ICRSA 2019 Keynote & Plenary Speakers
Prof. Jan Awrejcewicz
Lodz University of Technology, Poland
Biography: Professor Jan AWREJCEWICZ, Full Professor, Head of the Department of Automation, Biomechanics and Mechatronics at Lodz University of Technology, Head of Ph.D. School on 'Mechanics' (since 1996) and of graduate/postgraduate programs on Mechatronics (since 2006). Doctor Honoris Causa of Academy of Arts and Technology (Poland, Bielsko-Biala, 2014) and of Czestochowa University of Technology (Poland, Czestochowa, 2014). Corresponding Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences (since 2016). Recipient of the Humboldt Award (twice). Editor-in-Chief in 3 international journals and member of the Editorial Boards in 90 international journals (23 with IF). Author/co-author of over 775 journal papers and refereed international conference papers and 50 monographs. Editor of 25 books and 28 journal special issues. Principal investigator in 39 research grants by Polish Ministry of Education and Science (21), Committee for Scientific Research (17), National Science Centre (3). Supervisor/co-supervisor of 24 finalized and 6 ongoing PhD theses, 8 habilitation theses and 37 Master/Bachelor theses. Organizer and Head of the series of 14 international conferences Dynamical Systems-Theory and Application (Lodz, 1992-2017) and of 3 international conferences “Mechatronics: Ideas for Industrial Applications” (Warsaw 2012; Lodz, 2014; Gdansk, 2015), Chair of the "International Conference of the Polish Society of Biomechanics" (Lodz, 2014).
His papers and research cover various disciplines of mechanics, biomechanics, applied mathematics, automation, physics and computer oriented sciences, with main focus on nonlinear processes.
For more see www.abm.p.lodz.pl.
Prof. Farshad Khorrami
New York University, USA
Biography: Farshad Khorrami received his Bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering in 1982 and 1984 respectively from The Ohio State University. He also received his Master's degree in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1984 and 1988 from The Ohio State University. Dr. Khorrami is currently a professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at NYU where he joined as an assistant professor in Sept. 1988. His research interests include adaptive and nonlinear controls, robotics and automation, unmanned vehicles (fixed-wing and rotary wing aircrafts as well as underwater vehicles and surface ships), smart structures, large-scale systems and decentralized control, cyber security for cyber-physical systems, and smart grid. Prof. Khorrami has published more than 260 refereed journal and conference papers in these areas. His book on "modeling and adaptive nonlinear control of electric motors" was published by Springer Verlag in 2003. He also has fourteen U.S. patents on novel smart micro-positioners and actuators, control systems, and wireless sensors and actuators. He has developed and directed the Control/Robotics Research Laboratory at Polytechnic University (Now NYU). His research has been supported by the Army Research Office, National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research, DARPA, Air Force Research Laboratory, NASA, and several corporations. Prof. Khorrami has served as general chair and conference organizing committee member of several international conferences. Prof. Khorrami has also commercialized UAVs as well as development of auto-pilots for various unmanned vehicles.
Assoc. Prof. Vsevolod V. Koryanov
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia
Biography: Vsevolod V. Koryanov, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department "Dynamics and flight control of missiles and space vehicles" of Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
In 2011 defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of technical sciences.
In the period from 2011 to 2015 under the European Seventh Framework Programme FP 7 Associate Professor Koryanov is responsible for the international project "Re-entry: inflatable technology development in Russian collaboration", performed Bauman Moscow State Technical University together with the Finnish Meteorological Institute, Lavochkin Space Association and National Institute for Aerospace technology (Spain).
In this work, Vsevolod Koryanov were made the next presentations at international meetings, reporting project participants Helsinki (2012, 2014) Saariselka (2014) and Brussels (2013, 2015) and made three presentations at international conferences 64th International Astronautical Congress, (24-27 September 2013, Beijing, China), 65th International Astronautical Congress, (29 September – 03 October 2014, Toronto, Canada), 40-th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2014, 2-10 August, Moscow, Russia, 66th International Astronautical Congress (12-16 October, 2015, Jerusalem, Israel). And make reports in this scientific field at: 67th International Astronautical Congress, IAC 2018; 01-05 October 2018, Bremen, Germany.
Member of the International Nonprofit Association of Specialists in Engineering: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (2015-2016).
Keywords of the main scientific directions - motion dynamic, numerical simulation, modeling, guidance, navigation and control, flexible inflatable structures, innovative materials, orbital movement, spacecraft, landing vehicle, asymmetry, resonance, spatial motion.