Directions of scientific research

The main scientific directions of the department:

  • Data Science;
  • Reconfigurable Distributed Systems;
  • Parallel and Distributed Computing;
  • Data Survivability in Embedded Systems;
  • Hardware and Software of Computer Systems and Networks

Within the framework of these main areas, the staff of the department conducts fundamental and applied research in the following thematic areas:

  • the study of complex software systems and their adaptation in computer systems (Prof. M. Volk, Ass.Pr. T. Filimonchuk);
  • technologies for the design of secure electronic systems (Prof. V. Gorbachov);
  • research and development of computer systems and technology for imaging in computer graphics (Prof. V. Gusyatin);
  • distributed data processing using artificial neural networks (senior lecturer V. Diachenko);
  • theory and methodology of synthesis and reconfiguration of architectures and security of computer systems and networks of critical objects (Prof. A. Kovalenko);
  • principles of high performance construction corporate networks (Prof. Yu. Zavyzistup, senior lecturer S. Partyka);
  • computer processing of GDV-images (Prof. Yu. Zavyzistup);
  • load balancing in distributed computing systems (Ass.Pr. I. Ivanisenko);
  • the processing and transmission of technological data in computer systems (Ass.Pr. O. Lyashenko);
  • modern information and communication technologies and means of management (Ass.Pr.  O. Lebediev);
  • systems and algorithms for local-parallel processing of information; resource cell automaton simulation of computer network elements (Prof. O. Mikhal);
  • the investigation of architectures of high-performance microprocessors and computer systems based on them (Senior lecturer D. Rosinskiy);
  • Deep Learning (Senior lecturer S. Olizarenko);
  • cybernetic security in computer and information systems (Prof. I. Ruban, Ass.Pr. D. Sumtsov, senior lecturer V. Martovytskiy);
  • Increasing the survivability of distributed computer systems with tunable structure and programmable logic (Ass.Pr. V. Tokariev, senior lecturer V. Tkachov);
  • information protection; microcontroller systems (Prof. A. Torba);
  • image processing (Ass.Pr. O. Yankovskyi).