Dr. Sergei Bezroukov

Dr. Sergei Bezroukov
Dr. Sergei Bezroukov
Sergei Bezroukov Dr. Sergei Bezroukov
Professor
office. Swenson Hall 3022
University of Wisconsin-Superior

Most recent degrees:

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Habilitation in Computer Science - University of Paderborn, Germany – Dissertation/thesis topic: Discrete Extremal Problems on Graphs and Posets

1984 - Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Ph.D. in Mathematics - Moscow State University, Russia – Dissertation/thesis topic: Isoperimetric Type Problems on the Unit Cube

1980 - Master of Science (M.S.) - Master of Science in Applied Mathematics - Moscow State University, Russia

Academic background:

In Mathematics Dr. Sergei Bezroukov's background and research interest lie in the area of Discrete Mathematics, particularly Extremal Graph Theory, Poset Theory, Finite Sets Theory. In Theoretical Computer Science his expertise is in Graph Embedding and Graph Partitioning in application to Parallel Processing. In Electrical Engineering his areas are Embedded Systems, Internet of Things, Wireless Communications, microcontroller hardware and firmware development.

Non-academic interests:

Sergei likes classical music, opera, and theater.

Notable awards:

2016 Award from Silicon Laboratories for Summer IoT Project Competition, 2012 and 2010: Diplomas from Radio Magazine for one of best publications of the year on electronics, and 2009 and 2002: UW-Superior's Excellence in Scholarship Awards

Areas of knowledge:

Discrete Mathematics: discrete extremal problems like various isoperimetric problems on graphs and their immediate applications to estimating graph bandwidth, cutwidth, wirelength, etc., extremal poset problems like Macaulay posets, chain decomposition, Sperner theory. Electrical Engineering in what concerns design of Embedded Systems, microcontroller hardware and firmware, Wireless Communications (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.), Internet of Things (IoT).

Recent accomplishments:

Sergei has worked in this area for about 40 years, has 60 publications in professional journals, and has given invited talks on numerous conferences. He has also received at least 5 training events per year within the past decade, published 121 articles in electronics magazines, and 50+ online publications.

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    Serguei Bezroukov
    Besides his teaching duties, Dr. Bezroukov conducts research in the area of discrete mathematics and microcontroller applications.
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UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Bezroukov, Serguei
Fall Semester 2019

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CSCI - Computer Science
1699CSCI 224Assembly Language Program
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09/04/2019 - 12/13/2019
001 4.00  SWEN 1017 MTWF 1:00PM- 1:50PM 9 of 24 open
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1698CSCI 451Operating Systems
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001 4.00  SWEN 1017 MTWF 11:00AM- 11:50AM 20 of 24 open
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1697CSCI 470Net-Centric Computing
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001 4.00  SWEN 1017 MTWF 9:00AM- 9:50AM 15 of 24 open
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MATH - Mathematics
2289MATH 390Mathematic Science Internship
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2173MATH 498Mathematics Capstone
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003 1.00     ARR 0 of 1 open
  
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