Samary I. Baranov received his M.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Electrotechnical University (S.-Petersburg) in 1962, Ph.D. degree (1966) and Doctor of Sc. degree (1973) in Computer Engineering from Institute of Precise Mechanics and Optics (S.-Petersburg). From 1962 to 1975 he worked in the electronics industry. In 1975 he joined the Computer Engineering Department of the Institute of Precise Mechanics and Optics (S.-Petersburg) as a Professor.
In 1991, he joined the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Beer-Sheva (Israel). From 1991 he is a professor of Computer System Department and the Head of the Center of VLSI Design in the College for Technological Education (Holon), affiliated with Tel Aviv University. He also lectures at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Beer Sheva
His research interests are in various aspects of computer-aided design of integrated circuits, with particular emphasis on VLSI, applied automata theory, switching theory, and theory of schemes of programs. He is an author of nine books and more than 70 papers (mainly in Russian). His latest book "Logic Synthesis for Control Automata", was published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in 1991.
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