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Lobanov Andrey Vasilyevich



Academic degree: Candidate of Technical Sciences
Academic title: none

Main place of work: NPP "Spetskabel"
Position: General Director

Lobanov Andrey Vasilyevich was born on June 29, 1953. In 1977 he graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute with a degree in Electrical Insulation and Cable Engineering. After graduation, he worked in a Special design bureau of the cable industry. From 1997 to the present, he has been the General Director of the research and production enterprise "Spetskabel". In 984 he defended his thesis for the degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences on the topic "Semi-rigid precision miniature radio frequency cables".

Lobanov A.V. is one of the leading specialists in the cable industry, who has made a significant contribution to the development of electrical insulation and cable science and technology.

He himself and under his leadership developed a wide range of designs of radio frequency cables for communication systems, aerospace, defense, and other important sectors of the economy. With the direct participation of A.V. Lobanov and under his scientific supervision, theoretical and experimental studies were carried out, which created the basis for the development and introduction into production of new types of special cables that had no analogues in the domestic industry. Among the most important developments in this area are: a series of cables for targeted fire protection systems, a series of cables for industrial RS-485 interface, a series of cables for industrial automation (Profibus networks), a series of fire-resistant cables for fire alarm systems and nuclear power plant security systems. Currently, he heads a complex of works on the development of a series of fire-resistant cables for high-speed data transmission.

He has 14 patents for inventions and utility models. He published 19 printed works. In the editorial board of the journal, he conducts topics on high-frequency cables for communication and information systems.

For the development of a series of miniature radio frequency cables, he was awarded the VDNH medal.