The Building of Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics
Cybernetics Faculty of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv was founded on May 6, 1969. Academician of NAS of Ukraine V.M. Glushkov and dean of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Professor I.I. Liashko were its founders. Almost at once after the establishment, Faculty of Cybernetics became a major center of training specialists in the area of applied mathematics and informatics in the Soviet Union.
Nowadays Faculty consists of nine departments:
- Department of Computational Mathematics,
- Department of Modeling of Complex Systems,
- Department of Operations Research,
- Department of Theoretical Cybernetics,
- Department of Theory and Technology of Programming,
- Department of Mathematical Informatics,
- Department of System Analysis and Theory of Decision Making,
- Department of Applied Statistics,
- Department of Informational Systems.
For today Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics is the one of the biggest faculties in the University, which provides training of the bachelors, masters and doctoral students.
Specialities of Bachelor's degree:
- 6.040301 — Applied mathematics;
- 6.040302 — Informatics;
- 6.040303 — System Analysis;
- 6.050103 — Software Engineering;
- 8.04030101 — Applied mathematics;
- 8.04030201 — Informatics;
- 8.04030203 — Social Informatics;
- 8.04030302 — Systems and Methods for Decision Making;
- 8.05010301 — Software of Systems.
Specialities of Doctoral degree:
- 01.05.01 — Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science and Cybernetics,
- 01.05.02 — Mathematical Modeling and Computational Methods,
- 01.05.03 — Mathematical and Software of Computers and Systems,
- 01.05.04 — System Analysis and Theory of Optimal Decisions,
- 08.00.11 — Mathematical Methods, Models and Information Technologies in Economics.
- Laboratory of Computational Methods in the Mechanics of Continuous Environments,
- Laboratory of Modeling and Optimization,
- Laboratory of High-Performance Systems of Information Processing,
- Laboratory of Probabilistic and Statistical Methods,
- School of Mathematical Informatics,
- School of Programmology and its Applications,
- School of Algebraic-Automata Methods of Development of Intelligent Information Systems,
- School of Mathematical Modeling and Theory of Optimal Decisions,
- School of Theory of Stochastic Systems and Applied Statistics,
- School of Simulation and Optimization of Information Systems.