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University Professor of Warsaw University of Technology, Doctor of Science (2019), PhD Eng. (2008), Master of Science (2004).

Work: Faculty of Information and Computer Technology, Zhytomyr State Technological University – 2004-2015, where he held the offices of dean and vice-dean between 2008-2011; Institute of Automatic Control and Robotics, Warsaw University of Technology since 2015.

The scientific research activity regarded several theoretical and experimental topics mainly concerning sensors, measurement, automatic control and robotics. He is currently involved in automation and computer technology, modelling, mathematical models and systems for high-resolution measurements. He got important results in fundamental and practical problems of gyroscopes and navigational instruments mechanics; dynamics of aviation electromechanical systems. He has served as reviewer in international journals and as program committee member in international conferences. He is in the editorial board of several journals and in the International committee of many conferences about automation and information technologies. From this activity he has published more than 150 articles in congress proceedings and in national and international journals, five books and two patents.

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