About me

At the CentraleSupélec campus, Rennes

My name is Stanislav Aranovskiy, I am a researcher in the field of Control Science and Engineering. Since 2017 I am an Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) at CentraleSupélec, (Rennes, France), and a member of the Automatique team at the IETR Laboratory. My research interests are mainly in the fields of adaptive control and estimation, nonlinear systems, and disturbance attenuation.

On this homepage, you will find information about my research activities and projects. You can also see my profiles on Google Scholar and ORCID.

Community activities

    • IEEE Senior Member since 2018.
    • A member of the IFAC Technical Committee 1.2, Adaptive and Learning Systems since 2016.
    • A member of the IEEE Control Systems Society’s Technical Committee on System Identification and Adaptive Control (TCSIAC) since 2018.

Short Bio

I got my Ph.D. (2009) degrees in Systems Analysis and Control from the ITMO University (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) under the supervision of professor Alexey Bobtsov. In 2016 I obtained my Doctor of Science degree, which is a second-grade doctoral degree in Russia.

I was employed by

    • (2009-2012 and 2014-2015) Adaptive and Nonlinear Control Systems Lab at ITMO University (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) coordinated by professors Alexey Bobtsov and Romeo Ortega. At ITMO University, I participated in control design for high-precision electro-mechanical systems and in control of rapid thermal processes. 
    • (2012-2014) Department of Applied Physics and Electronics, Umea University (Umea, Sweden), working with Leonid Freidovich on the Smart Crane project designing control solutions for hydraulic drives.
    • (2015-2017) Non-A team at Inria Lille-Nord Europe (Lille, France), working with Denis Efimov and Rosane Ushirobira. I was involved in the TurboTouch project working with movements modeling and estimation in human-machine interaction.

Starting from 2017, I am an Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) at CentraleSupélec, (Rennes, France), and a member of the Automatique team at the IETR Lab.