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systems engineer

Yakov Frayman, Belarusian systems engineer. Achievements include development of novel learning control scheme for nonlinear, multivariable industrial processes with high influence of noise and disturbances on process behaviour; development of novel competitive ensemble modelling methodology. Grantee, Australian Research Council, since 2004.

Background

Frayman, Yakov was born on October 29, 1958 in Bobruysk, Belarus. Son of Lew and Galina Frayman.

Education

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, State Polytechnic Academy Belarus, Minsk, 1984. MEng., Victoria University of Technology, Footscray, Australia, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science and Information Technology, Deakin University, Burwood, Australia, 1999.

Career

Elec./instrumentation officer Belorussian Tyre Company, Bobruysk, Belarus, 1977—1984, system engineer, 1984—1990, Consultant, Melbourne, Australia, 1991—1996. Researcher Deakin University, Burwood, 1996—1999, research fellow, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of novel learning control scheme for nonlinear, multivariable industrial processes with high influence of noise and disturbances on process behaviour. Development of novel competitive ensemble modelling methodology.

Connections

father:
Lew Frayman

mother:
Galina Frayman