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.
- 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.
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.