Danilin Nikolay

Deputy Head of the Scientific Center
Russian Space Systems
Nikolay Danilin was born on November 20, 1937, in Kharkov.
He graduated from Kharkov Higher Aviation and Engineering School (1960), an engineer of the radio technical facilities of the Air Forces.
He is a Dr.Sci.Tech. (1971), a professor (1976), a major general (1987).
He is a winner of the prize of the Minister Council of the USSR (1987), an academician of the Russian and International Engineering Academies, the Tsiolkovsky Academy of Astronautics, the Academy of Quality Problems, a member of the Board of the Russian Society of nondestructive control and technical diagnostics. He is a founder of the theory and methods of nondestructive control of the electronic component base for the long-time active operation of space vehicles and systems.
He is a developer of operational maintenance facilities for flight-design tests of the GLONASS global navigation satellite system for the international stations “Venus-Galley”, “Mars” and others.
Since 1982 – a quality and reliability deputy general director of the Russian Scientific Research Institute of Space Instrument Making.
Since 1992 – Head of the Scientific Centre of Component and Equipment Certification of the Russian Scientific Research Institute of Space Instrument Making.
He is the scientific leader of the programs “Tacis 1996-2005” on the harmonization of the technical requirements of the Russian Space Agency (Roskosmos) and the European Space Agency (Evrokosmos) for the modern space electronic component base.
He is the author of more than 250 scientific works including monographies and books.
He is awarded with the order “For the Service to Homeland in the Armed Forces of the USSR” of the III class (1984).


«Navigation and Information Technologies for Business»
«Developing the Electronic Components Base of Microwave Band of New Generation Navigation Satellites»
The report presents information about modern methods and instrument for using the space electronic components base composed of cased microsystems.  It shows world level of space industry and is the result of combined investigations of Russian Space Systems and Kosmos Komplekt on innovative packaged Microsystems.
Extensive investigations of silicon structures show that in compare with heterostructures  their performance capabilities (high electric charges speed, low noise level at assured high radiation resistance) are worse. Furthermore silicon microelectronics represents parts with great numbers of transistors per die’s unit square with  (1…9 V) rated  voltage and limited frequency range under 10 GHz. Consequently it’s natural to integrate silicon products and heterosemiconductors with “system in package” technology.