Andrey Aksenov is a development team leader of FlowVision CFD code. Andrey works in TESIS Company as a Chief Technical Officer. Also he is a chief of laboratory in Institute of High Temperatures of Russian Academy of Sciences. His scientific interests is numerical methods in computational fluid dynamics.
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.
Leonid Belous is Head of grid-technology department in ILTPE - B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kharkov. He specializes in supercomputer architectures, parallel computing, software development for cluster systems and grid-middleware, developer of high-level gateways for scientists who use HPC in solving their problems. Leonid also is a member of Russian National supercomputer technological platform.
Large-scale molecular dynamics simulations
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.
Specialize in Systems Biology and Bioinformatics: highly-parallel computations in biology, functioning of eukaryotic gene regulation, gene regulatory networks.
Research interests: numerical modeling and inversion of electromagnetic logging data
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.
Gennadiy Grechnev is Head of Department of magnetic and elastic properties of solids in B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kharkov. He specializes in first-principles calculations of spectral properties of solids, equations of states, elastic and fundamental thermodynamic properties of solids, various magnetic properties of transition, rare-earth, and actinide metals and compounds.
IEEE Computer Society Golden Core Member.
Academic of Sciences Academy of Applied Radioelectronics.
General Chair of the International Symposium “IEEE East-West. Design and Test”.
Scientific researches: computer and software engineering of systems, networks, and cyberspace.
Published 500 papers and 15 books; 3 patents.
Scientific advisor of 3 doctors of science and 24 PhD’s.
RAS Academician, Ph. D in geology and mineralogy, professor , was born on January, 1934 in Kharkov, Ukraine. Being a distinguished scholar in geosciences, A.E. Kontorovich is a world known authority in theoretical and applied issues in petroleum geology, organic geochemistry and mathematical geology. He brought into being several fundamental works on zonation and evolution of oil generating formations, theoretical and practical quantitative prediction of petroleum reserves, exploration and mapping techniques for oil producing formations, scientific substantiation and discovery of oil and gas fields, elaboration of simulation modeling methods applicable in the sphere of predicting the potential and forecasting probable risks in exploration works. He authored and co-authored over 1000 scientific publications, including more than 50 monographs, four inventions and 4 patents
PhD in physics and mathematics, Head of Laboratory of high-energy particles interactions at the Institute of Physics and Technology (Kharkiv, Ukraine). He is known for works in both theoretical and experimental nuclear and particle physics. His research interests also include parallel and grid computing. Leonid is a Team Leader of the Ukrainian institutes participating in the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Cross-Brand specialist: POWER Systems, Storage systems, AIX, Linux
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.
Assistant of the Department of General & Theoretical Physics, Sumy State University, and Research Associate of the Department of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Physics, Augsburg University.
Research track: high-performance scientific computing on graphics processing units, dynamics of complex systems, non-equilibrium quantum systems
Yury V. Rubin - Doctor of Sciences, Senior Researcher at the ILTPE (FTINT) NASU department of Molecular Biophysics. Area of interest is the quantum-mechanical calculations of biomolecules, in particular nucleic acid fragments.
After training in the laboratory of Professor Leszczynski (Mississippi Computer Center, USA) in 1995 began ab initio calculations on remote supercomputers in Ukraine. Since 2005 collaborated with Computer Center of Institute of Cybernetics, participated in the testing and running skit1 and skit2 clusters. He was one of the initiators on creation of the ILTPE cluster.
Vladimir is regional representative of Tesis company. Tesis develops products for modelling dynamics of gas, liquid and solid systems.
Dmitry Tkachev is Chief Product Officer at Massive Solutions company. Massive Solutions is the software engineering and consulting company that develops system level software to manage and control big distributed installations such as HPC clusters and datacenters.
Vadim is head of HPC & Distributed Computing lab in Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NAS of Ukaine. He is leading developer of multiple HPC projects primary for oil and gas geophysics. Member of UNG Coordination Committee, EAGE, SEG.
PhD in physics and mathematics and a beginner in Nvidia's CUDA appliance to the R-functions method.
Scientific interests are connected with the theory of R-functions, which allows to solve the inverse problem of analytical geometry and to enhance the methods for solving the boundary problems.
Certified solution specialist for IBM WebSphere brand.
Mainly focused on Connectivity and Integration products
Scientific leader of the development projects of the CFD solvers FlowER and F. Scientific interests are the following: Computational Fluid Dynamics, unsteady viscous flows, Navier-Stokes equations, turbulence & transition, turbomachinery flows, TVD & ENO schemes, aerodynamic optimisation of turbomachinery, code parallelisation
Administrator of "Lomonosov" and "Chebishev" supercomputers.
Field of interests: security systems, numerical methods, parallel processing for embedded systems, HPC and GRID technologies