Pavel Bezyazeekov

Pavel Bezyazeekov


Research Groups

Biography

Experimental astrophysics specialist (hardware, data processing). Studied at the Faculty of Physics, ISU (specialist diploma, microelectronics), in PhD course at ISTP SB RAS (radiophysics) and at ISU (radiophysics).
Since 2013 I worked in the Tunka-Rex collaboration (data processing and detector hardware support). In the frame of the mobility programmes worked at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (2014 and 2018-2019) and Institute of Nuclear Research RAS (2020). 
During this work I participated in the development of a technique of reconstruction primary particle parameters by Tunka-Rex data, training an autoencoder neural network for noise filtering, and deploying the Tunka-Rex Virtual Observatory.
Also I worked on the Tunka-21cm experiment, aimed to detection of cosmological radiation using digital antenna arrays.

Research interests: high energy astrophysics, radio astronomy, machine learning.
 

Publications

Legacy of Tunka-Rex Software and Data

December 2021

P. Bezyazeekov for the Tunka-Rex Collaboration

The 5th International Workshop on Deep Learning in Computational Physics (DLCP2021) - Short papers

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New insights from old cosmic rays: A novel analysis of archival KASCADE data

August 2021

D. Kostunin, I. Plokhikh, M. Ahlers, V. Tokareva, V. Lenok, P.A. Bezyazeekov, S. Golovachev, V. Sotnikov, R. Mullyadzhanov and E. Sotnikova

PoS ICRC 2021 (2021) 319

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Reconstruction of sub-threshold events of cosmic-ray radio detectors using an autoencoder

August 2021

P. Bezyazeekov, D. Shipilov, D. Kostunin, I. Plokhikh, A. Mikhaylenko, P. Turishcheva, S. Golovachev, V. Sotnikov and E. Sotnikova for the Tunka-Rex Collaboration

PoS ICRC 2021 (2021) 223

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