The ASPL Team

Todor Ganchev, PhD, Associate Professor

Assoc. Prof. Todor Ganchev, PhD, is the Head of the Applied Signal Processing Laboratory.

Apr. 2016: Joined the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering at TU-Varna.

Dec. 2015: Faculty member of the Faculty of Automation and Computing, TU-Varna.

Oct. 2012: Faculty member of the Department of Electronics, TU-Varna.

Nov. 2005: Ph.D. degree from the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Patras, Greece.

Jul. 1993: Diploma Engineer degree in Electrical engineering from the Technical University of Varna, Bulgaria.

Authored/co-authored over 150 scientific publications in the areas of bioacoustics, signal processing, speech and audio processing, pattern recognition, and signal processing applications (cf. Google Scholar, ResearchGate)

Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

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Mariana Shotova, PhD, Assistant Professor

Mariana Shotova, PhD, graduated from the Technical University of Varna in 2005, with specialization on Communication Technology. She earned the MSc degree in Communication Technology in 2007.

2013: PhD degree in Theoretical Foundations of Communication Technology (02.07.01), under "5.3 Communication and Computer Engineering"

2011: Assistant Professor and Faculty member of the Department of Electronics, division "Communication Equipment and Technologies“.

Authored 20 scientific publications and participated in 8 RTD projects, funded by national and EU Programmes.

Her research interests are in the areas of digital signal processing in communications, radio navigation and radiolocation, computer networks and systems, embedded systems.

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Firgan N. Feradov, MSc,  Ph.D. Student at the ASPL

Firgan N. Feradov, MSc, graduated from the Bachelor Electronics program of the Technical University of Varna in 2012.

During his Master study he participated in the Erasmus Exchange Program (01.06.2013 – 15.01.2014) and carried out RTD activities at the Ghent University, Belgium. There he developed his Master thesis “Power conversion stage in dynamics of a cost effective photovoltaic convertor” and in February 2014 earned the MSc degree in Electronics.

In April 2014 he was enrolled for a PhD study in the area of Biomedical electronics. Currently he is working towards his PhD thesis, entitled “Detection of neurological disorders from EEG signals”.

His research interests are in the areas of biomedical electronics, pattern recognition, and signal processing applications.

Member of the IEEE.

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Nikolay T. Dukov, MSc,  Ph.D. Student at the ASPL

Nikolay Dukov, MSc, graduated from the Bachelor Electronics program of the Technical University of Varna in 2012.

During his Master study he participated in the Erasmus Exchange Program (01.06.2013 – 15.01.2014) and carried out RTD activities at the Ghent University, Belgium. There he developed his Master thesis “Battery charger for Li-type batteries for ultra-light electric vehicles” and in February 2014 earned the MSc degree in Electronics.

In April 2014 he was enrolled for a PhD study on design and implementation of machine learning methods with FPGA. Currently he is working towards his PhD thesis, entitled “Design and implementation of biologically motivated neural structures with FPGA”.

His research interests are in the areas of ASIC, FPGA, pattern recognition applications, biomedical electronics and power electronics.

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Prolet Deneva

 

Mrs. Prolet Deneva is an Electrical Engineer graduated from the Dept. of Electronics and Microelectronics at the Technical University of Varna.

May 2016: Enrolled for a PhD study at the Dept. of Automation and Computing.

She is currently working towards her PhD degree in Computer Science and Engineering. The topic of her study is Computational Bioacoustics and she is currently involved in RTD activities related to 1D and 2D parameterizations of bioacoustics signals.

Her research interests are in the area of Digital Signal Processing, Computational Bioacoustics and their applications.