University Team

Anton Pyrkin

Anton Pyrkin

Biography

Anton A. Pyrkin, DSc, Associate Professor, Dean of Faculty of Control Systems and Industrial Robotics, Senior Research Associate and Professor of Department of Computer Science and Control Systems of ITMO University. A. Pyrkin has more than 100 publications. Also he is a member of IPACS organizations (The International Physics and Control Society) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

Since 2007, Anton A. Pyrkin has participated in 25 international and 20 All-Russian conferences as the author and the coauthor of articles, the speaker, the reviewer and the member of organizing committee. In 2006, being a student of the 4th  course, he became the winner (among more than 110 participants from 31 universities, 18 cities of the world) in the overall ranking of educational section of the International Baltic Olympic Games on automatic control. In 2007, 2009 and 2011, Dr. Pyrkin became the winner of a competition of grants for students and Ph.D. students of higher education institutions and academic institutes, which are located in the territory of St. Petersburg, and also he was given the rank "The Best Student of ITMO University 2007". In 2008 at the tenth anniversary conference of young scientists "Navigation and Traffic control" he was awarded for the best report submitted by a student. Dr. Pyrkin is a two-time winner of the International student's Olympic Games on automatic control of BOAC, which was held in St. Petersburg in both 2008 and 2010. In 2009, Dr. Pyrkin took part in the First Traditional All-Russian youth summer school "Management, Information and Optimization" to Pereslavl-Zalessky where he was awarded for the best poster and oral presentations. In 2010 at the XII conference of young scientists "Navigation and Traffic control" Dr. Pyrkin became the winner of section with the same name.

In 2008, Dr. Pyrkin won the competition "UMNIK", and in 2010 the competition "START". In 2009 he became the prize-winner (2nd place) of the XII competition of business ideas, scientific and technical developments and research projects "Young. Bold. Promising". In 2010 A. Pyrkin became the winner of a competition within the federal target program "Scientific and Educational Research Personnel of Innovative Russia" for 2009-2013. In 2012 he was awarded with the Youth Prize of St. Petersburg.

In 2009, Dr. Pyrkin participated in a one-month internship in University of California in San Diego, USA, working for Professor Miroslav Krstich, world famous scientist in the field of Adaptive Management and Delay.

 
Map Building plans

Content © 1993–2017 ITMO University
Development © 2014 Department of Information Technologies
General regulations of Information Use