KNUTD
Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design

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Faculty of Mechatronics and Computer Technologies

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

Nataliya CHUPRYNKA

Head of the Department, Associate professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

Address: Mala Shyianovska (Nemyrovycha-Danchenka) Street, 2, Kyiv, 01011 , educational building 4, room 4-1108

Phone+38044-256-84-14

e-mail[email protected]

 

Specialties, Educational Programs

The Department of Computer Science trains specialists in the field of knowledge 12 Information Technology in the specialty 122 "Computer Science" of the following levels of higher education:

first (bachelor), educational and professional program Computer Science

second (master), educational and professional program Computer Science

third (Doctor of Philosophy), educational and professional program Computer Science

By the specialty 125 "Cyber Security"

first (bachelor), educational and professional program Cyber Security Engineering

Graduates are qualified as follows:

  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Cyber Security
  • Master of Computer Science
Research Activities

At the Department of Computer Science work is being carried out aimed at the development of mathematical and software information and reference and expert systems of industry, services and education; mathematical and CAD software of equipment and technological processes of textile, garment and footwear industry.

One of the most important aspects of student’s research of the Department of Computer Science is participation in the organization of the annual exhibition-competition for the development of webpages related to the activities of the Department, the Faculty, and the University. Such annual exhibition-competitions have become traditional and popular. More than 100 students took part in this work under the guidance of teachers of the Department. A characteristic feature is that every year their number increases and is updated.

In addition, the students and staff of the Department of Computer Science upon request of other University departments provide technical and methodological assistance in the use of modern information technologies in scientific and educational activities. 

At the Department, there is a postgraduate school, 10 postgraduates. Professors of the Department participate in the 3 Specialized Scientific Councils.

Scientific Schools

CONDITIONS OF EQUIVALENCE AND ORTHOGONALITY OF PROBABILITY MEASURES CORRESPONDING TO GAUSSIAN GENERALIZED HOMOGENEOUS RANDOM FIELDS

  • Scientific supervisor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor S. M. Krasnytskyi.

MATHEMATICAL AND SOFTWARE FOR PREPARATION FOR AUTOMATED CUTTING OF MATERIALS OF LIGHT INDUSTRY PRODUCTS IN PARTS

  • Scientific supervisor, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor V. I. Chuprynka.
Scientific Cooperation

The Department has an agreement on scientific and technical cooperation with the Institute of Cybernetics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Teaching Staff

The Department has 17 teachers, including 4 professors (3 Doctors of Technical Sciences, 1 Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics), and 10 Associate Professors (Candidates of Technical Sciences).

Serhii KRASNITSKIY, Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics, Professor

In 1968, he graduated from Kyiv State University named after T. G. Shevchenko. Qualified as a mathematician, majoring in "Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics". He defended his doctoral thesis in 2004 on the topic: "Conditions of equivalence and orthogonality of probability measures corresponding to Gaussian generalized homogeneous random fields”.

Basic scientific specialty: Probability theory and mathematical statistics.

Research area: the theory of random processes and fields, issues of mathematical statistics in the study of light industry processes.

    

Volodymyr OPANASENKO, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology, Professor

In 1979, he graduated from Kazan Aviation Institute. Obtained the qualification of an engineer-constructor-technologist of radio equipment with the specialty "Design and production of radio equipment". He defended his doctoral thesis in 2007 on the topic: "Architectural and structural organization, development and application of reconfigurable devices based on FPGAs."

Basic scientific specialty: Electronic computing machines.

Research area: Synthesis of a parametric module of a multi-level logic scheme.

Volodymyr YAKHNO, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 1973, he graduated from Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. Obtained the qualification of a mechanical engineer in the specialty "Automation and complex mechanization". He defended his PhD thesis in 1980 on the topic: "Research and development of mathematical models and methods of planning the loading of equipment for a wide range of production”.

Basic scientific specialty: Technical cybernetics and information theory.

Research area: information technologies of design in CAD.

  

Viktor CHUPRYNKA, doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor

In 1972, he graduated from Kyiv State University named after T. H. Shevchenko. Obtained the qualification of a mechanic in the specialty "Mechanics". He defended his doctoral thesis in 2010 on the topic: "Development of scientific foundations of automated design of schemes for cutting parts of shoes and leather goods”.

