SIGMA Technology is developing the new high efficiency IOSO multicriteria optimization software.
The IOSO software is used for integration any CAD/CAE software's and to solve complex optimization tasks in supercomputers on parallel modes.
Galactic formation & evolution. High performance N-body/SPH modeling of the galaxies and galactic substructures. Chemical evolution of the ISM in galaxies. Galactic star clusters formation and evolution. High performance GPU / GRID computing.
Leading Research Scholar at the Dorodnicyn Computing Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Associate Professor at several Moscow Universities, where delivered lectures on Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation. Current research interests center on Distributed Simulation of Complex Systems and Mathematical Modeling of Social Processes.
TSLab company occupies a leading position among the leaders of the Ukrainian IT market and focuses on high-end equipment. We provide architecture design, optimizing specialized IT solutions to the specific task and the complex "turn-key" integration. In addition, we have our own production servers, storage systems and cluster systems.
The mission of Terminal-Service is to build IT systems that completely fulfill our customers' needs. Assisting our clients to achieve their goals and organization improvements gives our team maximum satisfaction.
Olexandr Dyomin is Head of Medical Physics department in Institite of Scintillation Matherials NAS of Ukraine, developer of gamma-tomography equipment and tomographical reconstuction software, he is actively involved it grid community.
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Andrii Golovynskyi is a researcher at Kyiv Institute of Cybernetics NAS of Ukraine. He is a senior developer of supercomputer SCIT, which is national leader in providing supercomputing resources to support research across a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines. He specializes in supercomputer architectures, parallel computing, software development for cluster systems, and was one of the key architects of major Ukrainian supercomputers. He is actively engaged in designing hardware and system software for international supercomputer projects, and consulting in HPC area. Andrii also is a member of Russian National supercomputer technological platform.
Sergei Gorlatch is Professor at the University of Muenster, Germany
He has been Full Professor of Computer Science at the University of Muenster (Germany) since 2003. Earlier he was Associate Professor at the Technical University of Berlin, Assistant Professor at the Univeisity of Passau, and Humboldt Research Fellow at the Technical University of Munich in Germany. Sergei Gorlatch holds Dr. Habilitation degree from the University of Passau (Germany) and PhD degree from the Institute of Cybernetics of Kiev. Prof. Gorlatch has more than 100 refereed publications in renowned international journals and conferences. He has led several international research and development projects in the field of parallel, distributed and Cloud computing, funded by the European Commission and by German national bodies.
Alexey Grechanovsky is a senior researcher at M.P. Semenenko Institute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Ore Formation of the NAS of Ukraine. Main research interests are in theoretical study of radiation damage effects in U-,Th-bearing minerals and their implications for the safe storage of highly radioactive waste in ceramic matrices.
Senior Research Scientist at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) - home of Blue Waters supercomputer - one of the largest HPC for open academic research. Lecturer in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Research interests include high-performance computing and special-purpose computing architectures. At NCSA, he works on the development and deployment of next-generation HPC systems based on computational accelerators and on the design and implementation of scientific applications for such systems.
Responsible for biz development of Moab HPC & Cloud Suite in Eastern Europe, Russia/CIS.
Deputy director of Lviv State Centre of Science, Innovations and Informatization,
President of NGO Agency of European Innovations
Coordinator National Contact Points of Ukraine (NCP ICT and NCP SME)
LvCSII team leader FP6-FP7 projects: PRO_NMS, ATVN – EU – GP, SCUBE-ICT.
NGO Agency of European Innovations team leader FP7-ICT project PICTURE
Project manager of different projects (3-5 within a year) which received costs according to the municipal program of small entrepreneurship promotion.
Co-organizer of Science and Technology Days Poland-East forum that was held in Bialystok and Bialowieza (in 2006, 2007,2008, 2009, 2010,2011,2012, 2013 years- www.ipw.org.pl).
Coordinator of activities in Ukraine within common Poland-Ukrainian projects that are carried out with the backing of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland and within "Polish aid" program (2004,2005,2006, 2008,2009, 2010,2011,2012,2013 years).
Specialties:Analysis implementation of situation in the sphere of project activity field; activities planning; coordination of partners activities; forums, conferences, workshops, seminars organizing; preparation of progress reports and other reports as per required donor organizations; promotion project through stories, articles and other PR activities; research and development activities leading; data basis keeping; partners search; individual consultations assignment (face to face and via Internet)
Malenko Andrii works as a researcher in High Performance Computing Laboratory at Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics, Kyiv, Ukraine. His main activities include interface development, Web services and Web applications development, mathematical modeling, and HPC-related research. He is one of the key developers of supercomputer management systems for several Ukrainian academic supercomputers.
Malenko Andrii graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University and has PhD degree in mathematical statistics.
Mariusz Mamonski received his diploma in Computer Science at the Poznan University of Technology (Laboratory of Computing Systems) in 2008. He started working at the Application Department of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center in 2005. Since then he has contributed to several research EU projects, in particulary: GridLab, InteliGrid, BREIN and QosCosGrid, while currently being involved in national and european e-infrastracute projects: PL-Grid and MAPPER. His research primally focus on web services, queueing systems and parallel execution and programing environments. He is an active member of the Open Grid Forum Distributed Resource Management Application API (OGF DRMAA) working group.
Prof. Eugene Martinov is Head of grid technologies lab at Bogoliubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyiv, Ukraine
He is actively involved in the project ALICE (A Large Ion Collider Experiment) of the International research center CERN (the world's largest lab for High Energy Physics).
Anatolii Petrenko is Chairperson of CAD Department of NTUU”KPI” at National Technical University of Ukraine.
He is author of 25 books, 424 scientific articles, 40 patents. His book "Algorithmic Analysis of Electronic Circuits" was translated and published in USA by Western Periodicals, San-Francisco, 1975, and another book “ALLTED-a Computer-Aided Engineering System for Electronic Circuit Design” was published in Australia, Melbourne,1997.
Main fields of interest: networked simulating tools with orientation on micro electromechanical systems.
Galina's been working as Intel SW Tools licensing and promotion specialist since 2011. Graduated from Nizhny Novgorod State University, currently pursuing her PhD
Ivan Sergienko is Director of Institute of Cybernetics NAS of Ukraine. This Institute main research organization in HPC in Ukraine. It hosts biggest ukrainian supercomputer SCIT.
Vladimir is regional representative and head of software support department of Tesis company, the developer of FlowVision program complex.
Professional interests include numerical modelling of physical processes of gas and fluid dynamics in different devices and natural phenomena.
Rainer Spurzem is a German astronomer, professor and state special foreign expert at the National Astronomical Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China. He leads the Silk Road Project there, which keeps close collaboration with his original university of Heidelberg, Germany (Astronomisches Rechen-Institut).
Dr. Denis Yurchenko is a director of CADFEM Ukraine. As a part of CADFEM Group, CADFEM Ukraine is ANSYS partner in Ukraine, specializing in ANSYS sale, technical support, training and consulting.
ANSYS is a world leading software for simulating structural, fluid dynamics, electromagnetic and coupled physics phenomena. ANSYS products are highly scalable and widely used for industrial high performance computing simulations.
Prof. Michael Zgurovsky is Rector of National Technical University of Ukraine Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Academician of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of the Institute of Applied Systems Analysis of NASU, Head of UNESCO Chair 'Technical Higher School, Applied System Analysis and Information Technology', President of the University Trustee Council.