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. In 2018 he defended his Master’s thesis “Formation of informative features of shock processes using wavelet analysis of non-stationary vibration signals.” to better understand the core technology behind VibroBox.
Starting from 2003, 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 direction, offline maps MAPS.ME for iPhone and Android devices 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 making the source code of MAPS.ME available under an open source license, creating a map editor and successfully handing over all the responsibilities to the new team, Alexander invested his money, ideas and experience in VibroBox to help Dr. Davydov bring the project up to the international level and gain experience in the fields of digital signal processing, machine learning and science in general.
Scientific Papers and Publications
- 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.
- 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.
- Sparse wavelet decomposition in problems of vibration-based diagnostics of rotary equipment / Y.P. Aslamov, A.P. Aslamov, I.G. Davydov, A.V. Borsuk // Doklady BGUIR [BSUIR reports], 2017, no. 8 (110), pp. 91-98. (in Russian)
- Formation of informative features of shock processes using wavelet analysis of non-stationary vibration signals: the author's abstract. Diss. MSc in Engineering: 1-39 81 03 / A.V. Borsuk; scientific adviser I.G. Davydov // Minsk : BSUIR, 2018. (in Russian)
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