Our department members read lectures at base chair
"System programming" on
Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Management of MIPT.
Our department teaches Ph.D. students of MIPT and ISP RAS. Also students of MIPT, MSU (Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics) and MEPhI do their research works here. Our department holds scientific seminar "Tasks of adaptive control".
- Students training
- Ph.D. students training
- Preparing for bachelor qualification
- Preparing for master of science qualification
- Scientific seminar
Students training is performed according the the following principles:
- Reading courses for students base chair "System programming" of Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Management (FAMM) of MIPT:
- Supervising of courses works of students of MIPT, MSU, MEPhI, etc.
- Leadership of students� pre-qualification practice.
- Supervising of bachelor qualification projects and master of science qualification projects.
List of bachelor works qualified in June of 2004
(scientific supervisor � doctor Alexander Zhdanov)
- Stanislav Vonog, MIPT student, 4 course, group 075, "Developing of multi-agent system for learning of Inspirational Classroom Environment"
- Konstantin Zhereb, MIPT student, 4 course, group 075, "Developing of algorithm of personal agent�s functionality in Inspirational Classroom Environment system"
- Taras Kushko, MIPT student, 4 course, group 075, "Applications of genetic algorithms for optimization of sensors block of adaptive control system for angle motion of satellite"
- Nikolay Sudarkin, MIPT student, 4 course, group 075, "Knowledge base of autonomous adaptive control system in graph form"
- 5. Sergey Sidenko, MIPT student, 4 course, group 075, "Emotion simulations in autonomous control systems"
- 6. Denis Vasiliev, MIPT student, 4 course, group 075, "Applications of fuzzy neural networks based on Tsukamoto algorithm for prediction of monthly traffic of airlines"
Our department trains of Ph.D. students by specialty 05.13.11 - mathematical and program provide of computers, complexes and computer�s networks. Themes of Ph.D. thesis are connected with different aspects of Autonomous Adaptive Control method.
In January of 2005 Michail Kryzhanovskiy defended his dissertation "Principles of neuron-like realization of autonomous adaptive control systems" which was defended as qualified work of doctor of physics and mathematics sciences by specialty 05.13.11.
In June of 2004 Leonid Zemskikh asserted his dissertation "Applications of genetic algorithms in autonomous adaptive control systems" which was defended as qualified work of doctor of physics and mathematics sciences by specialty 05.13.11.
The following Ph.D. students are finishing their thesis in our department: