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Biographical entry Dyadyuk, Valeriy

Born
Ukraine
Occupation
Electrical engineer and Radio engineer

Summary

Valeriy Dyadyuk is an expert in wireless technology. Since moving to Australia in 1994 he has worked at the CSIRO leading various projects in this realm, most notably being a member of the team that developed Gigabit Wireless network technology. This research project won the CSIRO Chairman's Medal in 2007.

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1968
Education - Bachelor of Science (Electronics), University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
1970
Education - Masters of Science MSc (Electronics, majoring in Radio Physics and Electronics), University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
1970 - 1975
Career position - Research Engineer at the University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
1975
Career position - Leading Engineer, Institute for Radio Physics and Electronics of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences
1979 - 1992
Career position - Head of the Microwave Engineering Branch, Institute for Radio Physics and Electronics of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences
1992 - 1993
Career position - Head of High Frequency Branch, Scientific & Research Institute for Radio Electronic & Diagnostic Systems (Ukraine)
1993 - 1994
Career position - Director of Research of the SCAD Scientific & Industrial Group (Kharkov, Ukraine)
1994
Life event - Emigrated to Australia
1995 - 1996
Career position - Research Engineer at RF Devices Pty Ltd
1996 - 1997
Career position - Project Engineer, British Aerospace Australia Ltd
1997 -
Career position - Research Scientist CSIRO
2007
Award - CSIRO Chairman's Medal, co-recipient

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