Dmitrii Leonidovich Burko – Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor
Dmitrii L. Burko was born in 1981. In 2002 he graduated from the Kharkov National Motor and Road Construction University, Management and Business Faculty, in specialty “Traffic Management and Control”. From 2003 to 2006 Dmitrii L. Burko took a course of graduate study at the Kharkov National Municipal Economy Academy. He has worked till now as the assistant at the Transport System and Logistics Department. In near future he is planning to defend theses for academic degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences in specialty 05.22.01 – “Transport Systems” on subject “Laws of Transport Stream Generation in Largest Cities (Kharkov being Set as Example). Dmitrii L. Burko is a lecturer in the following disciplines: “Passenger Traffic”, “Interaction between Transport Types”, “Service Properties of Transport Facilities”.
Range of scientific interests: traffic management problems
Total number of science-methodological papers: above 20. The most recent research papers are as follows:
1. D.L. Burko. On Issue of Influence of Transport Network Characteristics on Transport Network Functioning Parameters (Kharkov being set as Example) // Bulletin of V. Dal’ East Ukrainian National University — Lugansk, 2011 — No. 5 (159) Part 1 — Pages 174-179.
2. Urban and Regional Ergonomics and Logistics Problems: Monograph / [V.K. Dolia, Yu.O. Davidich, O.O. Lobashov, and others] — Kh.: “NTMT”, 2011 — 201pages
3. Aspects of Ergonomics and Logistics in Urban Transport Systems: Monograph / V.K. Dolia, S.S. Ovchinnikov, K.Ye. Vakulenko, and others] — Kh.: “NTMT”, 2011 — 217pages
4. Approach to Assessment of Prospective Level of Motorization in Cities // Collected research papers “Improvement of Management of Traffic and Carriage of Passengers and Cargoes”. Minsk, 2011- Pages 169-170
5. D.L. Burko. On Issue of Influence of Transport Network Characteristics on Transport Network Functioning Parameters (Kharkov being set as Example) // 2nd International Theory-and-Practice Conference “Problems of Transport Systems and Logistics”, Yevpatoriya, May 4-8, 2011.