Vyacheslav F. Gubarev, PhD

About

Vyacheslav F. Gubarev is Doctor of Science (1992), Professor, Corresponding member National Academy of Science of Ukraine (2006), Professor of Mathematic Methods of System Analysis Department, Kiev National Technical University, Ukraine, Head of Control Department, Space Research Institute, National Academy of Science, Ukraine.

Professor Gubarev received a Ph.D. (1971) and a D.Sci. (1992) in System Analysis and Automatic Control from Institute of Cybernetic National Academy of Science, Ukraine. He has taken part in several international grants with Russia Academy of Science, Moscow State University and others.

His research interests include mathematical modelling of complex systems, automatic control, estimation and identification, ill-posed mathematical problems, dynamic and control under uncertainty, and spacecraft control systems.

He is part of the editorial staff of several journals including Problemy Upravleniya I Informatiki and Cybernetics and Systems Analysis. He is vice-chairman of the Ukrainian Association of Automatic Control, which is an NMO of IFAC.

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