisms / I.G. Davydov // Problems of designing and manufacture of radio-electronic means: Compilation of materials of the III International scientific and technical conf. in 2 volumes / Novopolotsk: PSU, 2004, Vol. 2 — pp. 55-57.

2005

  1. Diagnostics of the quality of rolling bearings using wavelet analysis / I.G. Davydov, L.M. Lynkov, V.N. Levkovich // BSUIR reports, 2005, vol. 1, no. 3. — p. 48-52.

2007

  1. Simulation of vibration processes of a bearing in view of facedness and ovality / I.G. Davydov, S.A. Migalevich // BSUIR reports, 2007, no. 6. — pp. 20-25.
  2. Application of wavelet analysis for evaluation of the technical state of engineering products / I.G. Davydov, S.A. Migalevich // Modern means of communication: Materials of the 12th International Scientific and Technical conference, Naroch, 2007 / Vol. 1, Minsk, 2007. — p. 27.
  3. Hardware and software complex for evaluation of the technical state of engineering products / I.G. Davydov, S.A. Migalevich, K.S. Veprev, D.A. Kravchenin // Modern means of communication: Materials of the 12th International Scientific and Technical conference, Naroch, 2007 / Vol. 1, Minsk, 2007. — p. 31.
  4. Requirements for modern vibration diagnostics equipment / I.G. Davydov, S.A. Migalevich // Modern means of communication: Materials of the 12th International Scientific and Technical conference, Naroch, 2007/Vol. 1, Minsk, 2007. — p. 23.

2008

  1. Modeling of defects of rolling bearings by means of wavelet analysis / I.G. Davydov, S.A. Migalevich // Modern means of communication: materials of the 13th International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, October 7-9, 2008 / BSUIR, Minsk, 2008. — p. 144.
  2. Comparative analysis of the influence of methods used to filter the components of polyharmonic signals on the results of their phase processing / I.G. Davydov, V.I. Vorobyov, V.V. Petrov, S.A. Migalevich // BSUIR reports, 2008, no. 6 (36). — pp. 52-57.

2009

  1. Modeling of stress-deformed state of rolling bearings / I.G. Davydov, S.A. Migalevich // Modern means of communication: materials of the XIV International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, September 29 — October 1, 2009 / BSUIR, Minsk, 2009. — p. 107.

2010

  1. Study on maximum displacement of the power spectrum of a wavelet function depending on the scaled wavelet coefficient / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich // Technical means of information protection: materials of the VIII Belarusian-Russian Scientific and Technical Conference, Braslav, May 24-28, 2010 / BSUIR, Minsk; Editorial: V. F. Golikov [etc.]. — Minsk, 2010. — p. 106.
  2. Study on the effectiveness of selecting shock pulse signals with the noise in the background by using the basic wavelet functions / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich // Modern means of communication: materials of the XIV International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, September 28–30 2010 / BSUIR, VGKS; Editorial: A.O. Zenevich [etc.]. — Minsk, 2010. — p. 139.
  3. Modeling a stress-deformed state of series 305 rolling bearings / I.G. Davydov, S.V. Lisovsky, S.A. Migalevich // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications: materials of the VI International Youth Scientific and Technical Conference, Sevastopol, April 19-24, 2010 / SevNTU; Editorial: E.V. Pashkov [etc.]. — Sevastopol, 2010. — p. 87.
  4. Detecting defects of rolling bearings based on the vibration signal envelope spectrum / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications: materials of the VI International Youth Scientific and Technical Conference, Sevastopol, April 19-24, 2010 / SevNTU; Editorial: E.V. Pashkov [etc.]. — Sevastopol, 2010. — p. 90.
  5. Evaluation of the effectiveness of wavelet analysis and Gabor transform when selecting informative features of technical condition / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich // Modern means of communication: materials of the XIV International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, September 28–30 2010 / BSUIR, VGKS; Editorial: A.O. Zenevich [etc.]. — Minsk, 2010. — p. 141.
  6. Application of the finite element method for estimation of resonance frequencies of mechanical systems in the stress-deformed stateи / I.G. Davydov, S.V. Lisovsky, S.A. Migalevich// Modern means of communication: materials of the XIV International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, September 28–30 2010 / BSUIR, VGKS; Editorial: A.O. Zenevich [etc.]. — Minsk, 2010. — p. 142.
  7. Machinery diagnostics use wavelet analysis and the estimations of differences of phases between quasi harmonic vibration components / I.G. Davydov, Jamal Kawan, V. Varabyeu // Session T20 Signal Processing in Acoustics and Vibration: proceedings of the 17th ICSV, Cairo, 18-22 July 2010 / International Institute of Acoustics & Vibration; ed. Malcolm J. Crocker. — Auburn, 2010. — P. 150-158.

