International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University

SEMYON KUNDAS

Semyon Kundas is Doctor of Science In Technics, Professor, Belarus State Winner Prize in the field of science and technology.

Semyon Kundas was born in 1953 in village Zamoschany Gomel region. In 1975 he graduated from the Minsk Radiotechnical Insitute, in 1980  – postgraduate studies, in 1982 year he defensed PhD. From 1975 to 1977 he worked senior researcher of the Department of electronica technology of Minsk Radiotechnical Institute. From 2003 to 2012 he worked as the rector of the International Sakharov Environmental University.

The main direction of scientific activity is the development and application of new information technologies in the design and manufacture of electronic products, engineering, environment and specialists training in these areas.

Author and co-author of 7 monographs, 4 textbooks, more than 200 articles and 29 inventions.

Major works: Kundas S.P. Renewable Energy Sources / S.P. Kundas, S.S. Pozniak, L.V. Shenets. – Minsk: ISEU, 2009. – 390 p.; Kundas S.P. Computer modeling of technical processes of heat treatment of steels / S.P. Kundas. – Minsk: Bestprint, 2005. – 313 p.; Kundas S.P., Kashko Т. А. Computer modeling of technological systems: textbooks in 2 parts / S.P. Kundas, Т. А. Kashko. – Minsk: BSUIR, 2002. – 164 p. – Part 1; Kundas S.P., Kashko Т. А. Computer modeling of technological systems: textbooks in 2 parts / S.P. Kundas, Т. А. Kashko. – Minsk: BSUIR, 2002. – 164 p. – Part 1; Computer simulation of the migration of pollutants   in natural dispersion environments S.P. Kundas, S.I. Gishkelyuk, V.I. Kovalenko, О. S. Khilko; edited by S.P. Kundas. – Minsk: ISEU, 2011 – 212 p.; Kundas S.P. Development of ecological tourism on specially protected natural territories / Materials of the permanent acting seminar at the Parliamentary Assembly of Belarus-Russia Union State on the questions of construction of Union State «Practice, Problems and Prospects of specially protected natural territories of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation” – Minsk, June, 2012 – P 63-78.