Aleksandr Ovechkin is an Early Stage Researcher for the MSCA-ETN SAS Project. He will conduct his research at KU Leuven, Bruges Campus (Belgium). His main activity will be mainly focused on the dependable wireless connection capable to work under fault conditions in a harsh electromagnetic environment.
Aleksandr graduated from NRU “MPEI” (Russia) with a Master’s degree which was dedicated to investigating the work of battery chargers during short circuits on the DC distribution systems. Later he joined the structural design engineering team and worked there in the electrical engineering department. While working in a company, Aleksandr didn’t quit research activity and he decided, after getting useful work experience, to completely focus on his research as a PhD student.