Head — Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics, Department of System Analysis and Decision Making Theory
The department prepares bachelors in the professional direction "system analysis and decision theory" and specialists and masters in the specialty "Social Informatics".
Since 2001, the annual International Conference "Prediction and Decision Making under Uncertainties" has been held together with the Chairs of Operations Research and Applied Statistics.
Hierarchical automated management systems, systems and methods of decision support, basics of management, computer networks.

Department of System Analysis and Decision Making Theory



6 professors and doctors of science, 4 associate professors and candidate of sciences



Employees of the department read 32 normative and special courses



The Department of Systems Analysis and Decision Theory was founded in 1988


Full name: Office Research interests
Prof. Oleksandr G. Nakonechniy 307 problems of decision making under conditions of uncertainty and problems of system analysis processes of different nature
Prof. Vitalij V. Akimenko 604 linear and nonlinear models of population dynamics, biomathematics, models and methods of optimization, systems of partial and integral differential equations, numerical analysis, applied methods of system analysis.
Prof. Sergej O. Mashchenko 403 theory of decision-making, decision-making in conflict, uncertainty and fuzzy information.
Prof. Natalia V. Semenova 403 development and research models and methods of discrete optimization, as well as problems with ambiguous data set, stability analysis of vector discrete optimization problems.
Prof. Eugen V. Ivohin 404 studying the stability of dynamical systems, methods of internal support decision-making and development of implementation of automated information systems using databases.
Assoc. Prof. Galyna O. Dolenko 403 system optimization, management methodology development of socio-economic systems.
Assoc. Prof. Piter M. Zinko 604 development of numerical algorithms for solving stochastic min-max problems, development of algorithms for identification of dynamic objects, the development of numerical methods for solving the problems i Cauchy boundary value problems, which are based on the theory of solving operators, the development of modeling the spread of the air pollution in i aquatic environments, the use of algorithms theory of solving operators in medicine and ecology.
Assoc. Prof. Alexander A. Timashov computer information and control systems in various industries.
Assist. Prof. Sergiy V. Demidenko 609 problems of observation under uncertainty for linear systems, geographic information systems.