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Department in our days

Head of the Department – Prof. Dr. Peter I. Kogut. 13 Teachers provides the educational process at the Department: Professors, Doctors of Science – 2 (1 – corresponding member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine); Associate Professors – 7; Readers – 4. The following seminars are working on the Department of differential equations:
  1. The scientific seminar “Modern Problems of Optimization and Mathematical Modeling”.
  2. Methodological seminar.
  3. Practical seminar for students “Actual Problems of Computer Information Processing”.
Staff of the Department:
  • Peter I. Kogut — Prof. Dr., Head of the Department.
  • Mykola V. Poljakov — Corresponding Member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Prof. Dr., Professor, the Rector of Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovs National University
  • Vladimir L. Borsch — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Marina V. Matyash — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Yurii L. Menshikov — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Eugene V. Turchin — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Svetlana A. Gorbonos — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Yurii P. Sovit — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Andrii V. Siasiev — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor, Deputy Dean for Research of Mechanics & Mathematics Faculty.
  • Olga S. Filippova — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor
  • Eugene A. Makarenkov — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Tamara A. Bazhanova — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Irina G. Balanenko — Ph.Dr., Associate Professor.
  • Anna O. Putchenko — Associate Professor.
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Bulletin of Dnipropetrovsk University. Series: Communications in Mathematical Modeling and Differential Equations Theory

"The Bulletin of Dnipropetrovsk University. Series: “Communications in Mathematical Modeling and Differential Equations Theory” (shortly “BDU-Modelling”) is concerned with the theory and the application of partial differential equations, dynamical systems, optimal control theory and other related topics. The goal is to provide a complete and reliable source of mathematical methods and results in this field. The journal will also accept papers from some related fields such as functional analysis, probability theory and stochastic analysis, inverse problems, optimization, numerical computation, mathematical finance, game theory, system theory, etc., provided that they have some intrinsic connections with control theory and differential equations.

The articles published are addressed not only to mathematicians but also to those engineers, physicists, and other scientists for whom differential equations are valuable research tools. To be published in this journal, an original paper must be correct, new, nontrivial and of interesting to readers.

BDU-Modelling is a yearly publication. It is edited by a group of international leading experts in mathematical control theory and related fields. A key feature of BDU-Modelling is the journal's rapid publication, with a special emphasis on the highest scientific standard. The journal is essential reading for scientists and researchers who wish to keep abreast of the latest developments in the field. BDU-Modelling is a publication of the DnipropetrovskNationalUniversity. The journal had been founded in 2009 for researchers and students in the field of mathematics.