- EERC 413
- Professor, Applied Computing
- Director, Mechatronics Graduate Program
- Director, FANUC Certified Industrial Robotics Training Center
- PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Michigan Technological University
- MS, Physics, Michigan Technological University
- BS, Electrical Engineering, Moscow University of Electronics and Automation
Aleksandr Sergeyev is a professor in the College of Computing at Michigan Tech. He is also an affiliate professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. His areas of expertise are electrical and computer engineering, physics, and adaptive optics. Sergeyev’s professional interests include robotics, and he is a certified instructor for the FANUC Robotic Automation Industrial Certification through the Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) Program. He is also involved with the Michigan Tech Child Development Advisory Board and the Student Commission on campus.
Outside the walls of the University, Sergeyev serves as a faculty mentor for the Worldwide E-Mentoring Network for Diversity in Engineering and Science. He has industrial collaborations with GM, Ford, FANUC Robotics, BAE, Edmund Optics, Newport, and Texas Instruments. Sergeyev is active in several professional organizations, including International SPIE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the American Society for Engineering Education.
- Mechatronics Systems
- Industrial Robotics
- Industrial Robotic Vision Systems
- Automation and Controls
- Image Processing
- Real-Time Robotics
- Industrial Robotic Vision Systems.
- Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
- Electrical Machinery
- Power Systems
- “Internationalization of the Mechatronics Education: Undergraduate and Graduate Exchange and Dual–Degree Programs Development at Michigan Tech and Helbronn University of Applied Sciences,” A. Sergeyev, U. Gleiter, A. Meroth, Proceedings of 17th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation,2023.
- “Pioneering Mechatronics Education at Michigan Tech: Undergraduate and Graduate Curricula Development,”A. Sergeyev, Proceedings of 17th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 2023.
- “Integration of Robotic and Electro-Pneumatic Systems Using Advanced Control and Communication Schemes,” A. Sergeyev and C. Kondekar, Proceedings of Annual ASEE CIEC Conference, 2022
- “Stackable Graduate Certificates Leading to Master of Science in Mechatronics”, A. Sergeyev, P. Hazaveh, N. Rawashdeh, and J. Irwin, Proceedings of Annual ASEE CIEC Conference, 2022
- “Senior Design Project: Conversion of FANUC Robotic Arm to 3-D Welding Robot”, B. Dahm, E. Davidson, P. Hazaveh, and A. Sergeyev, Proceedings of Annual ASEE CIEC Conference, 2022.
- “The Development of the Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechatronics at Michigan Tech” A. Sergeyev, D. Fuhrman, N. Rawashdeh, P. Hazaveh, Proceedings of 20th Annual International Conference on Education, 2022.
- “Undergraduate Research: Motorized Swing Set Development for Differently-Abled Child”, J. Barbercheck, S. Cherry, H. Harris, C. Kubick, A. Sergeyev, P. Hazaveh, D. Labyak, and P. Korgaonkar, Proceedings of 20th Annual International Conference on Education, 2022
- “Mechatronics Degree: Past, Present, and Future”, A. Sergeyev, International Mechatronics Conference, 2021
- “Industrial Robotics Curriculum and Simulation Tools Development and Implementation”, A. Sergeyev, International Conference on Science, Engineering &Technology – ICSET 2020
- “Coordination of Industrial Robots utilizing PLC”, A. Sergeyev, C. Kondekar, 12th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 2020
- “Innovative and Interdisciplinary Approach for Offering the Master of Science Degree in Mechatronics” A. Sergeyev, J. Irwin, A. Minerick, ASEE CIEC Annual Conference, 2020