2011

  1. Annual report on the State research program Technical Diagnostics 5.4.19. Detection of informative features to evaluate the technical condition of the transmission sites of mobile machines and development of methods and software for noise and vibration diagnostics / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.Yu. Borisenko, A.V. Tsurko, P.N. Rashtchinsky, S.A. Migalevich // State research program: Technical diagnostics 5.4.19. Detecting informative features for evaluation of technical condition of transmission nodes of mobile machines and development of methods and software for noise and vibration diagnostics / BSUIR, I.G. Davydov, 2011.

2012

  1. Annual report on the State research program Technical Diagnostics 5.4.19. Detection of informative features to evaluate the technical condition of the transmission sites of mobile machines and development of methods and software for noise and vibration diagnostics / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.Yu. Borisenko, A.V. Tsurko, P.N. Rashtchinsky, S.A. Migalevich // State research program: Technical diagnostics 5.4.19. Detecting informative features for evaluation of technical condition of transmission nodes of mobile machines and development of methods and software for noise and vibration diagnostics / BSUIR, I.G. Davydov, 2012.
  2. A history of the emergence of systems with extension of signal spectrum: scientific article / A.P. Aslamov, Y.P. Aslamov, V.A. Cherdyncev // 8th scientific conference of post-graduate students, undergraduates and students, materials of section “Radio Engineering Systems” — Minsk: BSUIR, 2012.
  3. Review of the methods of evaluation of technical condition of technological equipment based on vibration / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications: materials of the 8th international youth scientific and technical conference, April 23-27, 2012 Sevastopol / SevNTU — Sevastopol, 2012. — p. 283.
  4. Description of the Ethernet MAC Lite module on VHDL on Xilinx FPGA / S.Yu. Vasyukevich, A.V. Tsurko, I.G. Davydov , P.N. Rashtchinsky // Radio Engineering Systems Section: materials of the 48th scientific conference of postgraduate students, undergraduates of BSUIR, Minsk, May 7-8, 2012/BSUIR, Editorial: M.P. Batura [etc.]. — Minsk, 2012 — pp. 26.
  5. Evaluation of the technical state of engineering products based on the analysis of vibration signal envelope spectrum when changing the noise power. / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Borisenko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications: materials of the 8th international youth scientific and technical conference, April 23-27, 2012 Sevastopol / SevNTU — Sevastopol, 2012 — p. 282.
  6. Application of Hilbert-Huang transform for diagnosing defects of industrial equipment / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Borisenko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich // Radio Engineering Systems Section: materials of the 48th scientific conference of postgraduate students, undergraduates of BSUIR, Minsk, May 7-8, 2012 / BSUIR, Editorial: M.P. Batura [etc.]. — Minsk, 2012 — pp. 27-28.
  7. Realisation of the tract of DVB-S transmitter pretreatment based on FPGA / S.Yu. Vasyukevich, A.V. Tsurko, I.G. Davydov , P.N. Rashtchinsky // Radio Engineering Systems Section: materials of the 48th scientific conference of postgraduate students, undergraduates of BSUIR, Minsk, May 7-8, 2012 / BSUIR, Editorial: M.P. Batura [etc.]. — Minsk, 2012 — pp. 29.

