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Lyshevski received his MS and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine, in 1980 and 1987, respectively.
From 1980 to 1993, he held research and faculty positions at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Kiev Polytechnic Institute, and the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine.
From 1989 to 1992, he was the Microelectronic and Electromechanical Systems Division Head at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. From 1993 to 2002, Dr. Lyshevski was an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University.
In 2002, he joined Rochester Institute of Technology as a Professor of Electrical Engineering. He served as a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the U.S. Department of State Fulbright Program.
Dr. Lyshevski is a full professor faculty fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratory, U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, and U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center.
Dr. Lyshevski has authored and co-authored 16 books, 14 handbook chapters, 80 journal articles, and more than 300 refereed conference papers. He has edited encyclopedias and handbooks. Lyshevski conducted more than 75 invited tutorials, workshops, and keynote talks.
As a principal investigator (project director), he performed contracts and grants for high-technology industry (Allison Transmission, Cummins, Delco, Delphi, Harris, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, General Dynamics, General Motors, etc.), the U.S. Department of Defense (Air Force Research Laboratory
Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Office of Naval Research, and Air Force), and government agencies (Department of Energy, Department of Transportation, and National Science Foundation).
He conducts research and technology developments in cyber-physical systems, microsystems, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), mechatronics, control, and electromechanical systems.
Dr. Lyshevski made a significant contribution to the design, deployment, and commercialization of advanced aerospace, automotive, and naval systems.
With the emergence of new technologies, a mechatronic paradigm has become increasingly important in the design of electromechanical and mechanical systems [1–9].
These systems are used in cars, consumer electronic devices, energy and power systems, flight vehicles, robots, medical devices, etc.
Electromechanical systems comprise electromechanical motion devices, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), sensors, transducers, microelectronic and electronic components, etc.
Devices, components, modules, and subsystems are designed, fabricated, and integrated using different technologies. Enabling mechatronic-centric technologies and advanced electromechanical systems are critical in various applications.
The high-performance electromechanical systems are designed and fabricated using new paradigms, such as information technology, MEMS, nanoscale microelectronics, and nanotechnology.
A spectrum of challenges and open problems in system and technology integrations may be solved using mechatronics.
These grand challenges, as well as a drastic increase in user-configured electromechanical systems, result in the need for basic, applied, and experimental findings.
Hence, basic engineering physics, underlying engineering design, application-specific findings, new technologies, and physical implementation are covered in this textbook.
Applied and experimental results, control premises, and enabling hardware solutions are reported.
The major objective of this book is to empower engineering design and enable a deep understanding of engineering underpinnings and integrated technologies.
The modern description of electromechanics, electromechanical motion devices, electronics, MEMS, and control is provided.
This book covers the frontiers of electromechanical engineering and science by applying basic theory, emerging technologies, advanced software, and enabling hardware. We demonstrate the application of the underlying fundamentals in designing systems.
This book is aimed to (1) Consistently cover engineering science and engineering design; (2) Educate and help one to develop strong problem-solving skills and design proficiency; (3) Ensure an in-depth presentation and consistent coverage.
(4) Empower the end-user with adequate knowledge in concurrent engineering. Recent innovations and discoveries are reported.
The emerging technologies and enabling hardware further enable mechatronics, and the recent developments are empowered by mechatronics. This textbook fosters adequate knowledge and expertise generation, retention, and use.
A wide range of worked-out problems, examples, and solutions are treated thoroughly. This bridges the gap between the theory, practical problems, and hardware-software codesign.
Step by step, one is guided from the theoretical foundation to advanced application and implementation. To enable analysis, MATLAB® and Simulink® with various application-specific environments and toolboxes are used.
The book demonstrates the MATLAB capabilities, helps one to master this environment, studies examples, and helps increase designer productivity by showing how to apply the advanced software.
MATLAB offers a set of capabilities to effectively solve a variety of problems. One can modify the studied problems and apply the reported results to application-specific practical problems. Our results provide solutions for various modeling, simulation, control, optimization, and other problems.
This book can be used in core and elective courses in electrical, mechanical, industrial, chemical, systems, control, and biomedical engineering programs.
By using this textbook, the following undergraduate and graduate courses can be taught:
Our nation’s success in developing practical engineering solutions, discovering technology-centric platforms, and deploying new technologies requires consistent strategies in how academia educates and trains students.
Recent economic, geopolitical, ecological, and societal developments have culminated in awareness on the needs of sustainable scientific, engineering, and technological developments in electromechanical systems, energy sources, power systems, energy management, etc.
Discoveries and innovations can be accomplished by highly educated and trained researchers, engineers, practitioners, and students.
Enabling discoveries, comparable to those made by Michael Faraday, James Watt, Nicola Tesla, Nikolaus Otto, or Rudolf Diesel, may emerge.
Many engineering disciplines are tangentially related to the solution of extremely important and challenging problems of national importance, such as the following:
Mechatronics directly contributes to these problems. New technologies, energy independence, affordability, sustainability, manufacturing advancements, technological superiority, innovations, security, and safety are enabled by mechatronics.
The integration challenges can be solved. Core information technologies, electromechanics, electronics, control, and energy areas are at the forefront, not at the periphery.
The contemporary modernism may be inadequate to cope with economic, manufacturing, security, technological, and other challenges.
Therefore, the need for technology-centric engineering science and engineering design is significantly strengthened.
The author hopes that readers will enjoy this book and provide valuable suggestions.
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