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.
Legacy of Tunka-Rex Software and Data
P. Bezyazeekov for the Tunka-Rex Collaboration
New insights from old cosmic rays: A novel analysis of archival KASCADE data
D. Kostunin, I. Plokhikh, M. Ahlers, V. Tokareva, V. Lenok, P.A. Bezyazeekov, S. Golovachev, V. Sotnikov, R. Mullyadzhanov and E. Sotnikova
Reconstruction of sub-threshold events of cosmic-ray radio detectors using an autoencoder
P. Bezyazeekov, D. Shipilov, D. Kostunin, I. Plokhikh, A. Mikhaylenko, P. Turishcheva, S. Golovachev, V. Sotnikov and E. Sotnikova for the Tunka-Rex Collaboration