Department
TC

Head — Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Krak Y.V.
Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics, Department of Theoretical Cybernetics
The department trains specialists to develop new technologies in both the traditional fields of computer science and in such fields as bioinformatics and neuroinformatics.
The main scientific direction of the department is the development of mathematical and information technologies related to interdisciplinary approaches.
Computer and information networks, discrete mathematics, basics of programming, computer algebra.

Department of Theoretical Cybernetics

10

Teachers

2 professors and doctors of sciences, 3 associate professors and candidates of sciences

30

Courses

The staff of the department read 22 normative and special courses

57

Years

In 1965 the Department was opened at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics.

Staff:

Full name: Office Research interests
Prof. Iurii V. Krak 37 imaging communication information, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, robotics, human computer interface
Prof. Anatolii O. Pashko 405 theory of random processes, statistical simulation, data science, information security
Assoc. Prof. Rostyslav M. Trokhymchuk 405 automata theory, pattern recognition, artificial neural networks, data mining
Assoc. Prof. Andrii B. Stavrovskyi 406 search reduction algorithms, graph algorithms, computational complexity
Assoc. Prof. Tetiana O. Karnaukh 405 formal languages, theory of computation, computability theory, possibility theory, programming languages, software development, data mining
Assist. Prof. Yurii V. Koval 38-1 programming languages, algorithms, software development
Assist. Prof. ROSTYSLAV A. VEKLYCH 38-1 functional analysis, optimal control theory, software development
Assist. Prof. SERGII S. KONDRATIUK 406 gesture recognition, gesture modeling, machine learning, neural networks and deep learning
Assist. Prof. MYKOLA S. YEFREMOV 38-1 pattern recognition, mathematical modeling, visualization of information
Assist. Prof. Oleksandr M. Samoilov 38-1 pattern recognition, mathematical modeling, visualization of information