Research Team Leader - Microwave Systems
Cnr Vimiera and Pembroke Roads
Marsfield NSW 2122
Tel: 61 2 9372 4225
Mob: 0405 161 560
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- Smart Secure Infrastructure
- Digital Productivity and Services National Research Flagship Program
- E-band Backhaul Strategic Research
- Low Latency E-band Backhaul
- Antenna and Millimetre-wave Research
- Antennas and Propagation
Val Dyadyuk has extensive experience in the RF system engineering and mm-wave design. He has held various senior positions in prestigious public and private organizations.
Val started his career as a Research Engineer at the University of Radio Electronics in Ukraine (1970 – 1975) and worked on EM simulation of microwave devices with anisotropic medium. From 1975 to 1992, he worked at the Institute for Radio Physics and Electronics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine as a Leading Design Engineer and the Head of the Microwave Engineering Branch. He led a team of 25 engineers and researchers and a number of R&D projects that developed variety of millimetre-wave (30 – 330 GHz) devices and sub-systems for radar, communication, and industrial equipment including the sub-millimetre wave interferometer for experimental thermonuclear reactor TOKOMAK. Val was nominated for the “best in the profession” awards for the research and management staff of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and received this award in 1988 and 1990.
In 1992 he joined the Scientific & Research Institute of Radio Electronic & Diagnostic Systems (Ukraine) leading development of a mm-wave radio link as a Head of the High Frequency Branch. In 1993 Val was appointed the Research Director at the SCAD Scientific & Industrial Group (Kharkov, Ukraine) where he was responsible for design and pilot production of a marine microwave radar sensor and mm-wave equipment for biological and medical applications. Due to the nature of employment and citizenship, all publications for period 1973 - 1994 available in public domain were in Russian.
Since moving to Australia, he joined RF Devices Pty Ltd where he designed a high-linearity wideband HF amplifier. Shortly afterwards he joined British Aerospace Australia designing the Frequency Management System for the JORN Radar Networks.
Val Dyadyuk joined CSIRO in 1997 and contributed to the success of several research projects, including design of a microwave power distribution network for the CEA-Mount Advanced Technology Demonstrator, a feasibility study of a wideband vector modulator, development of the Traffic Management Radar demonstrator, design of MMIC amplifiers (as a part of development of CSIRO’s HBT technology that led to Epitactix spin-off), and design study for a Millimetre-wave Broadband Wireless Access System. He has also participated in development of wafer-scale thin-film multi-chip-module integration techniques that led to the patented CSIRO integration process (2002 –2004).
Val led the Gigabit Wireless Research Projects in 2002-2005 and made a major contribution to development a high data rate (1Gbps) W-band link that was the only example of such a system at this frequency reported worldwide (2003-2004). He developed concepts of the Multi-Gigabit millimetre-wave wireless links and designed several key RF components such as wide-band RF front end modules, developed wide-band sub-harmonic mixer MMICs, specified and developed RF filters that have been essential for implementation of the CSIRO’s innovative frequency-domain multi-channel wireless communication system concept. Val has been a technical advocate and RF system architect of the world’s first Multi-Gigabit Wireless Link (2006), and has played key role in its development, integration, debugging and testing. Developed multi-gigabit mm-wave wireless technology has been internationally recognised as a world-class achievement.
Since 2007, Val is the Microwave Systems Research Team Leader (formerly Mm-wave Technologies Research Team) and a member of the WNTL Leadership Team.
As a Project Leader of Reconfigurable Radio (2008 – 2009) and xTreme Rate Wireless Systems (2009-2012) strategic research projects, Val led multidisciplinary team of 25 people conducting a cutting-edge research on enabling technologies for future flexible and adaptive wireless communication systems . He has played a key leadership role in the development of CSIRO’s mm-wave high altitude long range communications system concept (including spatial power combining antenna arrays, the hybrid end-fire antenna array, transceiver architectures and integration techniques). Val has proposed and designed the E-band Receive Array prototype, led its development and tests that successfully demonstrated analogue and digital components of a hybrid beam forming algorithm. This work represents world first experimental results on steerable antenna arrays in the E-band.
