Roman VolianskyiAssociate Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Dniprovsk State Technical University, Ukraine
Biography: Roman Volianskyi is currently Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Department at the Dniprovsk State Technical University. He earned his Engineer degree in Electric Drives from Dniprodzerzhinsk State Technical University, Dniprodzerzhinsk, Ukraine, in 1999, his Master degree in Electric Drives in 2000 from the same university, and his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the National Mining University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine in 2005. In his PhD thesis work, he solved the control optimization problem for an electric drive with backlash in gear.
Now his research interests span various areas of optimization and control electromechanical and electrotechnical systems with regular and chaotic dynamics. The most recent achievement is the use of interval math for designing mathematical backgrounds to solve optimization problems for linear and nonlinear dynamical systems with real, complex and hypercomplex terms from a single viewpoint.
He is serving as an editorial member in three international journals as well as has served as reviewer and TPC member on several IEEE conference.
Volianskyi has over 30 refereed publications in international journals and conference proceedings and more then 50 in all-Ukrainian ones.