Our paper was presented 2024 IEEE 42nd International Conference on Electronics and Nanotechnology (ELNANO)

On May 15, 2024, the master of the department Yevhenii Saliy (group FI-31mn) presented a paper on the topic “Transfer Learning Approach for Oil Spills’ Detection Using SAR Satellite Data” (co-authored with professors of the department Natalia Kussul, Andrii Shelestov, master’s student Volodymyr Kuzin) in the section “Aerospace and electronic systems”.… Continue reading

International symposium on applied geoinformatics – ISAG2024

On May 9-10, 2024, the International symposium on applied geoinformatics 2024 (International symposium on applied geoinformatics – ISAG2024) was held in Wroclaw, Poland.

In total, more than 100 scientific works were presented at the symposium, of which 7 works were presented by our teachers and students.… Continue reading

The Department of MMDA invites for master’s degree

The Department of Mathematical Modeling and Data Analysis INVITES for master’s degree in the educational and scientific program “Mathematical methods of modeling, pattern recognition and computer vision” in specialty 113 “Applied mathematics”.

If you:

  • interested in applied mathematics
  • you dream of finding like-minded people and participating in real projects of machine learning, artificial intelligence and computer vision.
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Our department’s student Drozd Sofia took part in the EGU2024 conference

We are glad to announce that a student of our department, Drozd Sofia, took part in the EGU2024 conference!

This is another confirmation of the high level of academic training and talent of our students. Sofia presented the work of the department’s team “Evaluating the Impact of Armed Conflict on Agricultural Sector in Ukraine through Remote Sensing and Machine Learning” and demonstrated promising research at the international level.… Continue reading

The work of our student Sofia Drozd won the absolute victory at the ACM Student Research Competition 2024

Master’s student of our department Sofia Drozd won the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) as part of the international symposium ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC2024)!
Her research “Detection of War-Caused Agricultural Field Damages Using Sentinel-2 Satellite Data with Machine Learning and Anomaly Detection”, conducted under the supervision of Professor Natalia Kussul, was recognized as the best among all works presented at the SRC, for which Sofia received a gold medal and monetary reward in the amount of $500.… Continue reading