The Department of Operations Research prepares specialists in mathematical programming, including optimization problems.

Since 2012, the Department has been conducting a regular seminar on Stochastics and its application.

Algebra and Analytical Geometry, Operations Research, Linear Algebra.

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4 professors and doctors of sciences, 6 associate professors and candidates of sciences

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The staff of the department read 18 normative and special courses

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The Department of Mathematical Foundations of Cybernetics (IOC) was established in 1972.

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Prof. Alexander M. Iksanov | 219 | random discrete structures; functional limit theorems and laws of the iterated logarithm; nested occupancy schemes in random and non-random environment; iterated perturbed and iterated standard random walks; locally perturbed random walks and a skew stable Lévy process; applications of the renewal theory |

Prof. Oleh K. Zakusylo | 21 | probability theory, theory of stochastic processes, statistics of stochastic processes, queuing theory, mathematical modelling. |

Prof. Ivan K. Matsak | 220 | classical problems of probability theory, asymptotic theory of extreme values and their applications, mathematical theory of reliability |

Prof. Ihor V. Samoilenko | 220 | analytic and asymptotic analysis of random evolutionary systems, particularly in the schemes of Poisson and Levy approximation, investigation of the large deviations problem for random evolutionary systems, modelling of conflict dynamical systems with non-annihilating opponents |

Prof. Danylo P. Proskurin | 225 | representation theory, operator theory, operator algebras, quantum homogeneous space |

Prof. Alexander V. Marynych | 238 | Regenerative random structures; functional limit theorems; probabilistic number theory; stochastic geometry; random analytic functions and their zeros; mod-phi convergence. |

Assoc. Prof. Roman Ya. Yakymiv | 225 | representation theory, operator theory, optimization methods and models of logistic systems |

Assoc. Prof. Bohdan V. Dovhai | 220 | equations of mathematical physics with random factors, random processes from Orlicz space, φ‑subgaussian random processes. |

Assoc. Prof. V.I. Rabanovich | 220 | representation theory of algebras, in particular, decomposition of an operator intoa linear combination of special operators or into a product of operators;representation theory of Braid groups, spectra of weighted graphs, inverseproblems on weighted graphs and matrices; image recognition problems,quantum information theory, frames, and quantum channels |

Assist. Prof. Oksana Braganets | 220 | probability theory, stochastic processes, functional limit theorems |

Assist. Prof. Inna Rybalko | 220 | functional analysis, algebra |

Assist. Prof. Tetiana Shakotko | 26 | quadratic Lyapunov functions, stability and convergence are written by differential equations with delay |

Assist. Prof. Andrii V. Zavorotynskyi | 220 | Theory of differential equations with partial derivatives, mathematical modeling in natural sciences and humanities. |