Chavdar Roumenin received the B.Sc. and M.Sc., PhD and Dr.Sci. degrees in engineering physics, semiconductor electronics and sensorics from Moscow State University, Russia, Sofia University and Sofia Technical University, Bulgaria, respectively. He is currently a professor of sensorics and MEMS at the Institute of Systems Engineering and Robotics (ISER) at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS). Since 1999, he is Director of the ISER. In 2004, C. Roumenin is elected as Corresponding Member of BAS and in 2012 as Academician of BAS. He has published over 400 papers, three books and over 140 patents on sensorics, robotics and mechatronics. His citations are over 12000. His research interests are multiple varieties of micro- and nano-sensors based on novel principles of operation, robotics, mechatronics, unmanned flight systems, etc. Prof. Roumenin is a member of the Eurosensors International Steering Committee and the Editorial Board of Sensors and Actuators Journal. The title Emeritus Inventor of Bulgaria is assigned to him and his name has been entered in the Golden Book of Bulgarian Inventors. In 2008 C. Roumenin has been awarded from the Bulgarian Government with honored Diploma for exceptionally special merits in invention, Bulgarian development and prosperity.