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:

  • high-performance solutions for general-purpose problems on graphics processors (assoc. prof. Barkovska O.);
  • research of complex software systems and their adaptation in computer systems (prof. Volk M., assoc. prof. Filimonchuk T.);
  • technologies for designing secure electronic systems; performance analysis of large and complex systems (prof. Gorbachov V.)
  • distributed data processing using artificial neural networks (senior lecturer Dyachenko V.);
  • hardware and software for computer systems and networks (asst. prof. Dziubenko V.);
  • theory and methodology of synthesis and reconfiguration of architectures and security of computer systems and networks of critical objects (head of the department Kovalenko A.);
  • principles of building high-performance corporate networks (prof. Zavizistup Yu., senior lecturer Partyka S.);
  • load balancing in distributed computing systems (assoc. prof. Ivanisenko I.);
  • saving, processing and transferring data in web applications (assoc. prof. Ivashchenko G.);
  • decision support systems (assoc. prof. Ilina I.);
  • modern information and communication technologies and management tools (assoc. prof. Lebediev O.);
  • processing and transmission of technological data in computer systems (assoc. prof. Lyashenko O.);
  • systems and algorithms for local-parallel information processing; resource cellular automaton modeling of elements of computer networks (prof. Mikhal O.);
  • research of architectures of high-performance microprocessors and computer systems based on them (senior lecturer Rosinsky D.);
  • cyber security in computer and information systems (prof. Ruban I., assoc. prof. Martovytskiy V., asst. prof. Lebediev V.);
  • survivability of computer networks on a mobile platform (assoc. prof. Tkachov V.);
  • increasing the survivability of distributed computer systems with reconfigurable structure and programmable logic (assoc. prof. Tokariev V.);
  • information security; microcontroller systems; Arduino (prof. Torba A.);
  • information security in information systems, DevSecOps technologies (assoc. prof. Fedorchenko V.);
  • models and methods of IT project management (prof. Fesenko T.)
  • data visualization and modeling of algorithms (senior lecturer Fomichov A.);
  • image processing (assoc. prof. Yankovskiy A.);
  • IoT. DevSecOps technologies (asst. prof. Yaroshevych R.).