Boris Andrievsky was born in 1949 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Andrievsky received his Diploma degree in electrical engineering (equivalent to M.S. degree) in 1972 from the Leningrad Mechanical Institute (LMI), Saint Petersburg, Russia, and his Ph.D. degree in control engineering in 1979 from the same university. In 2005, Andrievsky obtained his S.D. degree from the Institute for Problems of Mechanical Engineering of Russian Academy of Sciences (IPME RAS), Saint Petersburg, Russia. From 1972 to 2000, he held different positions at LMI, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Since 1998, Andrievsky has been with IPME RAS, where he currently holds a position of a Leading Research Fellow. He also served as a Professor at the ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Since 2011, he has been a Principal Research Fellow (part-time) at Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia, and he has also held the position of a Part-Time Professor at the Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University (LETI), Saint Petersburg, Russia. Andrievsky was a Visiting Researcher at the LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France (September 2003; May 2004; June 2006; June 2007; November 2009; May 2010), at The University of Melbourne, Australia (September–November 2005; October–December 2007), and also at the Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands (August, 2008; March, 2009). Andrievsky researches the fields of adaptive and variable structure control, control of oscillations, computer-aided control systems design, applications to control in aerospace, mechanical systems, and signal processing. Professor Andrievsky is an author and coauthor of more than 210 publications, including 3 monographs and 15 textbooks. Andrievsky is an IEEE Member (2000) and IEEE Senior Member (2004). He is also a Member of The International Physics and Control Society (IPACS), The International Public Association "Academy of Navigation and Motion Control," and IFAC Technical Committee TC 1.2. Since 2009, Andrievsky has been holding the position of Vice Chair at Adaptive and Learning Systems.
Biography Updated on 20 July 2014