- “Complex Modeling for Feed Forward Control System for Furnace Temperature Optimization”, T. Prica, S. Poel, A. Sergeyev, CIEC Annual Conference, 2020
- “Pioneering Approach for Offering the Convergence MS Degree in Mechatronics and Associated Graduate Certificate”, A. Sergeyev, J. Irwin, A. Minerick, ASEE GSW Annual Conference, 2020
- “An Efficient Way of Converting Outdated Allen Bradley PLC-5 System into Modern ControlLogix 5000”, A. Sergeyev, S. Thompson, A. Poza, L. Stambeck, , P. Hazaveh, ASEE GSW Annual Conference, 2020
- “Lessons Learned: Revamping Robotics Education to Meet 21st Century Needs”, Sergeyev, A., Kuhl, N. , N. Alaraje1, P. Ratta, B. Johnson, Annual IASTEM conference, 2019
- “The Shared Administration of a Mechatronics Master’s Degree”, J. Irwin, A. Sergeyev, ATMAE Annual Conference, 2019
- “University, Community College and Industry Partnership: Revamping Robotics Education to Meet 21st Century Workforce Needs – NSF Sponsored Project Final Report” , A. Sergeyev, N. Alaraje, S. Kuhl, M.Kinney, M. Highum, P. Mehandiatta, M. Meyer, ASEE Annual Conference, 2019
- “Non-Destructive, Remote Control of Industrial Robotic Arm”, A. Sergeyev, P. Mehandiatta, S. Kuhl, Proceedings of PSW ASEE Conference, Paper ID# 27814, 2019
- “Implementation of the Robotic Vision into the Simulation Environment” , Sergeyev, A., Kuhl, S. A., Hooker, J. B., Druschke, M. V., Proceedings of 17th Annual International Conference on Education, 2019
- “Hybrid, Semi-Passive Solar Harvesting System”, Etzel, A., Long, D., Mayrose, J., Sergeyev, A., Proceedings of the 6th IAJC/ISAM Joint International Conference, 2018
- Addressing Rural Industry and Student Needs through the Manufacturing of a Community College and University Partnership in Mechatronics and Robotics Systems”, M.Kinney, M. Highum, A. Sergeyev, S. Kuhl, Annual ASEE Conference, Paper ID# 23417, 2018
- “Researching for Effective Teaching Methodologies in Industrial Robotics”, A. Sergeyev, N. Alaraje, S. Kuhl, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on E-Education, E-Business, E-Management and E-Learning, 2018
- “Researching a “Gold Standard” Educational Model in Robotics Automation”, A. Sergeyev, N. Alaraje, S. Kuhl, M.Kinney, M. Highum, Proceedings of 16th Annual International Conference on Education, 2018
- PI: Development of the Teleoperated Robotic Workcell ($80, 775)
- PI: University, Community College and Industry Partnership: Revamping Robotics Education to Meet 21st Century Workforce Needs ($702,324)
- PI: Industrial Automation and Control Laboratory ($255,000)
- PI: Nucor Press#1 Robotic Stacking Solution ($90,000)
- PI: Automatic Automotive Used Oil Filter Crusher ($22,305)
- Co-PI: Engineering Technology Scholars - IMProving REtention and Student Success (ETS-IMPRESS) ($999,483)
- Co-PI: Consortium with the focus on Advanced Manufacturing ($24,999,863; Michigan Tech ($248,547)
- Consortium members: Bay College(Michigan Tech is a subcontractor), Grand Rapids Community College, Kellogg Community College, Lake Michigan College, Lansing Community College, Mott Community College, Schoolcraft College
- PI - ArcelorMittal: Vision System for Ladle Gate Nozzle ($15,000)
- PI - FORD: Development and Proof of Concept Demonstration of a Robotic Dynamic Brake Hose Routing System ($20,000)
- PI - DTE Energy, Portage Health, ArcelorMittal, FANUC, TI, Bosch: Industry sponsored SD Projects ($21,120)
- PI - Edmund Optics, CVI Melles Griot: Optics for Technology Students ($22,200)
- PI - GM, BAE: Robotic System Enterprise ($48,500)
- Co-PI - NSF: Regional Center of Excellence: Digital Technology Education Center (DigTEC), ($899,792; Michigan Tech $138,606)
- Co-PI - NSF ATE: Digital Logic Design: Meeting Industry's Needs Through University and Community College Collaboration ($269,977)
FANUC Robotics "Robot Operations"
FANUC Robotics "ROBOGUIDE Simulation Software"
FANUC Robotics "Material Handling"
FANUC Robotics "iRVision 2D"
FANUC Robotics "Advanced TPP Programming"