Department of physical and mathematical modeling

A mechanic is not that who writes equations but that who writes them in such a way that they become integrated.
Professor N. Ye. Zhukovsky

Dovgy Stanislav Oleksyovych

Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Honoured Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Laureate of State Prize of Ukraine in the Field of Science and Technology, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department.

Gomilko Oleksandr Mykhailovych

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, leading researcher

Cherniy Dmytro Ivanovych

Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor, leading researcher

Lebid Oleksy Grygorovych

Candidate of Technical Sciences, senior researcher

Lysenko Volodymyr Mykhailovych

Candidate of Technical Sciences, senior researcher

Gryshko Natalya Volodymyrivna

Senior researcher

Cherniy Polina Dmytrivna

Master of Science, junior researcher

 

Secondary job employees:

  • Redko Volodymyr NykyforovychAcademician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Laureate of State Prize of Ukraine in the Field of Science and Technology, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, chief researcher (as a secondary job)
  • Lyashko Sergiy IvanovychCorresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Laureate of State Prize of Ukraine in the Field of Science and Technology, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, chief researcher (as a secondary job)
  • Gurzhiy Oleksandr AndriyovychDoctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, leading researcher (as a second job)
  • Kayan Volodymyr PavlovychCandidate of Technical Sciences, senior researcher (as a secondary job)

BASIC RESEARCH GUIDELINES

  • Theoretical and experimental researches of unsteady state physical processes and dynamic systems for construction of new nonlinear mathematical models.
  • Development of computational technologies which comprehensively integrate mathematical models, numerical methods of mathematical physics, and algorithms.
  • Development of new effective methods of information visualization and display.
  • Development of computational modeling technologies for systems of engineering-technological purposes.
  • Development of computational modeling technologies for systems designed for predicting complex physical, dynamic, and geodynamic processes.
  • Construction of mathematical models “system-of-systems” (supersystem) and development of computational technologies for promising information sets representing a collection of problem-oriented or specialized systems united by their resources and potentialities for creation of a new integrated system that will be able to offer a higher functionality and efficiency than a simple sum of components.

RESULTS and ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Development of new effective methods for visualization and display of physical experiment results.
  • Development of mathematical models of complex physical phenomena and effects.
  • Realization of a computational experiment for revealing complex physical phenomena and effects.
  • Development of computational technologies which comprehensively integrate mathematical models, numerical methods of mathematical physics, and algorithms.
  • Development of computational modeling technologies for systems of engineering-technological purposes.
  • Development of mathematical models of aerohydrodynamic effects and configurations of promising A/C.
  • Realization of a computational experiment for revealing complex physical phenomena and effects.
  • Development of computational modeling technologies for systems designed for predicting complex physical, dynamic, and geodynamic processes.
  • Development of computational modeling technologies for systems of engineering-technological purposes.
  • Development of computational technologies for information support to mobile modeling systems

Institute of Telecommunications and Global Information Space of NAS of Ukraine is a co-organizer of the International symposia “Discrete Singularities Methods in Mathematical Physics” (DSMMPh) at which the basic experimental and theoretical results are regularly presented and discussed.

International Symposium “Discrete Singularities Methods in Mathematical Physics” (DSMMPh)

   

Members of the Department of physical and mathematical modeling regularly present basic experimental and theoretical results at various international scientific forums, such as:

International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,

ICTAM

International Conference

“Problems of Decision Making under Uncertainties”

Faculty of Cybernetics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

International Scientific Conference “Dynamical System Modeling and Stability Investigation”

DSMSI

PDMU

International Symposium “Discrete Singularities Methods in Mathematical Physics”

МДОЗМФ/DSMMPh

International Scientific Conference “Computational and Applied Mathematics”

CAM

Faculty of Cybernetics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine