Ing.

Stanislav Klusáček

Ph.D.

FEEC, UAMT – Assistant professor

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Ing. Stanislav Klusáček, Ph.D.

Curriculum vitae

Education and academic qualification

2012 - PhD - Cybernetics, Control of Industrial Processes and Measurement, Brno University of Technology (BUT), Czech Republic, Thesis: Methods of technical diagnostics.

2001 - MSc - Electrical Engineering, BUT, Thesis: Measurement of vibration.

Career overview

2011 - till now - researcher, CEITEC BUT - RG Cybernetic in Material Science, Laboratory of Smart Sensors

2006 - till now - assistant Professor and Researcher, FEEC BUT - Department of Control and Instrumentation

2001 – 2005 - research assistant, FEEC BUT- Department of Control and Instrumentation

Pedagogic activities

Supervisor and lecturer in courses: Special Sensors, Measuring techniques for technical diagnostics.

Lecturer in course: Sensors.

Supervised bachelor thesis: 18

Supervised diploma thesis: 25

Approved Ph.D. supervisor by the Scientific Board FEEC BUT (2020).

Scientific activities

Developing and calibration of vibration sensors, vibration measurement, methods of technical analysis and diagnostics (vibration, acoustics, temperature), data acquisition and data processing.

Academic internships abroad

2013 - research stay at Technical University of Denmark, Acoustic Technology Group

University activities

Member: Academic Staff Chamber of the Senate

Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator: Universite D’Angers, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Technical University of Sofia – branch Plovdiv, Technical University of Gabrovo.

Non-University activities

Active sport, mountain hiking, skiing, snowboarding, motorbiking, river boating. 

Industry cooperation

Honeywell International s.r.o., Brno, Czech Republic, Advanced Technology research group, development methods for measuring parameters of MEMS gyroscopes.

ABB s.r.o., Brno, Czech Republic, Technology Centre, development of A/D converters and data processing for voltage and current sensor.

Projects

International Research Projects: (member of research team)

H2020 ECSEL project "SILENSE" - https://silense.eu/

H2020 "Autodrive" - https://autodrive-project.eu/

FP6 EU research projects "CREDO" - https://cordis.europa.eu/docs/results/30/30814/122807321-6_en.pdf

National Research Projects: (member of research team)

TH03010205 - MEMS ESO - MEMS sensors with optical sensing.

TE02000202 - Advanced sensors and sensor data processing methods.

TA03010444 - Medium voltage networks protection system by using of current and voltage sensors with standardised digital interface based on IEC 61850-9-2.

TA03011279 - Modular system for operational on-line diagnostics of rotating machines with intelligent failure states detection and evaluation.

GACR No.102/06/1617- Modern approaches in the measurement of vibration.

Projects of Internal science fund BUT: (head of  projects)

FEKT-S-20-6205 - "Research in Automation, Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence within Industry 4.0" 

FEKT-S-17-4234 - "Industry 4.0 in automation and cybernetics”

FEKT-S-14-2429 - "Research of new control methods, measuring procedures and intelligent devices in automation"

FEKT-S-11-6 - "Research of modern methods in automation"

FEKT-S-10-12 - "Modern methods in automation"

Active participation in domestic and international associations and organisations

Senior member of IIAV - The International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration.

2021 –  The 27th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, scientific committee.

2016 - Annual conference Departments of Automation, Cybernetics, Artificial intelligence and Informatics, organizing committee.

2010 – 2015, Centre for support of research and development in field of advanced control and sensor technology, organizing committee.