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Educational and Scientific Complex "Institute for Applied Systems Analysis" invites universities, institutes, academic departments and other organizations to joint development and research in applied systems analysis, sustainable development, new information technologies and computer sciences (contact  International department).

The Institute conducts research in the following areas:

Department of Mathematical Methods of System Analysis (MMSA)

Key words: applied system analysis, scenario analysis, technology forecasting, strategic planning under uncertainty.

Conducts fundamental and applied research in the sphere of

system analysis as an applied scientific

methodology designed to study complex, interdisciplinary problems of different nature. Methods for the system assignments formulation and their reduction to the soluble form in the actual conditions, which is characterized by a set of conflicting objectives, different kinds of uncertainties and risks.
Computational algorithms and procedures for solving practical problems for a number of cross-disciplinary applications relating to scientific, technical and socio-economic spheres of human activities are being developed. In particular, methodology and applied social informational technologies based on knowledge are being created.

Head — Dr. Sc., Prof., N.D. Pankratova, tel. +38 044 406 8447.

1. "Development of Scenario Analysis Platform within the Scope of Sustainable Development"

(Dr. Sc., Prof. N. D. Pankratova)

2. "Development of instrumental complex of guaranteed safety of complex engineering systems under uncertainty and multi-risk" (Dr. Sc., Professor N. D. Pankratova);

3. "System Research and practical evaluation of a methodology of complex engineering and geological processes" (Dr. Sc., Professor Y. I. Kalyuh);

4. "Development of fundamentals and methods of analysis of multidisciplinary data for creation of integrated access system to informational resources of the World Data Centers in Russia and Ukraine" (Dr.Sc., Academician M.Z. Zgurovsky; Dr.Sc., Professor N.D. Pankratova).
Main publications: main publications department of Applied Nonlinear Analysis in 2007 - 2011 years (download icon_small_pdf.gif )

Department of Applied Nonlinear Analysis

Key words: theory of decision making under uncertainty, nonlinear analysis, infinite-dimensional dynamical systems, modeling systems of various nature, neuroinformatics.

Conducts research on the theory of

decision making under uncertainty, on the theory of infinite-dimensional dynamic systems,


methods of evaluation and control of nonlinear systems with distributed parameters, boundary value problems for nonlinear differential equations and variation inequalities of partial derivatives, controlled Markov processes, mechanisms of bifurcation multicomponent fuel combustion; simulation and phenomenological models of social process’ dynamics

Head — Dr. Sc., Professor O. S. Makarenko, tel. +38 044 406 8530.

1. "Research of complex regimes of multivalued mapping in

advancing models and with insufficient information" (Dr. Sc., Professor O.S. Makarenko);

2. "Research and formalization of characteristics of social communicational processes " (Dr. Sc., Senior Researcher M. V. Andreev, Ph.D. G. P. Poveschenko);

3. "Methods’ Research and models for sustainable development and transformational processes in large socio-economic systems" (Dr. Sc., Professor O.S. Makarenko);

4. "Methods of nonlinear analysis of decision making under uncertainty" (Dr. Sc., Senior Researcher M.V. Andreev, Dr. Sc. P.O. Kasyanov).
Main publications:

Department of Numerical Methods of Optimization

Key words: optimal control theory, differential games, numerical methods for nonlinear analysis and optimization.

Conducts fundamental and applied research on

optimal control theory and differential games, computational methods of nonlinear analysis and optimization, convex analysis and multivalued mappings, necessary and sufficient conditions of extremum in general optimization problems, models of economic dynamics and problems on graphs.

Head — Dr. Sc., Professor V. V. Ostapenko, tel. +38 044 406 8532.

1. Development of the theory of differential games with random obstacles and

optimizational approach to variation inequalities solving " (Dr. Sc., Professor V. V. Ostapenko, Dr. Sc. Professor Y.M. Danilin);

2. "Gaming and optimization models and methods of resource allocation in technical, economic and social processes" (Dr. Sc., Professor V. V. Ostapenko, Ph. D., Senior Researcher O. E. Kirik);

3. "Differential pursuit games with quality functional and their application in problems of dynamic resource allocation" (Dr. Sc., Professor V. V. Ostapenko, Ph. D. I. L. Yakunina)
Main publications:

Research Laboratory of Nonlinear Analysis for Differential-Operator Systems

Key words: nonlinear analysis, differential-operator inclusions, theory of global attractors and trajectory.

The staff of nonlinear analysis for differential-operator systems

laboratory is involved in fundamental research in the following areas:

1) nonlinear analysis and class management of nonlinear geophysical processes and fields;

2) properties of solutions of differential-operator inclusions and multivariante inequalities for assignments on Earth Data analysis

3) theory of global and trajectory attractors in infinite-dimensional dynamic systems

Head — Dr. Sc., Professor P.O. Kasyanov, tel. +38 044 406 8479.
Examples: 1. "Development of methods and algorithms for analysis and optimal management for nonlinear singular systems" (Dr. Sc., Professor O.S. Makarenko, Dr. Sc. P.O. Kasyanov).
Main publications:

Department of Information Resources (INFORES)

Key words: computer design of integrated circuits, informational systems, GRID, digital methods of integration, microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS) technology Semantic Web.

The Department conducts basic and applied research in

mathematical computer-aided design software, such as:

automatic methods of mathematical models of objects as algebraic differential equations or equations of state for describing their structure and components; implicit numerical integration methods, which automatically changes the order from 1 to 6, during the calculations obtained «hard» equation of mathematical models, ensuring convergence of the decision and given the error, methods of solving ill-conditioned problems of linear dimension, new methods of parametric optimization of variable order, which are approximated by a matrix known Jacobi and Hesse, the method of «centering» the decision in multispace that enhances the viability of objects when changing their parameters, methods for joint modeling of several physical effects in an object (such as electrical and heat state) solutions of paralleling methods of mathematical model for distributed computer systems or clusters, etc.

