CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences

 

 

Viktor E. BERBYUK

Full Professor, Chair of Mechanical Systems

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Position and Institution

Full Professor, Chair of Mechanical Systems

Mechanical Systems

Division of Dynamics

Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences

Chalmers University of Technology

SE - 412 96, Göteborg, SWEDEN

 

Office : Hörsalsvägen 7A, 3rd Floor, Room 3114

Phone : +46-31-7721516, Mobile: +46-73 034 6265

E-mail: viktor.berbyuk@chalmers.se

Skype: veberbyuk

https://www.chalmers.se/en/staff/Pages/viktor-berbyuk.aspx

 

Academic Degrees

Full Professor (Mechanical Systems), Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2001

Full Professor (Mechanics), Ministry of Education of Ukraine, Kyiv, 1999

Doctor of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics), M. Lomonosov Moscow State University, 1991

Docent/Senior Research Fellow (Mechanics), Academy of Sciences of USSR, 1985

Ph.D. (Physics and Mathematics), M. Lomonosov Moscow State University, 1978

M. Sc. (Mechanics), M. Lomonosov Moscow State University, 1975.

 

University Education (From/to, Position, Name of Institution, Department, Division, Subject):

1970-1975, a student, M. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of mechanics and mathematics, Division of theoretical mechanics, Mechanics;

1975-1978, a Ph.D. student, M. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of mechanics and mathematics, Division of theoretical mechanics, Mechanics.

Research Interest

Basic and applied research on the controlled multibody systems dynamics, modelling and optimization with focus on optimal interaction between inherent dynamics and control for applications to vehicles, machines and mechanisms, their sub-systems and components, often considering multifunctionality of imbedded smart material-based sensors and actuators. Multidisciplinary modelling, global sensitivity analysis and Pareto optimization problems in transport, energy, automation and bioengineering.

Research Focus Area

Ø  Modelling, dynamics, control and Pareto optimization of engineering systems:

Multibody mechanical systems as well as systems with smart structures, in particular system with magnetorheological, magnetostrictive or other smart material-based actuators, sensors and controllers for active technology development.

Ø  Transport:

Vibrations and noise control, adaptive and active suspensions and mounting systems imbedded into vehicles, machines and mechanisms to enhance safety, comfort and energy efficiency.

Ø  Energy:

Energy-optimal control of dynamical systems, mechanical power transmission systems, wind power systems, smart material-based power harvesting from vibration for self-powered sensor clusters, vibration control and condition monitoring systems.

Ø  Robotics and Bioengineering:  

Parallel robots, locomotion systems, intelligent prostheses.

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Last modified: December 2020 by Viktor Berbyuk