Beshta Alexander Stepanovich
Corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
Position: vice rector for science of NMU Other positions: professor Academic title: Corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, professor Academic degree: Doctor of Technical Sciences Tel.: 0562-47-32-09 E-mail: Room: 4/47
Professor A.Beshta delivers lectures on "Electric drive in metallurgy" and "Electric drive theory" (in English).
The main research field comprises electromechanical systems and electric power conversion in mining and metallurgical industry. The scientific work headed by professor Beshta is conducted in the following areas:
6 regular scientific employees, 3 postgraduate student, 6 assistants, 4 associate professors and 3 professors, 10 students are headed by professor Beshta. In recent 10 years 2 doctoral and 4 candidate theses were defended, to this moment 2 candidate theses are prepared to defend.
During his work at NMU he has published more than 140 scientific papers, 6 monographs on the efficient use of energy potential of geotechnical systems, parameters identification of complex electromechanical systems in solving energy, resource saving problems, theoretical and practical experience of energy saving by means of electric drive and issues of electromagnetic compatibility, 5 copyright certificates, 16 patents of Ukraine, 3 textbook devoted to automated electric drive in metallurgical production.
• Reutlingen University of Technology and Economics, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Freiberg Mining Academy (2005);
• Excel International, Japan International Cooperation Agency (Osaka, Japan, 2010)
• VACON Company (Vaasa, Finland, 2011).
Born in 1957. In 1979 he graduated from the National Mining University (at that time - Dnepropetrovsk Mining Institute). After graduating from NMU he worked for three years at the plant. Doctor of technical sciences (2001), professor (2002), Head of electric drives department, the Dean of Electrical engineering faculty (2002), Vice-rector for science (2006). He has been working at NMU since 1982.