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1947 PhD h-index: Leading scientist's research interests: Computer design of materials, development of methods for computations o... ... of the laboratory: A very large number of works of theoretical and experimental nature are published by Japanese scientists only ... ... opportunity to promptly get acquainted with achievements of Japanese science. Awards and achievements: 2012 – Award for contributions ... ... Institute of Metals. 1994 – Scientific Prize from the Japan Information Center of Science and Technology (Japan). 1991 – ...
Gorban Alexander Nikolaevich
1952 Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences h-index: Leading scientist's research interests: computer and Information sciences, biophysics, mathematical and computational biology, mathematics, physics, chemistry and chemical technology, thermodynamics, interdisciplinary research. Quote by the head of the laboratory: "Artificial intellect and machine learning are ...
Spokoiny Vladimir Grigoriyevich
1959 Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences h-index: Leading scientist's research interests: Mathematical statistics, information technologies and computation systems Quote by the head of the laboratory: My main product is over 50 young specialists who have passed through my laboratory and are already able to conduct active scientific work Awards and achievements: - fellow of the International ...
Glyzin Sergey Dmitriyevich
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences h-index: Leading scientist's research interests: Theory of dynamic systems, theory of bifurcations, information technologies Chair of the Department of Computer Networks at the P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University (Russia)
Kostylev Mikhail Pavlovich
1961 Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Mikhail Pavlovich Kostylev is a renowned expert in magnonics, magnetisation dynamics, and microwave spintronics. The professor was the first to propose and experimentally demonstrate that spin waves in ferromagnetic films are promising information carriers in physical reservoir computers. He was also the first to propose and demonstrate a new method for the detection of magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical ...
Sloot Peter Maria Arnoldus
... Professor, head of the TROIKA: Technology and Research On Information-driven Knowledge Alliance, Saint Petersburg University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics – ITMO (Russia) Professor of the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands) Professor of the Institute of Complex Systems Research, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) Senior editor of international journals Journal of Computational Science and Future Generation of Computing Systems