Alexander Nebylov

Alexander Nebylov

Alexander Nebylov graduated with honors as an Engineer in Missile Guidance from the Leningrad Institute of Aircraft Instrumentation in 1971. He led many R&D projects in aerospace instrumentation, motion control systems and avionics, and is a scientific consultant for various Russian design bureaus and research institutes. He was awarded the Candidate of Science degree in 1974 and the Doctor of Science degree in 1985, both in Information Processing and Control Systems, from the State Academy of Aerospace Instrumentation. He achieved the academic rank of full professor in the Higher Attestation Commission of the USSR in 1986.

For the last two decades, Dr. Nebylov has been with the State University of Aerospace Instrumentation in St. Petersburg as Professor and Chairman of Aerospace Devices and Measuring Complexes, and director of the International Institute for Advanced Aerospace Technologies. He is an author of fourteen books and numerous scientific papers and has also been a member of the leadership of the IFAC Aerospace Technical Committee since 2002. He has also been a member of the Presidium of the International Academy of Navigation and Motion Control since 1995. In 2006 the title of Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation was bestowed on Prof. Nebylov.

Aerospace Sensors

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Alexander Nebylov

Modern air and space craft demand a huge variety of sensing elements for detecting and controlling their behavior. These sensors often differ significantly from those designed for applications in automobile, ship, railway, and other forms of transportation, and those used in industrial, chemical, medical, and other areas.