Completed his master studies in 2012 at Novosibirsk State University, Department of Information Technologies. Has since been teaching courses on embedded systems and microcontroller programming for NSU students and researching the field as part of prof. Zyubin's team, Laboratory of Cyber-Physical Systems, Institute of Automation and Electrometry SB RAS. Participated and lead multiple projects in embedded systems and programming languages development. Supervised nine successful student thesis projects at NSU. Currently pursuing a PhD in computer science at IA&E.
Research interests: embedded software design methods, microcontroller programming, domain-specific programming languages, program semantics, source code ergonomics, code analysis and reverse engineering.
Towards safe cyber-physical systems: the Reflex language and its transformational semantics14th IEEE International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON-2019). Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics, Tomsk. P.1–6., April 2019
Model-Driven Methods to Design of Reliable Multiagent Cyber-Physical SystemsProceedings of MACSPro 2019 : Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems and Processes, Vienna, Austria, 2019
Reflex Language: a Practical Notation for Cyber-Physical SystemsSystem Informatics 12 (2018), pp. 84–104, 2018
A hyperprocess-based approach in Arduino programmingInternational Conference on Advanced Technology & Sciences (ICAT’15), Antalya, August 2015
Process-oriented programming language for MCU-based automationIEEE International Conference on Control and Communications, SIBCON-2013, Krasnoyarsk, 2013
Cyber-Physical Systems Lab Researcher