2013

  1. Information technologies and their influence on the future of humankind / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of the 49th scientific and technical conference of graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR, section “Philosophy and methodology of science”, Minsk, May 7-8, 2013 / BSUIR, editorial V.A. Prytkov [etc.]. — Minsk, 2013 — p. 162.
  2. Methods of frequency and time analysis of a set of empirical modes of vibration signals / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Borisenko, A.V. Tsurko // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications: materials of the 9th international youth scientific and technical conference, April 22-26, 2013 Sevastopol / Sevastopol, 2013 — p. 253.
  3. Overview of adaptive algorithms for defect classification of engineering products / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko, S.Yu. Borisenko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich // Materials of the 49th Scientific Conference of post-graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR, section “Radio Engineering Systems”, Minsk, May 7-8, 2013 / Minsk, Belarus, 2013.
  4. Overview of adaptive algorithms for vibration fault detection for rolling bearings / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, P.N. Rashtchinski // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications: materials of the 9th international youth scientific and technical conference, April 22-26, 2013 Sevastopol / Sevastopol, 2013 — p. 257.
  5. Digital watermarks in text files / A.P. Maniuk // Faculty of computer systems and networks : The 49th Science and technology conference for BSUIR students, undergraduates, and postgraduates. (Minsk, May 6-10 2013). - Minsk : BSUIR, 2013. - p. 64-65.
  6. Applicability of modern mobile phones to the problems of vibration diagnostics / A.V. Tsurko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, I.G. Davydov // Modern means of communication: materials of the 18th International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, October 15-16, 2013 / BSUIR, VGKS — Minsk, 2013.
  7. Development of methodological literature on laboratory work for students of technical majors / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko, P.N. Rashtchinsky, S.Yu. Borisenko // Materials of the 49th scientific and technical conference of graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR, section “Pedagogy”, Minsk, May 15, 2013 / BSUIR, Minsk, 2013. — p. 180.
  8. Adaptive algorithms in vibration diagnosis / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of the 49th scientific and technical conference of graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR, section “Foreign Languages”, Minsk, May 6-10, 2013 / BSUIR, Minsk, 2013. — p. 204.

2014

  1. Shock pulse repetition frequency estimation algorithm based on periodic wavelet transform / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, A.V. Tsurko, I.M. Seglyuk // BSUIR reports No. 6 (84) 2014 — Minsk: BSUIR, 2014 — pp. 22-27.
  2. Laboratory workshop on VSR and PKiPPTU courses / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich // Materials of the international scientific and technical conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of MRTI-BSUIR (Minsk, March 18-19, 2014), p. 1-Minsk: BSUIR, 2014. — p. 126.
  3. The line of development of the social paradigm with a systematic approach to the survival of humankind / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of 25 international readings Great Reformers of Natural Sciences: Nicolaus Copernicus, Minsk, March 13-14, 2014 / Minsk: BSUIR, 2014 — p. 237.
  4. Modification of wavelet analysis to evaluate the periodicity of vibration acoustic signals / I.G. Davydov, I.M. Seglyuk // Modern means of communication. Materials of the 19th International Scientific and Technical Conference, Minsk, October 14-15, 2014 / Minsk, Belarus, 2014. — p. 22.
  5. Detection of informative features to evaluate the technical condition of the transmission sites of mobile machines and the development of methods and software for noise and vibration diagnostics: research report (conclusion) / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko — Minsk: BSUIR, 2014.
  6. Estimation of noise immunity for the diagnostics method for rotor units of machines depending on conditions of preliminary filtration of a vibrating signal / I.G. Davydov, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, S.A. Migalevich, A.V. Tsurko // The Herald of GSTU named after Sukhoy No. 4 (59) 2014 — Gomel, GSTU, 2014 — pp. 50-57.
  7. Shock pulse repetition frequency estimation based on periodic wavelet transform / I.G. Davydov, I.M. Seglyuk // Modern problems of radio engineering and telecommunications “RT — 2014”: materials of the 10th international youth scientific and technical conference, Sevastopol, May 12-17, 2014 / Sevastopol, 2014.
  8. Development of the laboratory model “URF Research”: scientific article / I.G. Davydov, A.P. Aslamov, Y.P. Aslamov // Materials of the 50th scientific conference of postgraduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR, section “Radio Engineering Systems” — Minsk: BSUIR, 2014.
  9. Vibration diagnostics systems using mobile platforms / A.V. Tsurko, I.G. Davydov // Modern means of communication. Materials of the 18th International Scientific and Technical Conference, October 14-15, 2014 — Minsk, Belarus, 2014. — p. 22.
  10. Comparative study of adaptive algorithms for vibration diagnostics of rolling bearing defects / S.Yu. Borisenko, S.Yu. Vasyukevich, I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of the 1st All-Russian Acoustic Conference, Moscow, Russian Academy of Sciences, October 6-10, 2014, Section “Acoustic Measurements” — Moscow, 2014 — pp. 36-42.

