ICS RAS L.7 V.A. Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences
Laboratory 7
Adaptive and Robust Systems

Last modified Sep 20, 2006

Pavel S. Shcherbakov

P. Shcherbakov Birth:  Aug 3, 1958.

Position:
Leading Researcher

Office Address:
Institute of Control Sciences RAS
65 Profsoyuznaya str., 117997 Moscow, Russia
Tel: (+7-495) 334-7641
Fax: (+7-495) 420-2016, (+7-495) 334-9340
Email:  sherba ipu.ru

Education:
  • 2004 Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics (Highest scientifical degree in Russia) - Institute for Control Sciences.
  • 1991 Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics from Institute of Control Science, Moscow. Thesis title: "Matrix Estimators with Applications to Stochastic Optimization Problems"
  • 1988 Postgraduate degree in System Analysis from Institute of Control Science, Moscow
  • 1980 M.S. in Applied Mathematics from Moscow Institute of Transportation, Dept. of Applied Mathematics

Areas of Interest:
  • Robust analysis and design, Probabilistic approach to robustness;
  • Control;
  • Recursive estimation;
  • Optimization methods;
  • Stochastic optimization;
  • Matrix estimation.

Visiting Positions:
  • Sep'06; Oct'05: Research Visitor, IEIIT-CNR, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • Sep'02-Feb'03: Senior Research Fellow at IRITI-CNR, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • Apr-Jun'02: Senior Research Associate, Case Western Reserve University, USA
  • Sep-Dec'00; Dec'99; Nov'98-Jan'99; Apr-Jun'98; Feb-Apr, Oct-Nov'96: Lecturer, Research Associate, Honorary Fellow at the ECE Dept., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
  • Mar-May'94: Academic Visitor at the Univ. of Reading, UK, Dept. of Cybernetics
  • Sep'93-Feb'94: Fulbright Visiting Fellow, Center for Systems Science, Yale Univ., USA

Teaching Experience:
  • 2006 Institute of Control Science, Moscow; Moscow Physical-Technical Institute. Some problems of control theory.
  • 2003 Institute of Control Science, Moscow; Moscow Physical-Technical Institute. A course in control theory.
  • 2000 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. Graduate course "Linear Systems" (ECE-717)

Industrial Experience:
Department of Mathematics and Economic Research, Russian Railroad Transportation Ministry. Development and maintenance of computerized reservation system.

Selected Awards:
  • 2003Contest of projects, Institute of Control Science, Moscow. Project title: "Numerical methods in robustness of control systems"
  • 2001 NATO-CNR Outreach Fellowship. Project title: "Approximate feasibility of robustness problems in control theory," Sep'02 - Feb'03, IRITI-CNR, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • 1999 The A.M.Letov Award. Project title: "New methods for low-order controller design" (in collaboration with B.T.Polyak, O.N.Kiselev, A.N.Vishnyakov)
  • 1993 Fulbright Scholarship Award. Project title: "Neural networks in robustness problems and stochastic approximation," Sep 1993 - Feb 1994, Yale University, USA
  • 1989 Best Project Prize at the Contest of Institute for Control Science, Moscow. Project title: "Robust Stability and Modality" (in collaboration with Ya.Z.Tsypkin, B.T.Polyak, N.P.Petrov)

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