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User:Aliaksei Petsiuk

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Academic and Professional Background[edit]

Completed Bachelor's program in Robotics and Master's program in Physics. I also have practical experience in development of heterogeneous multisensor systems, intelligent electromechanical and remote sensing equipment.

In collaboration with aerospace engineers was acquired experience in electronic scientific equipment development, from single parts and modules to whole assemblies and systems, oriented to work in space conditions, considering conditions of the space vacuum and wide temperature range. Each development stage was studied, from documentation and mechanical parts design to software development, calibration and operation testing.

Were developed such systems and complexes as multicomponent apparatus for magnetic field vector determination, multichannel system for sounding the atmosphere in UV and optical bands, thermal control equipment for scientific spacecraft equipment, ionizing radiation detection modules.

Current Research Projects[edit]

Currently pursuing a PhD degree at Michigan Technological University. I am glad to be a part of the research teams of Dr. Joshua Pearce and Dr. Michael Roggemann.

Main research focus is monitoring and closed loop control in additive manufacturing processes.

EE5777 Open-source 3-D printing[edit]

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Research Interests[edit]

  • robotics
  • computer vision
  • control systems
  • artificial intelligence
  • additive manufacturing
  • open source hardware