An article was published in the Kyiv Polytechnic newspaper

An article has been published about the activity of the Applied Mathematics Club and its leader, Dr. Hanna Oleksiivna Yailymova, who is also an employee of the Department of Mathematical Modeling and Data Analysis at Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.

The department’s instructors place a great deal of emphasis on working with talented young people, involving both students and high school students in clubs, and mentors set interesting tasks, encouraging young people to engage in scientific activities.… Continue reading

Professors of the MMDA department are included in the open database of the world’s most cited scientists

On the International Day of Science, the MMDA department welcomes all scientists and is proud that two professors of our department, prof. Nataliia Kussul and prof. Andrii Shelestov, included in the open database of the world’s most cited scientists, created by Stanford University based on a standardized methodology that takes into account various citation indices, the influence of scientific publications where the works are published, and even the serial number of the author in the publication.… Continue reading

Forbes news about our research – estimating crop losses due to fires

In Forbes news, the results of the research of the employees of the Department of Mathematical Modeling and Data Analysis of the Educational and Research Institute of Physics and Technology NTUU “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” together with the specialists of the Space Research Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the SSA of Ukraine, who determined the burned areas of Ukraine based on satellite data, were published.… Continue reading

Webinar on the e-shape project “EO in support of agricultural activities: new horizons”

On June 9, 2022, a webinar on the international project e-shape “EO in support of agricultural activities: new horizons” was held, where participants presented their work within the respective pilots. In particular, prof. Nataliia Kussul presented the preliminary results of the Ukrainian team’s work on pilot 1.6, in which participants assess the indicator of sustainable development goals 2.4.1 “Proportion of agricultural area under productive and sustainable agriculture” and 15.3.1 “Proportion of land that is degraded over total land area” on the cloud CREODIAS platform and based on the analysis of satellite time series and land cover classification maps.… Continue reading

A workshop on “Autoencoders. Introduction” with Nazar Ponochevny

On June 6, 2022, there was a workshop by our successful FTI student, CEO of Harmix startup and research intern at the University of Toronto – Nazar Ponochevny on “Autoencoders. Introduction ”.

We talked about the use of auto-encoders in applied problems, understood why we need auto-encoders on examples and understood the direction of movement of successful students.… Continue reading