Konstantin
Yakovlev
Senior Researcher, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Website: http: /kyakovlev.me/
Email: yakovlev@isa.ru
Research interests:
Artificial Intelligence
Intelligent control systems
Robotics
Automatic scheduling
Heuristic search
Multi-agent systems
Recent publications

1. Yakovlev K., Andreychuk A., Stern R. (2020) Revisiting Bounded-Suboptimal Safe Interval Path Planning // In Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS 2020). pp. 300-304. URL
2. Yakovlev K.S. AA-SIPP: Planning Algorithm in an Environment with Dynamic Obstacles // Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making, 1, 2020.P. 80-82 URL
3. Andreychuk A., Yakovlev K., Atzmon D., Stern R. (2019) Multi-Agent Pathfinding with Continuous Time // In Proceedings of the 28th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2019). pp. 39-45. URL
4. Andreychuk A., Yakovlev K. (2018) Two Techniques That Enhance the Performance of Multi-robot Prioritized Path Planning // In Proceedings of the 17th International
Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2018), pp. 2177-2179. URL
5. Andreychuk A.A., Yakovlev K.S. Methods for planning a trajectory on a plane taking into account geometric constraints. Izvestiya RAN. Theory and control systems, 2017, No. 6, pp. 125-140.. URL
6. Yakovlev, K., Andreychuk, A. (2017) Any-Angle Pathfinding for Multiple Agents Based on SIPP Algorithm. In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS 2017). pp. 586-593. URL
7. Emel'yanov, S., Makarov, D., Panov, A., Yakovlev, K. Multilayer cognitive architecture for UAV control // Cognitive Systems Research, 39, 2016. pp. 58-72.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1389041716000048
8. Panov A.I., Yakovlev K.S. Interaction of strategic and tactical planning of the behavior of a coalition of agents in a dynamic environment // Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making, 4, 2016. P.68-78 URL
9. Panov A.I., Yakovlev K. (2016). Behavior and path planning for the coalition of cognitive robots in smart relocation tasks. In Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA 2015). pp. 3-20. URL
10. Panov A.I., Yakovlev K. (2016) Psychologically Inspired Planning Method for Smart Relocation Task. In Proceedings of The 7th Annual International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA 2016). pp. 115-124. URL
Education
2006–2010 Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in the direction "05.13.17 - Theoretical Foundations of Informatics", Institute for Systems Analysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. Thesis topic "Research of methods and development of algorithms for automatic planning of a trajectory on a plane", scientific. head - G.S. Osipov
2004-2006 Master of Mathematics in Applied Mathematics and Informatics, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN), Moscow.
1999–2004 Bachelor of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN), Moscow.
Professional experience
2018 - present Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Senior Research Fellow, Laboratory for Cognitive Dynamic Systems.
2012 - present Federal Research Center "Informatics and Management" of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Leading Researcher, Department of Intelligent Dynamical Systems and Cognitive Research.
2014 - present Higher School of Economics (concurrently)
Associate Professor of the Basic Department "System Research" of the Federal Research Center of the Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of Sciences at the Faculty of Computer Science.
2011 - 2012 National Technology Institute (private university in Auckland, New Zealand). Curriculum Coordinator, Acting Head of the Information Technology Department.
2006 - 2011 Institute for Systems Analysis of the Russian Academy of Sciences (concurrently). Research Engineer.
2006 - 2011 Peoples' Friendship University of Russia
Assistant of the Department of Information Technologies of the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences