1973 – received a diploma from Kharkov Higher Command-Engineering School named after M. Krylov and was qualified as a radio engineer.
1999 – defended his PhD thesis.
2002 – received the title of associate professor.
1973 – 1998 – Service in the Armed Forces.
Since 1998 – Lecturer of the Department of Kharkov Higher Command-Engineering School named after M. Krylov.
2002 – 2009 – Associate Professor of the Department of Electrical Technologies of Agricultural Production.
Since 2009, Associate Professor of the Department of Technotronics and Theoretical Electrical Engineering.
Lecturer of the following subjects
control and measuring devices with the basics of metrology;
metrology, technological measurements and devices;
electromagnetic compatibility of technical devices;
certification, standardization and operation of biomedical equipment;
biomedical imaging systems.
Has more than 100 scientific papers, has trained 1 Ph.D and has been an official opponent of 2 PhD theses.
Awarded with an honorary diploma by KhNTUA named after P. Vasylenko for many years of diligent work, personal contribution to the development of education and on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the University in 2005.
Has a gratitude from the Department of Family and Youth Affairs of Kharkiv City Council for assistance in preparing the scientific work for the 15th city competition of scientific student work and educating of young scientific personnel in 2010.
Аwarded with an honorary diploma by KhNTUA named after Petro Vasylenko for many years of diligent work, active public activity, personal significant contribution to the training of highly qualified specialists for the agrarian and industrial complex of Ukraine and on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the University in 2010.
Awarded with the certificate of honor of Kharkiv National Technical University of Agriculture named after Petro Vasylenko for many years of fruitful work, high professionalism, conscientious performance of the duties and on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Institute of Energy and Computer Technologies in 2018.