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VLADIMIR A. SHVARTSMAN, Ph.D. (President & CEO to Electronic Design and Research Inc)

EDUCATION:

  • University of Jdanov, Department of Electronics;
  • University of Jdanov, Department of Electronics, BSES in Industrial Electronics
  • University of Leningrad, Department of Biomedical Cybernetics, MS
  • Postgraduate – Jdanov Memorial University Ph.D. in Biophysics
  • Telemetry System Vniversity of Louisville, Speed School, Kentucky Microcomputer Experimental design.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Corporate management, basic research, R&D management, analyzing fmdings, designer, writing technical articles and proposals, etc.

  • Biomedical related Research:
  • Automatic arrhythmia detection,
  • Optical analysis of exhaled air,
  • Non-invasive analysis and monitoring of ICP,
  • Real-time evoked potential detection and analysis,
  • Real-time non-invasive detection of the Bundle of His,
  • Communication (frequency-hopping, telemetry),
  • Analog data compression,
  • Localization of the Ventricular Ectopic focus and its
  • Elimination using laser beam irradiation,
  • Hospital/industrial security and communication systems, Etc.

Biomedical Engineer/Research Associate, University of Louisville Dept. of Medicine, Division Of Cardiology, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervised a team working on a theory for a multichannel signal processor; assigned to develop and supervise the cardiology research laboratory; engineering developments, conduct experimenting and perform heart catheterization, data collection, processing and interpretation, preparation, and writing scientific articles. Guiding technique for precise laser interventions applied to the myocardium; New signal processing technique for non-invasive detection of His-Parkinje activities; Technique (micro-heat) for accurate closed chest experimental infarct (on animal model); Study of the electrical activities of His Bundle area.

Senior Biomedical Engineer/Research Associate, Research Institute of Pathology and Therapeutics of Physiology and Pathology of Higher Nervous Activity, USSR

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervised engineering/technical stuff, conducted research. Studying “The influence of stress conditions on processing of information by the cerebral”; Studied the ability of the selective part of cerebral to a new function; Developed, assembled and operated multichannel telemetry system and analog/digital analyzer to perform that research.

Electronic Engineer/Research Associate, Leningrad Research Institute of Nuclear Physics, Department of Molecular Biology, USSR.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Development, assembling and operating sophisticated (r) scientific instruments. Studying Biochemical protection against radiation poison. Devised, assembled and operated a very highly sensitive paramagnetic resonance spectrometer; Developed, designed and assembled a device to measure the quadruple movements of long molecular compounds.

INVENTIONS:

  • Multiple Parallel Input Noise Reduction System, U.S. Patent No.4,300,101
  • Fundamental And Harmonic Pulse-Width Discriminator, U.S. Patent No.4,692,710
  • Parallel Input Signal Processor For low-level Signal, High Noise Environments,U.S. Patent No.4,692,709
  • Telemetry Tracking And Monitoring Security System, Patent pending
  • Personal Warning System, Patent Pending
  • Universal Personal Tag, Patent pending
  • Autolog, Patent pending
  • Sequential analog data compressor; Paten Pending
  • Time-Variant, Ideal High-Pass Filter, Patent Pending
  • Pump-Start Solid State Ballast; Patent Pending
  • High-resolution F-to-V converter; Patent pending

AWARDS

Co-investigator
MH ROI HL 19768-04 (06/80-12/82) :
Role: Recording and Analysis of Low Level Cardiac Signals.

KY Heart Association (27/80-27/81) :
Role: Creation and Localization of Artificial Ectopic Cardiac Foci.

Principal Investigator
U.S. AMRDC; DAMD-7-84-C-4034 :
Role:The Multichannel Signal Processing Technique Based on Logical Cleansing.
NIH 1 R43-HL33059 U.S. AMRDC; DAMD-17-85-G-5030 :
Role: Time-Variant Data Compression and Retrieval Computer Graphics Control System

In Total the PI has published 86 papers.

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