Who is who
Chairman of the Council of Evrika Foundation
Academician, Doctor of the technical sciences, Chairman of the Council of Evrika Foundation
Kiril Boyanov was born on the 22nd February 1935 in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 1958 he graduates the Higher institute of machines and electrotechnics (today the Technical university of Sofia) with the specialty “Radiotechnics”. In 1966 he becomes a doctor of sciences at the Higher institute of machines and electrotechnics of Sofia and in 1975 he defends his thesis and becomes a doctor of the technical sciences at the Electrotechnical University of Saint Petersburg, Russia (ЛЭТИ). In 1971 he is elected as an associate professor at the Higher institute of Economics “Karl Marx” (nowadays University of national and world economy) and in 1973 he becomes associate professor in the Institute of Mathematics of the Bulgarian academy of sciences. In 1989 he is elected for a corresponding member of the Bulgarian academy of sciences and in 2003 for academician of the Bulgarian academy of sciences. In 1999-2000 he is a professor at the Helsinki Technological institute. Since 1995 he is a member of the International informatization academy
He conducted seminars in theoretical and measurement electrotechnics at the Technical university of Sofia. He read lectures in calculating machines, electronics, radiotechnical measurements, discrete mathematics, computer’s architecture, and computer networks at the Sofia University “Saint Kliment Ohridski”. He read lectures also at the University of national and world economy and at the New Bulgarian University. He read lectures in Poland – at the International center in Banah, also in Finland – at the technical university of Helsinki, in Aachen, Germany, etc.
He was supervising the dissertations of 32 candidates for doctors of sciences. He is author and co-author of more than 200 scientific publications, 36 books and textbooks, 23 inventors` certificates, 30 popular science articles. He executed and managed over 45 projects at value of more than 100 million Bulgarian leva as well as 50 international and national projects.
He held numerous high positions:
He was a member of numerous scientific and special councils of the Higher commission of attestation, vice-president of the Higher commission of attestation, member of the presidium of the Higher commission of attestation.
He participated in national and international editing bodies. He was a chief editor of “Information Technology and Control” magazine. He is a member of the Union of the Bulgarian scientists since 1960 (secretary general 1990), president of the Bulgarian branch chamber for Informatics and electronic industry (1991-1995), president of UNICOM-B (1992-1999), president of the Bulgarian research and educational network (2009). In the period 1987-1991 he is the Head Bulgarian constructor of personal computers. Since 1997 he is representative of the Bulgarian republic in IF (member of the Management board 1998-2001). He also represents Bulgaria in ICCC, EARN, TERENA and other international organizations.
He is a bearer of international (IFIP-Silver core, IFIP Outstanding Service) and national insignia of honour. He has the Academic award for technical sciences of the Bulgarian academy of sciences in 2000, St. Kiril and St. Metodi order 1st degree, honourable sign “Marin Drinov