2015

  1. Wavelet model decomposition of signal envelopeа / I.G. Davydov, I.M. Seglyuk, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of the 20th international scientific and technical conference “Modern means of communication”, October 14-15, 2015 / Minsk, 2015. — pp. 212-213.
  2. Clustering for a given number of groups. Algorithm of ISODATA class / I.G. Davydov, A.P. Aslamov, Y.P. Aslamov // Materials of the 11th International Scientific and Technical Conference “Modern issues of Radio Engineering and Telecommunications RT-2015” November 16-20, 2015 / Sevastopol, 2015. — p. 146.
  3. Models of vibration signals of rolling bearings in the presence of surface defects / I.G. Davydov, I.M. Seglyuk, A.V. Tsurko // Radio engineering systems: materials of the 51st scientific conference of postgraduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR (Minsk, May 7, 2015). / Minsk, BSUIR, 2015.
  4. Peculiarities of usage of complementary Golay sequences / I.G. Davydov, A.P. Aslamov // Materials of the 11th International Scientific and Technical Conference “Modern issues of Radio Engineering and Telecommunications RT-2015” November 16-20, 2015 / Sevastopol, Sevastopol State University, 2015.
  5. Evaluation of sampling frequencies of pulse processes using modifications of wavelet transform / I.G. Davydov, I.M. Seglyuk, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of the 11th International Scientific and Technical Conference “Modern issues of Radio Engineering and Telecommunications RT-2015” November 16-20, 2015 / Sevastopol, Sevastopol State University, 2015. — p. 126.
  6. Development of laboratory work "Multi-channel information transmission system with code multiplexing": scientific article / A.P. Aslamov // Materials of the 51st scientific conference of postgraduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR — Minsk: BSUIR, 2015.
  7. Signal processors in digital radio communications devices. Laboratory workshop: Teaching-method. manual / A.A. Kazyeka, E.N. Kalenkovich, V.N. Levkovich, I.G. Davydov — Minsk: BSUIR, 2015. — p. 115: Fig.

2016

  1. Computing means of radio systems. Laboratory practicum: study guide / S.Yu. Vasyukevich, I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko — Minsk: BSUIR, 2016. — p 128: fig.
  2. Diagnostics of industrial equipment by vibration signals based on periodic wavelet transform: research report (conclusion) / I.G. Davydov, A.V. Tsurko — Minsk, BSUIR, 2016.
  3. Methods and means of digital signal processing. Laboratory workshop. In 2 p P. 1: Methods of digital signal processing: study guide / I.N. Davydenko, I.G. Davydov, T.A. Dubnovitskaya, A.V. Tsurko — Minsk: BSUIR, 2016. — p. 70.
  4. Correlation function sidelobe minimisation: scientific article / I.G. Davydov, A.P. Aslamov // Materials of the 52th Scientific Conference of post-graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR — Minsk: BSUIR, 2016.
  5. Synthesis and study of orthogonal pseudo-random signal systems: Author's abstract. Diss. Master's degree in technical sciences: 1-39 80 02 / A.P. Aslamov; Sci. research. Karpushkin E.M. — Minsk : BSUIR, 2016. — p. 13.
  6. Gathering and processing of video information from the CMOS-matrix to solve detection problems: the author's abstract. Diss. MSc in Engineering : 1-39 80 02 / Y.P. Aslamov; Scientific adviser I.G. Davydov. - Minsk: BSUIR, 2016.
  7. Device for preliminary phase processing of vibroacoustic signals on PLD / I.G. Davydov, M.V. Kozyritsky, E.V. Sviridov, K.S. Midenko, A.V. Tsurko // Materials of the 48th Scientific Conference of post-graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR, section “Radio Engineering Systems”, Minsk, May 6-7, 2016 — Minsk: — p. 52.

2017

  1. Sparse wavelet decomposition for solving problems of vibration diagnostics / I.G. Davydov, A.P. Aslamov, Y.P. Aslamov // 53rd Scientific Conference of post-graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR / Minsk, BSUIR, 2017.
  2. Refinement of shaft spin frequency for vibration diagnostics tasks / I.G. Davydov, A.P. Aslamov, Y.P. Aslamov // 53rd Scientific Conference of post-graduate students, undergraduates and students of BSUIR / Minsk, BSUIR, 2017.
  3. Algorithms for refinement of the shaft rotational speed for solving the problems of vibration diagnostics of rotary equipment / Y. Aslamov, I. Davydov, A. Borsuk, A. Aslamov // First World Congress on Condition Monitoring, London, 13-16 June 2017, Session 6E: Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies / The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing.
  4. Sparse wavelet decomposition of signals for solving vibration diagnostics problems / Y. Aslamov, I. Davydov, A. Borsuk, A. Aslamov // First World Congress on Condition Monitoring, London, 13-16 June 2017, Session 7E: Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies / The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing.