On September 25, the Kazan National Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev (KAI) held a meeting of the D 212.079.10 dissertation council for the defense of dissertations for a Candidate Degree in Sciences. A senior lecturer of the Intelligent Robotics Department and an employee of the Laboratory of intelligent robotic systems of the Higher Institute of Information Technologies and Intelligent Systems (ITIS) of KFU Roman Lavrenov presented a report on the work implemented in the dissertation research under the scientific supervision of professor Evgeni Magid. The Commission approved the positive conclusion of the Commission on compliance of the thesis issue of Roman Lavrenov for the Candidate Degree of Technical Sciences on the "Mathematical and software solutions for multi-criteria path search for a mobile object" topic with the profile of the D 212.079.10 dissertation council and the declared topic. Official opponents were appointed and the defense date was set for December 11, 2020.
The purpose of Roman’s dissertation research is to solve the problem of finding the optimal spline trajectory among several homotopy classes, taking into account a set of optimality criteria for ground-based autonomous robotic platforms. The main results on the topic of the thesis are presented in 12 publications, 4 of which are published in journals recommended by the Supreme Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation, 7 are published in scientific periodicals indexed by Web of Science and Scopus, 2 are published in the abstracts (all-Russian seminars of “Unmanned vehicles with artificial intelligence elements” (2016 and 2017)). In addition, an evidence of official registration of computer programs was obtained.