Basic scientific specialty: Mechanics, applied mathematics.

Research area: CAD in the light industry.

  

Viktoria REZANOVA, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 1994, she graduated from Kyiv National University named after T.H. Shevchenko. She obtained the qualification of an applied mathematician in the specialty "Mechanics". She defended her PhD thesis in 2004 on the topic: "Development of thin fibrous materials based on compatibilized polymer mixtures”."

Basic scientific specialty: Mechanics, Applied Mathematics.

Research area: mathematical modeling and development of software for calculating the phenomenon of specific fiber formation.

  

Ievgen DEMKIVSKYI, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 2004, he graduated from Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University. Qualified as a specialist in social informatics, teacher of mathematics and informatics, majoring in "Social informatics". He defended his PhD thesis in 2008 on the topic: "Information technologies for the analysis and forecasting of non-stationary processes".

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: decision support systems, design and implementation.

  

Oksana KOLYSKO, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 1995, she graduated from Kyiv National University named after T.H. Shevchenko. She obtained the qualification of a system engineer majoring in "Integrated and functional microelectronic engineering". She defended her PhD thesis in 2010 on the topic: "Optimization of material cutting schemes for details of leather goods".

Basic scientific specialty: Integral and functional microelectronic engineering.

Research area: CAD issues  in cutting fabric and leather.

  

Tetiana ASTISTOVA, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 1970, she graduated with honors from Kyiv Technological Institute of Light Industry. She obtained the qualification of an electromechanical engineer in automation, specializing in "Automation and complex mechanization of chemical-technological processes”." She defended her PhD thesis in 2002 on the topic: "Development of the method of technological support for footwear production".

Basic scientific specialty: Automation and complex mechanization of chemical and technological processes.

Research area: technical and linguistic support for CAD in the light industry.

  

Tetiana DEMKIVSKA, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 1979, she graduated from Kyiv State University named after T. H. Shevchenko. She obtained the qualification of an economist-mathematician majoring in "Economic Cybernetics". She defended her PhD thesis in 2001 on the topic: "Methods and means of forecasting processes based on computer modeling of time series”.

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: decision support systems, design and implementation.

  

Mariana GOLDBERG, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 2011, she graduated from Kyiv National University of Technologiesand Design. She obtained the qualification of Master of Computer Sciences, majoring in "Information Design Technologies". She defended her PhD thesis in 2015 on the topic: "Improvement of technological processes of the textile industry taking into account the nonlinear characteristics of deformation and friction in the zone of contact of the thread with the guide".

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: Mathematical modeling of the process of interaction of monofilaments with guides of great curvature.

  

Gennadiy MELNYK, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 2006, he graduated from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design. Obtained a master's degree in Computer Science, majoring in "Information Design Technologies". He defended his candidate's thesis in 2017 on the topic: "Improvement of the elastic thread filling system on large-scale knitting machines based on tension stabilization”.

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: information systems and technologies.

  

Ganna KOROGOD, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 2002, she graduated from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design. She obtained a master's degree in Automation, specializing in "Automated control of technological processes". She defended her PhD thesis in 2016 on the topic: "Methods and optical-electronic means of measuring and controlling the temperature of glass melts using informative redundancy”.

Basic scientific specialty: Devices and methods for control and determination of the composition of substances.

Research area: measuring and computing techniques in technological processes or computer tools and systems.

  

Natalia CHUPRYNKA, Associate professor, Candidate of Technical Sciences

In 2014, she graduated from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design. Obtained a master's degree in Computer Science, majoring in "Information Design Technologies". She defended her PhD thesis in 2016 on the topic: "Development of the method of automated design of details of women's bags."

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: information systems and technologies.

  

Anton KIRYCHENKO, Candidate of Technical Sciences, assistant

In 2011, he graduated from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design. Obtained the qualification of a computer systems engineer, majoring in "Information Design Technologies". He defended his PhD thesis in 2021 on the topic: "Improvement of the thread feeding system on large-diameter large-diameter knitting machines based on tension stabilization”.

