Department: COMPUTER MODELLING OF PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS
The head of the Department:
Professor Dmitry BRESLAVSKY, Doctor of Sc. (Eng)
|Teaching staff:||Research staff:|
|Professor, D. Sc. – 5 persons;
Professor, Phd. – 1 person;
Associated professor, PhD – 6 persons.
Assistant professor – 1 person.
|PhD students – 4 persons.|
The main scope of scientific activities of the department lays with the framework of the scientific school of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics founded by academician Alexander Lyapunov.
The recent research directions are the following:
- Mathematical modelling of deformation and fracture of structural elements in aerospace, nuclear and power engineering
Head of Research group: Prof. Dmitry BRESLAVSKY
- Development of mathematical bases and software for spacecraft control, orientation and navigation systems.
Head of Research group: Prof. Valery USPENSKY
- Development of control and navigation UAV systems;
Head of Research group: Prof. Vyacheslav KORTUNOV
- Modelling of kinematics and dynamics of multibody and robotic systems.
Head of Research group: Prof. Yuriy ANDRIEIEW
The department give the training for the students on specialities:
Applied Mathematics within a Bachelor, Master and PhD Programs: «Computer and Mathematical Modelling»
Computer Science within a Bachelor and Master Programs: «Modelling, Design and Computer Graphics»
PERSPECTIVES FOR THE COOPERATION
The department of COMPUTER MODELLING OF PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS are open for the international cooperation on the following fields:
- A cooperation in the field of preparation international research grant applications (a readiness to be a member of international consortium);
- A cooperation in the field of preparation international education grant applications (a readiness to be a member of international consortium in Erasmus or similar programs);
- Academic mobility for bachelor and master students
- Academic mobility for academic staff
- Mutual supervision of PhD student dissertation (either Ukrainian student or international).
- Joint research projects.