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.
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.
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.
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.
Vladimir is regional representative of Tesis company. Tesis develops products for modelling dynamics of gas, liquid and solid systems.