Dr. Kirill Zaychik received his M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia, in 2001. He received his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 2009. After working as a postdoctoral research scientist at the same university for one year, Dr. Zaychik joined Bombardier Aerospace in Montreal, Canada. His experience in industry concentrated in the field of Fly-by-Wire Control Systems design & development. In 2012, Dr. Zaychik joined the faculty at his berth department of Mechanical Engineering at SUNY Binghamton. His research interests include but are not limited to: investigation of human perceptual system, Man-Machine system interaction and human-in-the-loop modeling, application of machine learning techniques in parameter estimation, flight and ground vehicle simulation, transfer of training in healthcare, transport delay compensation. In addition, application of numerical methods in modeling and simulation, design of micro/macro mechanical systems, dynamic system characterization and development of the control laws for small scale mechanical systems are of significant interest. Dr. Zaychik has authored 19 referred technical papers and reports, including technical reports for government agencies like NASA and US Airforce.
- MS, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology PhD, Binghamton University
- Flight and ground vehicle simulation
- man-machine systems control systems (theory and application)
- human operator modeling
- parameter identification
- micro-macro system dynamics analysis