Val has led the RF sub-system activities of the Ngara Wireless Backhaul project (2009-2012). He has made a major contribution to the development of award winning Ngara Backhaul System conducting analysis of the propagation effects over a long range RF path, identifying frequency bands suitable for aggregation, developing feasible RF sub-system architectures, and carrying out system integration, extensive de-bugging and bench tests.
Currently, Val leads development of the RF sub-system for the next generation E-band millimetre-wave backhaul. His contributions have been instrumental for securing of two commercial contracts and further prospects in commercialisation of CSIRO’s innovative award-winning Ngara Microwave and E-band mm-wave backhaul technologies.
|1970||MSc.(Electrical Engineering, majoring in Radio Physics and Electronics), University of Radio Electronics (formerly Kharkov Institute for Radio Electronics), Ukraine|
|1968||BSc.(Electrical Engineering), Kharkov Institute for Radio Electronics), Ukraine|
Recent Professional Experience
|Present||Research Team Leader - Microwave Systems, CSIRO ICT Centre|
|2009-2012||Research Team Leader - Microwave Systems, CSIRO ICT Centre|
|Project Leader –xTreme Rate Wireless Systems, CSIRO ICT Centre|
|Activity Leader – RF Sub-system, Ngara Wireless Backhaul, ICT Centre|
|2008-2009||Research Team Leader - Mm-wave Technologies,|
|Project Leader - Reconfigurable Radio, CSIRO ICT Centre|
|2007-2008||Research Team Leader - Mm-wave Technologies, CSIRO ICT Centre|
|2003-2005||Project leader, Gigabit Wireless Networks, CSIRO ICT Centre|
|2002-2003||Project leader, Gigabit Wireless and TMR projects, CSIRO Telecommunications & Industrial Physics|
|1997-2002||Senior Microwave Engineer, CSIRO Telecommunications & Industrial Physics|
|1996-1997||Project Engineer, JORN FMS project, British Aerospace Australia Ltd|
Achievements & Awards
|2012||CSIRO Chairman's Medal 2012 as a Seminal Contributor of the ICT Centre Ngara Backhaul Project Team|
|2012||The Australian Innovation Award (the Engineers Australia Engineering Excellence Awards 2012), CSIRO Ngara Rural Point to Point Microwave Backhaul Technology|
|2012||Innovation and Inventions Award ( Engineering Excellence Awards 2012, Engineers Australia, Sydney Division), CSIRO Ngara Rural Point to Point Microwave Backhaul Technology|
|2012||Research Achievement Award, ICT Centre Divisional Awards 2012, as a Seminal Contributor of Ngara Backhaul Project Team|
|2007||CSIRO Chairman's Medal 2007 as a Seminal Contributor of the ICT Centre Gigabit Wireless Team|
|2007||The Australian Research and Development Excellence Award, Engineering Excellence Awards 2007, as a Seminal Contributor of the ICT Centre Multi Gigabit Millimetre Wave Wireless Team|
|2007||Research and Development Excellence Award, Multi Gigabit Millimetre Wave Wireless Project, Engineering Excellence Awards 2007, Engineers Australia, Sydney Division|
|2007||Millimeter-Wave Best Paper Award: “A W-band multi-gigabit wireless link with high spectral efficiency”, Dyadyuk V., Stokes L., Sevimli O. Int. Joint Conf. of the 8th MINT Millimeter-Wave Int. Symp.(MINT-MIS2007), the 9th Topical Symp. on Millimeter Waves (TSMMW2007), and MilliLab Workshop on Millimeter-Wave Technology and Applications, Seoul, Korea, 26-27 Feb 2007|
|2007||Best Paper Award: "W-Band GaAs Schottky Diode MMIC mixers for Multi-Gigabit Wireless Communications" Val Dyadyuk, John Archer, Leigh Stokes. The 2nd Int. Conf. on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Broadband Communications (AusWireless'07), Aug. 27-30 2007, Sydney, Australia|
|2006||CSIRO ICT Centre Look Out!!! Award 2006 for the successful development of the world's first multi-gigabit wireless communication technology|
Summary of Science & Technical Output
