Head of Intelligent Robotic Systems Laboratory (LIRS) and Head of Intelligent Robotics Department at Higher Institute for Information Technology and Information Systems, Kazan Federal University.
In 2002 Evgeni Magid graduated from the Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science, in 2006 received Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics at the Israel Institute of Technology "Technion". Evgeni's research interests were focused on the tasks of robot navigation based on sensor data and path planning in 2-D environment. In 2011, Evgeni defended thesis on robotics and received PhD degree at the Tsukuba University. From 2011 to 2014 he worked as a research assistant in leading research institutes and universities of the world, including the National Institute of Advanced Technical Sciences and Technology (Japan), the Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute (USA) and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory at the University of Bristol (UK).
Evgeny is the founder of the Laboratory of Intelligent Robotic Systems and the Institute of Robotics at the University of Innopolis.
Since 2016, Evgeni Magid heads the Laboratory of Intelident Robotic Systems of the Higher School of ITIS KFU. He is the author of more than 200 publications in Russian, English and Japanese, the h-index is 14. The general citation of Evgeni's works in international publications in English has more than 1300 citations. In 2010, he became a finalist in the category Robo-Cup "Award for the best article" at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. He speaks Hebrew, English and Japanese.
Elvira graduated from the Kazan State Pedagogical University with a degree in mathematics and informatics. In 2010 she defended PhD thesis on the specialty 01.01.02 "Differential equations, dynamical systems and optimal control". In 2020 she graduated from the Higher Institute of Information Technology and Intelligent Systems of the Kazan State Federal University with a master's degree in robotics.
In 2013 Roman graduated from the Kazan Federal University in the field of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. In 2012-2013 he was engaged in software development for APK "Labyrinth" ar KB "Navigation Technologies". From 2013 to 2015 Roman worked on the software development for the robotic system of machine vision at "Eidos-Robototechnika".
From 2015 to 2016 Roman worked as a assistant researcher at the Laboratory of Intellectual Robotic Systems of the University of Innopolis, where he was one of the main executors of the project "Localization, mapping and searching for a path for an unpiloted ground robot (UGR) with the help of a group of unpiloted aerial vehicles (UAV) using collective technical vision and planning in the common trust area of a group of robots ". Roman continues working on the project at the Higher School of ITIS KFU. Roman is a C ++ specialist and has extensive experience of working with databases. Roman speaks English.
As a graduate student, he became a laureate of the competition "Student of the Year 2018" at the Kazan Federal University. The author of the best publication of the All-Russian Scientific Seminar "Unmanned vehicles with artificial intelligence elements" and the International scientific conference IEEE DeSE-2019. Winner of the competition "10 best innovative ideas of KFU" (2017). Winner of the republican competition "Idea-1000" (2018). Winner of the All-Russian competition among programming teachers "VK Fellowship" (2020). Nominee for the KFU Rector's Scholarship for Young Scientists (2019). Author of 7 certificates of state registration of computer program and 1 patent. He was officially trained in programming industrial robots "Fanuc", "ABB", "KUKA". n 2020 he defended PhD thesis on the specialty 05.13.18 "Mathematical modeling, numerical methods and program complexes".
In 1996 Sergey graduated from the Physics Faculty of Kazan State University after V.I.Ulyanov-Lenin. Sergey was qualified as a radiophysicist. The field of scientific interests is the physics of the sporadic E layer and the dynamics of the neutral wind in the region of heights of the upper mesosphere-lower thermosphere.
In 2004 he defended thesis "Variations in the parameters of the layer Es and meso-thermospheric light according to geo-helioactivity" for the degree of Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, specialty 25.00.29 "Physics of the atmosphere and hydrosphere."
In 2012 Tatyana graduated from "International Area Studies" Master's Degree Program at Tsukuba University. In 2008 - 2009 worked as a junior coordinator for the JICA Project "Capacity Development Project for monitoring landslides in the Republic of Uzbekistan", in 2011 - 2012 coordinator for foreign students affairs at Tsukuba University in Japan, 2014 administrative manager in the travel company InsideAsiaTours in the UK. She speaks English, Japanese and Chinese languages. PhD student in Robotics since 2018.
In 2014 Ramil graduated from the Physics and Mathematics Lyceum №83 with a gold medal. In 2018 received his bachelor's degree with the speciality of “Applied Information Science” from the Institute of Information Technologies and Intelligent Systems (ITIS) of Kazan Federal University (KFU). In 2020 he obtained a master's degree with honours in Robotics. Ramil speaks English, Tatar and Arabic languages. Ramil is involved in scientific research work on computer vision. Also he works with such software languages, as C/C++, Java, Python, Haskell, Rust and SQL. In 2019 received master's degree in Robotics.
In 2020 Ramil won the scholarship of the Mayor of Kazan competition and became a laureate of the "Student of the Year" KFU competition in the nomination "Best Postgraduate of the Year".
Graduated from the comprehensive school with a gold medal. In 2018 obtained a bachelor degree in Philology from Kazan Federal University (KFU). In 2020 she completed a master master's degree in Education at KFU. Lilia deals with LIRS project activities and superwise the "Human-Robot Interaction" research area. She speaks English and Tatar languages. Best student paper award 2019 at the International conference IEEE DeSe-2019.
In 2017 graduated from the Riza Fakhretdin Gymnasium №1 of Almetyevsk and started her studies toward a Bachelor degree at the Kazan Federal University, the Institute of International Relations. Currently Anzhelika is a third year Bachelor degree student. She is responsible for administrative and research support at LIRS. Anzhelika speaks English, German and Tatar languages.
In 2014 Artur graduated from the "Secondary school No. 27" in Naberezhnye Chelny. In 2019 received his bachelor's degree with the speciality of “Applied Information Science” at the Institute of Information Technologies and Intelligent Systems of KFU. The same year he was enrolled in master program in Intelligent Robotics. Artur speaks English. Artur is engaged in research work at LIRS in the direction of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Also he works with such software languages, as C/C++, Java, Python, SQL, PHP, Ruby (Ruby on Rails).
In 2016 graduated from the comprehensive school. In the same year, he started his study at the Institute of Information Technologies and Intelligent Systems (ITIS) of Kazan Federal University (KFU). Since 2020, he is a student of the "Intelligent Robotics" Master's program at the Institute of ITIS KFU. Since 2017 he has been engaged in research activities of LIRS. Bulat is the author of several robotics articles, one of which was presented at the international scientific conference ICRA (one of the leading conferences in robotics). He speaks English and Tatar languages. Has experience with programming languages: Assembler x86, С, С ++, Python, Java.
In 2017 graduated from the multidisciplinary lyceum №1 of Magnitogorsk and started her studies toward a bachelor degree with the speciality of "Software engineering" at the Institute of Information Technologies and Intelligent Systems of KFU. Currently Arina is a third year Bachelor degree student. She is engaged in scientific research at LIRS on an anthropomorphic robot. Arina speaks English language, programming languages: Java, C ++, C#, SQL.