I am a scientist with expertise in complex and nonlinear systems modeling, scientific computing, and software development. My scientific interests cover a range of subjects in non-linear physics, biophysics, and electrochemistry. My work also entails a lot of applied maths and development and/or implementation of numerical methods, with a significant focus on differential equations, optimization, and control methods.
As the Chief Technology Officer at Sendyne Corp., I take care of all things modeling and simulation related. I am actively involved in the development of Sendyne products for battery simulations and IoT scientific computing. I also work on the various software components for Sendyne embedded applications (e.g., hardware abstraction layers and algorithms design and implementation).
Some projects I am involved in:
- CellMod: high-accuracy simulation and parameters extraction (model optimization) tool for lithium-ion battery that can predict cell and pack behavior.
- dtSolve: differential equations (ODEs and DAEs) and optimization toolbox for embedded and desktop hardware, that makes it possible to efficiently implement model simulations and model-based control in IoT devices.
- SIM: isolation monitoring device for high-voltage systems based on advanced and novel algorithms that are effective under active loads.
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