Stanislav Emelianov

Emel’ianov, Stanislav Vasil’evich


Born May 18, 1929, in Voronezh. Soviet scientist in the field of automated control. Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1970). Became a member of the CPSU in 1962.

In 1952, Emerianov graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute. He created a new line of development in the theory of automated control—the theory of systems with variable structure. Such systems are used to control nonstationary units, as in building movement control systems of aircraft and in the automatic landing system of the supersonic passenger aircraft Tu-144. Systems with variable structure are also used in the metallurgical, chemical, and food industries. Emel’ianov is engaged in the elaboration of methodological principles for control of developing systems. He was awarded the Lenin Prize in 1972.


Teoriia sis tern s peremennoi strukturoi. Moscow, 1970.
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The ability to provide phantoms that are capable of mimicking desired properties of soft tissue is critical to advance the development of new, more-accurate imaging technologies," said Stanislav Emelianov of the University of Texas at Austin and co-author of a paper appearing in the Optical Society's (OSA) open-access journal Biomedical Optics Express that describes an improved method for fabricating tissue phantoms.
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