Stanislav Roslyakov is a New Head Robotics Coach
Stanislav is a graduate civil engineering student at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University with a focus towards instrumentation design with technical skills in structural, soil, and materials engineering. He has extensive teaching experience ranging from real world engineering projects to FIRST Lego League and FIRST Tech Challenge competitions. Stanislav tries to incorporate the concepts of invention and innovation into his lessons in order to instill the importance of research and engineering. He has competed as a team captain in National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Lunabotics Mining Competition which involved the construction of a large lunar excavating vehicle. His design won the Judges’ Innovation Award and the $10,000 Paul Soros Prize for Creative Engineering. Stan is fluent in C++, MATLAB, Xcode and LabVIEW programming languages. His favorite activity is allowing students to ask any question they want during the last few minutes of class, and he provides the answers on the spot or after some research.