Artem Melnyk

210 avenue Roumanille · Biot, 06410 · (33)·

I am Team Leader at Qenvi Robotics. I worked for Amadeus as C++ Software Developer, for INRIA as Research and Development Engineer. Before, I worked at the Cergy-Pontoise University as a research and teaching assistant during two years. I did a co-supervised PhD in Cergy-Pontoise University and Donetsk National Technical University in 2014. My previous research was focused on human-robot physical interaction and the biologically inspired robot control.


Robotics Team Leader

Qenvi Robotics

Coordinating activities and helping things run smoothly:

  • Putting SAFe 5.0 into practice with the Robotics team: Scrum artifacts and Scrum ceremonies.
  • Mobile robotics prototyping: Fusion360, Assembly, Wiring, Sensors.
  • User-centered IoT for mobile robot use: C/C++/Java backends, systemd, MySQL Connector/C++ 1.1.

December 2019 - Present

Robotics Engineer

Qenvi Robotics

Improvement of mobile robot control strategies.

  • Mobile robotics, ROS (rosbag, rviz), Raspberry, Phidget, UWB Pozyx et all ...
  • GitLab, CI/CD.
  • Tensorflow, Keras, Prediction missing data.
  • Reporting, Research and Development.

December 2019 - December 2020

C++ Software Developer


As Software Engineer I was developing Open BackEnds application for Hotel Reservation System in Agile Scrum team. Modification of existing code C++, working with data formats JSON and XML for BackEnd, regression testing.

December 2018 - December 2019

Research and Development Engineer


As Engineer in the HEPHAISTOS project, I contribute to the creation of new robot for rehabilitation purposes. I contribute to the development of C written modules for robot control software and C# module for virtual reality terrain generation.

July 2016 - December 2018

Temporary assistant for teaching and research

Cergy-Pontoise University

I participated in ETIS laboratory investigations into the neural network control architectures to implement, for example, a physical interaction between a robot link covered with artificial skin and a human.

September 2014 - June 2016


University of Cergy-Pontoise

Improvement of control algorithms of electrical robot arms with the bio-inspired approach.

Brief Synopsis of Research: I built a prototype of the wearable sensor to capture motion and force parameters, and I develop the data acquisition module and its software to analyze the dynamics of the handshake between humans, and I highlighted the emergent synchrony. I developed the controller based on the models of the rhythmic neuron, with the learning of the frequency of motion during the physical interaction with the robot arm.

January 2010 - December 2014

Donetsk National Technical University

Master Degree in Electrical Drives and Automatization of Industrial Installations

Control systems, Electromechanical Systems, Power Electronics, Robotics and Automation.

August 1998 - May 2003


Software development: Development of signal processing, data acquisition or control applications.

C: Network communication, multi-tasking and design of real-time systems, system programming on POSIX.
C++: sdt, rapidjson, boost, software tests, neural networks for robot control, data processing.
C#: Network, logging, text analysis with regex, Unity rendering control via network.
Python: Visualization and analysis of data, Regression testing, NLP and machine learning.
Matlab: Mathematical modeling and analysis of complex electromechanical systems.

Digital Electronics.

Atmel AVR, ARM, Phidgets, Raspberry PI, DAC, Digital Accelerometers, RTC, RS232, Pozyx.

Automation and Robotics.

Robotic Arms Position control, Admittance or Impedance Control, Neural Control.

Analyzing and Reporting data.

Exploratory data analysis, Reports, State-of-the-Art, Scientific Writing.


Apart from being a Engineer, here in Sophia-Antipolis, I enjoy French riviera, restorants, and theatre.

When forced indoors, I follow a number of sci-fi and detective genre movies, I spend a large amount of my free time exploring the latest technology advancements in the Robotics development world.

Awards & Certifications

  • C++ Object oriented programming - DMR Certification - Sophia-Antipolis - 2016
  • 1st Place - Cergy-Pontoise University - PhD Presentation - 2012