On the basis of original methods, mentioned above, there exists the development and introduction of competitive computer systems design for different purposes, such as the development of promising microelectronic-mechanical systems (MEMS).

Head — Dr. Sc., Professor A. I. Petrenko, tel. +38 044 280 9046.
Main publications:

Chair of Mathematical Methods of System Analysis (MMSA)

Key words: modeling of global problems of the state innovation development, system analysis, simulation systems of various nature, neural networks, data mining.

The main tasks of the scientific activities of the Chair is

developing metodological principles and

mathematical methods of system analysis of complex objects and processes of different nature, a system of applied research in social, economic, industrial technogenic hazardous industries; modeling of global problems of innovation development of the state performing large-scale international relations in the field of education and science training the specialists at every educations degree.

Head — Dr. Sc., NASU Academician M.Z. Zgurovsky, tel +380 44 326 3987

1. "Development and research of theoretical rudiments of scenario analysis"

(Dr. Sc., Academician M.Z. Zgurovsky, Dr. Sc., Professor N.D. Pankratova);

2. "Global modeling of sustainable development process in the context of quality and human life safety" (Dr. Sc., Academician M.Z. Zgurovskyy, Dr. Sc., Professor N.D. Pankratova);

3. "Development and research of coordinating optimization and management systems of technical, economical and social processes" (Dr. Sc., Professor V.D. Romanenko);

4. "Development and implementation of data mining technique using Bayesian network theory and regression analysis" (Dr. Sc., Professor P.I. Bidyuk).
Main publications:

Chair of the System Design

Key words: GRID, designing computer memory chips, neurocalculations, distance learning, biometric identification systems.

Chair of SD prepares highly-qualified specialists in

"Information Technologies" and "System Design".

Chair of SD performs research on new directions in informatics related to the creation of computer-aided systems and construction of intelligent environments, and performs specialists’ training in these areas. The Chair proposed, tested and implemented heterogeneous nonlinear modeling of technical objects, methodology and principles of software and hardware systems, organization of collective design in the intellectual Grid environment, adaptation of computer-aided design to the real problems of different classes and more.

The Chair, for the years of its existence starting with 1964 has prepared and published a comprehensive library of theory and practice publications for computer engineering and grid technology, which contains 31 monographs, tutorials and textbooks, 18 brochures and more than 950 scientific papers. During this time the department has prepared nine Dr. Sc. and 64 Ph.Ds.

Head — Dr. Sc., Professor A.I. Petrenko, tel. +380 44 280 9046.

1. "Semantic grid technologies for the national grid infrastructure, the

association of Grid and Web services based on ontological selection of Grid resources, Data mining in distributed Grid system" (Dr. Sc., Professor A.I. Petrenko);

2. "Agent technology, neural computations, fuzzy sets, engineering system design" (Dr. Sc., Professor V.S. Rogoza);

3. "Parallel computing on clusters, parallel programming, organization of development in the Internet environment, macromodelling of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)" (Ph. D, Senior Researcher V.V. Ladogubets);

4. "Distance education, "virtual" university, Web Portals and Multimodal User Interface" (Ph.D., Senior Researcher G.D. Kiselev);

5. "Development of computer memory chips with low power consumption and internal self-verification" (Ph.D., Senior Researcher V.Y. Stikanov);

6. "Biometric identification systems and digital signal processing" (Ph.D., associate professor O.A. Kapshuk; Ph.D., Associate Professor V.G. Artyukhov);

7. "Web technologies and global rating systems" (Ph.D., Senior Researcher, O.P. Tsoorin) and others.
Main publications:

High Performance Computing Center

Key words: GRID, distributed computer systems, EGI, Baltic Grid, monitoring system.

High Performance Computing Center (HPCC) has been created to build the educational and science informationn infrastructure, to implement


the Decree of President of Ukraine on October 20, 2005 № 1497.2005 “About priorities for the introduction of advanced information technologies, perform tasks of national programme named “Information and communication Technologies in Education and Science, 2006-2010” and in response to corresponding Order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 301-r of May 31, 2006.

With the beginning of the second phase of HPCC development emphasis has been shifted from increasing computing power to improving the use of its resources in education and scientific research at University within its Unified information environment, creating appropriate conditions for cooperation with scientific and educational organizations, institutions and enterprises in the shared use of computational resources and information technologies.
To achieve this HPCC was included to the Design Office of Information Systems (DOIS) managed by prof. A. Y. Savitsky, where other university computing resources have been consolidated.
Along with the main direction of the cluster usage for the implementation of international and joint with NAS of Ukraine Grid-projects and HPC projects, scientific management of which is provided by Proffesor A. Petrenkoо additionally there were introduced two more directions:

  • direction of implementation and deployment of application software for the Centre to solve complex scientific and engineering problems, Proffesor A. M. Novikov;
  • direction of the system software, technical and information support of the Center, Proffesor G. M. Lutsky.


Executive Director — Ph.D. S. Stirenko.

Main publications:


World Data Center for Geoinformatics and Sustainable Development (WDC-Ukraine)

Key words: sustainable development, Geoinformatics, physics of solid Earth, the solar-terrestrial physics, oceanography.

Among the basic tasks of the WDC-Ukraine there is collection, handling and storage of scientisic data and giving access for users both in scientific research and study process. That include contemporary tutoring technologies and resources of e-libraries and archives; remote access to informational resources for the wide circle of scientists from the universities and scientific institutions of Ukraine.

Executive Director — Ph.D. K.V. Yefremov.
Main publications:
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