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: information systems and technologies.

 

Valerij KALASHNYK, Candidate of Technical Sciences, assistant

In 2010, he graduated from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design. Obtained a master's degree in Computer Science, majoring in "Information Design Technologies". He defended his PhD thesis in 2015 on the topic: "Improvement of technological processes of knitting and weaving taking into account the anisotropy of the frictional properties of the thread”.

Basic scientific specialty: Design information technologies.

Research area: mathematical modeling of the technological process of processing complex threads on knitting machines.

  

Educational and Laboratory Facilities

The Department of Computer Science includes two computer labs equipped with modern computer equipment (two network switches with 16 personal computers). 

 

Students

Students of the Department are actively involved in solving complex scientific and technical problems because scientific activity promotes deep mastery of a specialty. From the 2nd year of study, they take an active part in the research work of the Department. Students prepare essays, make reports for student academic seminars and conferences of young scientists and students.

Every year in February and March, the University tour of the All-Ukrainian Olympiad in the cycle of profiling courses is held among students of 3-5 years at the Department, in which more than 50 students took part in the last year alone.

Talented students of the Department can participate in the annual competition of scientific papers and Olympiads of professional courses and win awards and prizes.

Also, one of the important aspects of students’ research work of the Department is the participation in the organization and holding of the annual exhibition-competition for the development of Web pages on the subject of the Department, the Faculty and the University. More than 80 students participate in this work under the guidance of teachers of the Department. The winners of the competition later became prize winners of international competitions and festivals in Web design and Internet advertising.

Opportunities for Students

Graduates of this specialty can work on the development and operation of software for CAD not only at light industry enterprises, but also in other industries, national economy and businesses that require deep knowledge of computer hardware and technology. Students who want to continue their education can enter the postgraduate school of the University and the Institute of Cybernetics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Graduates are trained to solve professional problems, including:

  • mathematical training, as well as training in the theoretical, methodological and algorithmic foundations of information technologies for the use of mathematical tools in solving practical and scientific problems in information systems and technologies;

training in programming, mastery of algorithmic thinking, methods of software engineering, for the implementation of software to meet the requirements for its quality, reliability, and production characteristics.

Graduates get specialized and professional competencies:

  • knowledge of the principles, methods and algorithms of computer graphics, the ability to apply them in the development of graphic interfaces for human-computer interaction;
  • knowledge of the theoretical and practical foundations of system analysis methodology for the study of complex interdisciplinary problems of various nature, methods of formalization of system tasks that have conflicting goals, risks, and uncertainties;
  • knowledge of the theoretical and practical foundations of methodology of modeling technology in the research, design and operation of information systems, products, services, information technology; the ability to implement algorithms of modeling to study the characteristics and condition of complex objects;
  • knowledge of the concepts of data storage, their operational analytical processing and mining; the ability to identify previously unknown  knowledge necessary for decision-making in various areas of professional activity;
  • knowledge of the methodology of automated design of complex objects and systems, the ability to use modern computer technology for their system, functional, construction and technological design;
  • knowledge of the theoretical foundations of IT projects management, RMBOK standards and principles of teamwork; the ability to work in a team and apply software project management systems;
  • knowledge of organizational, technical, algorithmic, and other methods and ways for information protection; the ability to apply them in the professional activity;
  • knowledge of the architecture of computer networks, the ability to apply them in the process of justifying the technical support of  information systems.
Student Clubs

The Department has a student club under the leadership of associate professor Tetiana Astitova, where students study programming languages for developing WEB-pages.

Graduates

Graduates of the Department of Computer Science work in state and private institutions at the positions of system administrators, heads of departments of application software development, and computer network administrators in commercial banks.

Information about some graduates of the Department of Computer Science

Oksana Shylina moved to the UK and works as a programmer for a computer firm.

Volodymyr Bura is the head of the IT Department of the bank.

Nicholas Bochak is the head of the IT Department in a car sales company.

Vladyslav Murzhenko, PhD, is the head of the IT Department in an insurance company.

Pavlo Omelchenko, PhD, is the head of the IT Department in a commercial firm.