Background and activities

Guennadi A. Kouzaev is a Professor at the Department of Electronic Systems, where he is a member of the Circuit and Radio Systems Group. Professor Kouzaev has a PhD degree in Physics and Mathematics from the Kotelnikov’s Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, USSR Academy of Science, Moscow. He also has a Doctor of Sciences degree in Electrical Engineering from the Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (Technical University).

Research interests

  • Computational Electromagnetics, Microwave Techniques, Applied Topology for  Computing and Electromagnetic Computation
  • High-speed Electronics
  • Microwave Miniature Hardware for Thermal and Chemical Applications
  • Quantum Physics and Electronics
  • Cold Matter and Molecular Modelling, Genomics
  • Processors for Artificial Intelligence Applications

Teaching Activity

  • Microwave Techniques

  • Electromagnetic Wave Propagation

  • Numerical Electromagnetics

  •  Antennas

Recent work experience

  • 2005- present: Professor, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, NTNU
  • 2012/2013: Visiting Sabbatical Professor at the European Laboratory for Nonlinear Sciences-LENS, Florence, Italy
  • 2001-2005: McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  • 2000-2001: Gennum Corp. Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  • 1993-2000:  Professor/Assoc. Professor, Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics- Technical University

Publication and Societal Activity

  • Author or coauthor of more than 200 papers, conference abstracts, teaching materials, patents, and a Springer book on Applications of Advanced Electromagnetics (2012)
  • Editorial Board Member for journals Atoms (Switzerland) and Wave Physics and Radiotechnical Systems (Russia), Int. Journal of Applied Physics, Int. Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EEACS) - Assoc. Editor, WSEAS Transactions on  Circuits and Systems - Co-Editor-in Chief
  • Reviewer or panel reader for several journals and books, including those which are from the IEEE, Elsevier, SPIE, CRC, and Nature Publ.
  • Member of many international conference committees (IEEE, NAUN, WSEAS, SPIE)
  • Member of the IEEE and Tekna (Norway)
  • Invited International Expert at the Russian Science Foundation, German Aerospace Centre (DLR-PT), and ERCIM


  • IET NTNU`s Ambassador Diploma, 2008
  • Russian Government Prize, 1997
  • Soviet Union Prize for Young Scientists, 1990

Scientific, academic and artistic work

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  • Kouzaev, Guennadi. (2015) Electronic control of edge-mode spectrum of integer-hall-effect 2d electron waveguides. arXiv:1506.03294.
  • Ying, Guanwen; Kouzaev, Guennadi. (2015) Eigenmodal Analysis of Anderson Localization: Applications to Photonic Lattices and Bose-Einstein Condensates. arXiv:1509.01139.






  • Kouzaev, Guennadi. (2009) Basics of topological electromagnetics and its applications. International Conference on Aplication of Electrical Engineering . University of Houston-Downtown; Houston. 2009-04-30 - 2009-05-02.
  • Kouzaev, Guennadi. (2009) Co-Design of Quantum and Electronic Integrations by Available Circuit Simulators. International Conference on Recent Advances in Circuits . WSEAS; Rodos. 2009-07-22 - 2009-07-24.
  • Kouzaev, Guennadi. (2009) Communications by vector manifolds. Proceedings of the European Computing Conference.


  • Kouzaev, G; Sand, Karl Jakob. (2008) Quasi-synaptic effect to control the cold matter transfer. NeuroQuantology. vol. 6.
  • Kouzaev, Guennadi; Sand, Karl Jakob. (2008) 3D multicell designs for registering of Bose-Einstein condensate clouds. Modern physics letters B. vol. 22 (25).


  • Kouzaev, Guennadi. (2007) Communications by Vector Manifolds (in print by Springer Verlag). European Computing Conference . WSEAS; Athens. 2007-09-25 - 2007-09-26.
  • Kouzaev, Guennadi; Sand, Karl Jakob. (2007) Inter-wire transfer of cold dressed atoms. Modern physics letters B. vol. 21 (25).
  • Kouzaev, Guennadi; Sand, Karl Jakob. (2007) RF controllable Ioffe-Pritchard trap for cold dressed atoms. Modern physics letters B. vol. 21.