Was born in Teguldet, Tomsk region, Soviet Union, in 1960.
Received the Engineering Degree in Radio-designing and technology from Tomsk Institute of Automated Control Systems and Radioelectronics (now TUSUR), Tomsk, Russia, in 1982, Candidate of Engineering Sciences (Ph.D) degree from the Ural Polytechnic Institute (now Ural State Technical University), Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg), Russia, in 1989, Doctor of Engineering Sciences in Microwave Engineering from TUSUR, in 2002. From 1982 to 1992, as Researcher, was involved in the fields of microwave design and testing of controllable circuits, including diode fast-acting phase shifters, equalizers, etc.
From 1992 to 2002, Associate Professor at TUSUR, and from 2002 to present, Professor at the Department of Computer Control and Design Systems, TUSUR. He is author of the following books (in Russian):
- Controllable microwave circuits based on multimode stripline structures, Tomsk, Tomsk State Univ., 2001;
- Combined method of partial capacitances and conformal mapping for the analysis of multimode strip line structures, Tomsk, TUSUR, 2007; and other.
His current research interests lie in the fields of passive and controllable lumped distributed circuits, including coupled-line directional couplers, all-pass equalizers, phase shifters, as well as computer modeling of the distributed components with numerical conformal mapping technique.
Prof. Alexander N. Sychev has been listed in Marquis' Who's Who in the World since 2009.
- Department of Design and Production of Radioelectronic Equipment
Department of Computer Control and Design Systems
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- Department of Computer Control and Design Systems