Igor Golinko

Associate Professor, PhD

Golinko Igor Mikhailovich graduated from the Faculty of Engineering and Chemistry in 1996. In 2000 he defended his Ph.D. on the topic “Computer control system of a tunnel furnace”. From 1999 to 2005, he worked as an assistant at the Department of Automation of Chemical Production of the Chemical Engineering Faculty. Since 2005, he worked as a senior lecturer at the ATEP department. Since 2010 working associate professor at the ATEP department. Responsible for distance learning at the department. Golinko I.M. is the author of over 130 scientific and methodological works, including 5 textbooks and 1 monograph. At the department he teaches disciplines: “Technical means of automation”, “Automatic control theory”.

Research interest: modelling complex control systems; creating effective management methods for technical and technological systems. He is fond of microelectronics, tourism and martial arts.

Microprocessor engineering
Automatic control theory
Automation equipment