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     Date Submitted:23-09-2013
     Last Modified:23-09-2013 (07:51)
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     Current job:MS Graduate /Research Assistant
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsControl Systems, Robotics, Mechatronics
    CV

    Education

    double Master degree

    10. 2011-09.2013

    full-time

    Robotics and Telematics and

    Aerospace Information Technology Departments, 

    Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMUW), Würzburg, Germany

    Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space engineering, Luleå Technical University, Kiruna, Sweden

     

    SpaceMaster: Erasmus Mundus Programme funded by European Commission 

    Major: Automation, Control and Communication of Space Robotics

     

    Master thesis: ‘  Design and Implementation of a 6DOF Control System for an Autonomous Quadrocopter’

     

    Specialist degree

    In “Robots and Robotic Systems” area

    2004-2005 (Honors program)

    1998-2004

    full-time

    Special Robotics and Mechatronics  Department, 

    Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU), Moscow, Russia

    Diploma Cum Laude

    Major:

    Control System Design, Microcontrollers Hardware and Software, Sensors and Actuators for Robotic Systems

    Diploma thesis: ‘An intelligent mechatronic  system for monitoring purposes’

     

    Work Experience

    Research Assistant

    06.2013 – 08.2013

    part-time

    Aerospace Information Technology Department, JMUW, Germany

    Responsibilities:

    Development of 6DOF control system for an autonomous Quadrocopter

    Tasks:

    - development of a mathematical model of a quadrocopter control system in Matlab

    - the control system design using pole-placement approach (Ackerman equation) in Control System Toolbox (CST)

    - code implementation of this controller (C language) for a microcontroller (Atmel)

     

    Teaching Assistant

    09.2008-02.2011

    full-time

    Special Robotics and Mechatronics Department,BMSTU, Moscow, Russia

    Responsibilities:

    Different teaching activities in areas of Mechatronics, Robotics and Control Systems

    Tasks:

    - doing lectures in “Analyses and Control of Technical Systems” course

    - doing seminars and labs in following courses:

    Linear Control Systems” , “Nonlinear Control Systems”,  “Discrete Control Systems”, “Introduction to Robotics” , “Higher Mathematics (special chapters)

    - supervising Bachelor‘s and Master’s student projects and theses

    - development and improvement teaching materials for aforementioned courses

     

    Invited Lecturer

    06.2007-02.2011

    part-time

    Educational Engineering Center, Moscow, Russia

    Responsibilities:

    Doing “High-Precise Industrial Actuator Systems” course (mixed intensive course that involves lectures and practice with industrial equipment)

    Course highlights: basic principles of analysis and design of control systems, actuators and sensors; industrial applications of servo amplifiers, positioning modules, servo motors and PLC’s.

     

    Junior Researcher

    06.2007- 08.2008

    full-time

    Special Robotics and Mechatronics Department, BMSTU, Moscow, Russia

    Responsibilities:

    Analyses and design controllers based on neural-networks for a petal type ultrasonic motor

    Tasks:

    - development of modeling scripts (Matlab)

    - development of a software (C language) for a microcontroller (DSP-pic) for ultrasonic motor analyses in time and frequency domains and the controller implementation

     

     

    Engineer

    06.2005- 05.2007

    full-time

    Special Robotics and Mechatronics Department, BMSTU, Moscow, Russia

    Responsibilities:

    Analyses and design controllers for different plants moved/rotated by different electric motors (brushed DC,  BLDC, stepper motor)

    Tasks:

    - estimation of an appropriate equipment (motors, sensors, amplifiers etc.) based on requirements

    - development of mathematical models for control systems and/or systems identification

    - controllers design and their implementation for a microcontroller (C  and assembler for 8,16, dsPic families)

     

    Laboratory Assistant

    05.2003-05.2005

    part-time

    Special Robotics and Mechatronics  DepartmentBMSTU, Moscow, Russia

    Responsibilities:

    Support laboratories and respective lab equipment

    Tasks:

    - microcontrollers software development

    - development of electrical schemes for lab equipment (P-CAD)

    - soldering and prototyping

     

    Selected projects:

    Simulation Rendezvous between swarm of nanosatellites and a big satellite

    The project was carried out in the framework of research project BayKoSM (space project supported by the Regional Government of Bayern). The task was to simulate rendezvous between several nano satellites and one big satellite. Mathematical model of this rendezvous was developed and implemented in Matlab.

     

    Neural Control System for an Ultrasonic Motor

    The goal of this project was to create adaptive control system for an ultrasonic motor with receiving high precision in positioning (about 2-3 angular seconds). This motor can be described by nonlinear model with unsteady in time parameters. During this project I checked the model, fulfilled identification procedures, created different types of controllers based on sliding mode, pole-placement method, neural networks. These controllers were implemented as a code for simulation (Matlab) and for real on-line control by a microcontroller.

     

    Control System for a stationary robot

    The goal of this project was to create control system for a stationary robot for monitoring restricted areas. The task was to design a controller for this plant and create software for a microcontroller which should not only to control movements of the plant, but also communicate with other devices and set/reset auxiliary devices (e.g. TV camera). During this project mathematical model was created, controller was designed, software for a microcontroller were developed, various electrical equipment were chosen, PCB was designed and tested. Appropriate behavior of the system was adjusted through experiments.

     

    Mobile robot drive train

    Goal of this project was to create control system for two brushed motors that provide motion for mobile robots. During this project appropriate motors, gear box, power amplifiers, and sensors for feedback were chosen. Taking into account chosen elements an electrical scheme was developed and PCB prototyped. Also a controller was designed and appropriate software implemented.

     

    Languages:English fluent, Russian (native speaker), German (B1 level)

    Skills:

    Main fields

    Control Systems Analyses and Design, Control Algorithms Implementation, Embedded Systems, Numerical Methods

    Math

    Matlab + Simulink, Control System Toolbox, System Math Toolbox

    Hardware

    working experience with using motors, sensors, analogue and digital electronics, microcontrollers

    Programming

    C, Assemblers (for microcontrollers and PLCs), Delphi

    Interfaces

    RS-232, I2C, LTP

    Social

    Ability to learn and adapt fast, ability to an independent research work

    Office Applications

    Microsoft Office

     

    Hobbies: History, literature.

     

    References, list of publications, conferences and awards are available on request.


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