Inoyatkhodjaev Jamshid


Full Professor

Date and place of birth: Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Nationality: Uzbek

Education: High

Academic degree: PhD

Academic rank: No


Phone: +99871 2467082


Graduated from Tashkent automobile & roads Institute (TARI, 2003 – Bachelor in Land transportation systems);
Master – Internal combustion engines in 2005; PhD degree – TARI “Vehicle’s active suspensions” 2009, PhD courses in Chalmers Technology University (Sweden, 2007).
2010-2011 – Adam Opel GmbH (Germany) – Engine ME department engineer; 2011-2016 General Motors PT Uzbekistan ME/IE.
2016 – PostDoctor in Politecnico di Torino (Italy), Engineer Management & Manufacturing Department.


Research filed

Automobile mechatronics, renewable energy for cars


List of publications

There are number of scientific issues to adapt powertrain and vehicle mechatronics with different level of development and different classes. Especially, manufacturer has problems with exhaust regulations for different regions. Most of upgrades doing with car’s mechatronics upgrades but controlling system could has problem to cover new features and new elements in controlling algorithms.
Research subject is using smart systems as neural networks in engine/ transmission controlling units for flexible parts adaptation. The software embedded into the Engine Control Unit (ECU) is highly customized for the specific configurations: variability in mechatronic systems leads to the development of several software versions, lowering the efficiency of the design phase.
Therefore the employment of a standard for the communication among sensors, actuators and the ECU would allow the development of a unique software for different configurations; this would be beneficial from a manufacturing point of view, enabling the simplification of the design process.
The new software must still guarantee the proper level of feedbacks to the ECU to ensure the compliance with different emission standards and the proper engine behavior. The general software is
adapted to the powertrain: according to the specific target emission standard, some control elements may not be necessary, and a part of the software may be easily removed.