Graduated in 2016 from the St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University with a bachelor degree in Applied Mathematics.
Graduated in 2018 from the St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University with a master degree in Software Engineering.
Now - PhD student
Konstantin teaches the discipline "Programming" for first-year students of SPbSTU LETI.
He is a co-author of online courses:
Duckietown is an open research project in autonomous robotics domainProject supervisor: Kirill Krinkin
International Scientific Journal Industry 4.0, January 2020
The paper describes the definitions of industry 4.0 and the factors that influence their formation. It describes the areas that it affects and which are involved in the formation of a new generation industry. Paper also discusses problems that arise in areas related to industry 4.0 when combining them and possible ways to solve them, especially the organization of the production process. Making a focus on properties of software for industrial devices.
Архитектура программных систем в контексте технологий Индустрии 4.0Сборник докладов XXII Международной конференции по мягким вычислениям и измерениям (SCM-2019), 2019
Mobile Robot Algorithms Laboratory Researcher