|2012||Member of the Program Committee, Int. Conf. on Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS 2012), Rome, Italy, 24-27 July, 2012|
|2011||Member of the Program Committee, Int. Conf. on Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS 2011), Seville, Spain, July 2011.|
|2010||Member of the Program Committee, International Conference on Wireless Applications and Computing (WAC 2010), Freiburg, Germany, July 2010|
|2010||Member of the Program Committee, Int. Conf. on Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS 2010), Athens, Greece, July 2010.|
|2009||Member of the Program Committee, Int. Conf. on Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS 2009), Milan, Italy, July 2009.|
|2008||Member of the Program Committee, IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS 2008),Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 2008.|
|2007||Member of the Program Committee, IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2007.|
|2006||Member of the Program Committee, International Conference on Wireless Information Networks and Systems (WINSYS 2006), Setubal, Portugal, Aug 2006.|
|2005||Member of the Technical Program Committee, 1st International Conference on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Broadband Communications (AusWireless'06), Sydney, Australia, Mar 2006.|
Top 10 Publications
|Dyadyuk V., Bunton J., Pathikulangara J., Kendall R., Sevimli O., Stokes L., Abbott D. “A Multi-Gigabit Mm-Wave Communication System with Improved Spectral Efficiency”, IEEE Trans. on MTT, Vol 55, Issue 12, Part 2, pp. 2813-2821, Dec. 2007.|
|Dyadyuk V., Huang X., Stokes L., Pathikulangara J., Weily A. R., Nikolic N., Bunton J. D., Guo Y. J., “Adaptive Antenna Arrays for Ad-Hoc Millimetre-Wave Wireless Communications”, In: M. Khatib, ed. Advanced Trends in Wireless Communications, Chapt. 6, pp.93-116, InTech, 2011.|
|Dyadyuk V., Guo Y. J., Bunton J. D., “Enabling Technologies for Multi-Gigabit Wireless Communications in the E-band”, In: Fares S. A, and F. Adachi, eds. Mobile and Wireless Communications: Network layer and circuit layer design, In-TECH, Chapt.13, pp. 263-280, 2010.|
|Dyadyuk V., Archer J. W., Stokes L., “W-Band GaAs Schottky Diode MMIC Mixers for Multi-Gigabit Wireless Communications”, In: Agbinya, J. I. and others, eds. Advances in Broadband Communication and Networks: River Publ., Denmark; Chapter 4, pp. 73-103, 2008.|
|Dyadyuk V., Stokes L., Nikolic N., Weily A. R., “Demonstration of Adaptive Analogue Beam Forming in the E-band”, Journal of the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science (JKIEES), Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 138-144, Sep 2010.|
|Dyadyuk V., Huang X., Stokes L., Pathikulangara J., “Implementation of Wideband Digital Beam Forming in the E-band”, International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, Vol 3, issue 03, pp. 259-266, June 2011.|
|Dyadyuk V., Stokes L., Merkle T.,” Experimental evaluation of the E-band multi-chip modules integrated using laminated LCP substrates”, IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium 2011, Microwave Workshop Series on Millimeter Wave integration Technologies (IMWS 2011), pp.616-619, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, Sep 2011.|
|Dyadyuk, V. and Guo, Y. J. "Towards multi-gigabit ad-hoc wireless networks in the E-band", Global Symposium on Millimeter Waves (GSMM2009), Conf. Proc., IEEE; 2009, paper 1569188415, pp. 1-4, 20-22, Sendai, Japan, Apr 2009.|
|Huang X., Guo Y. J., Zhang A., Dyadyuk V., “A Multi-Gigabit Microwave Backhaul”, IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 50, Issue 3, pp. 122-129, Mar 2012.|
|Guo Y. Jay, Huang Xiaojing, Dyadyuk Val, "A Hybrid Adaptive Antenna Array for Long Range mm-Wave Communications", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, Vol. 54, No. 2,pp. 271-282, April 2012|
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