Oportunități academice pentru studenții facultății de Matematică și Informatică

Postat 26/11/2018 in categoria News

În perioada 12-23 noiembrie, 2018, în cadrul Proiectului CPEA-LT-2016/10003, finanțat de către Centrul pentru Cooperare Internațională în Educație din Norvegia, la facultatea de Matematică și Informatică a Universității de Stat din Moldova a fost organizat un al doilea eveniment important – Școala Studențească pentru studierea problemelor de risc managerial și elaborării metodelor de optimizare a problemelor de transport. (Despre primul eveniment – conferința științifică ”Modelare Matematică, Optimizare și Tehnologii Informaționale” s-a mai scris în postările precedente.)

Aceasta este deja cea de-a treia ediție a școlii organizate în cadrul proiectului menționat. Prima ediție a fost organizată în luna august 2017, la universitatea “Taras Șevcenko” din Kiev, iar cea de-a doua – în luna octombrie a acestui an, la universitatea “Shota Rustaveli” din Batumi (Georgia).

Pe parcursul a două săptămâni, la lucrările școlii au participat studenți și cadre didactice calificate de la universitățile din Chișinău, Kiev, Batumi, Tbilisi, Institutul de Cibernetică a Academiei Naționale din Ucraina.

SCHOOL PROGRAM

Norwegian-Moldavian-Georgian-Ukrainian School

“Contemporary Risk Management” and

Optimization methods for motor transportation problems”

(sponsored by SIU, grant CPEA-LT-2016/10003)

 

12 – 23 November, 2018

Chisinau, Moldova

Network Partners:

V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine (NASU),

Moldova State University (MSU, Moldova)

Academy of Transport, Informatics, and Communications (ATIC, Moldova),

Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (BSU, Batumi, Georgia)

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Miratech Corporation Ukraine (MCU, Kyiv, Ukraine)

International Institute for Applied System Analyses (IIASA, Austria)

Systems Analysis Commettee of NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine

 

The School “Contemporary Risk Management” and “Optimization methods for motor transportation problems” organized as a part of the project “Advanced Collaborative Program for Research Based Education on Risk Management in Industry and Services under Global Economic, Technological and Environmental Changes” funded by the Norwegian Center for International Cooperation in Education (SIU).

The main objective of the project is to strengthen the Norwegian-Ukrainian-Eurasian educational and research cooperation in the field of Quantitative Risk Management and related topics, e.g. optimal decision support under risk and uncertainty. The project seeks to develop a sustainable network of universities in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Norway capable of designing and running joint programs and courses at both Master and PhD-levels. The cooperation will be based on principles of Bologna declaration and on combining strengths of each university in a particular field and creating synergies through the network cooperation.

Participants will gain a deeper understanding of new challenges in the field of quantitative risk management and critical infrastructure protection. This school may be of particular interest to practitioners and policy-makers who prepare the guidelines for reforms in these areas. Beyond that, this school will serve as a networking platform to enhance education of young specialists in partner countries.

Project coordinator: Professor Alexei Gaivoronski, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, Trondheim, Norway.

 

International Program Committee:

Chair: Professor Alexei Gaivoronski, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management (NTNU, Norway);

Co-Chair: Professor Volodymyr Zaslavskyi, Faculty of Computer Science and Cybernetics (TSNUK, Ukraine);

Co-Chair: Professor Dumitru Solomon, Academy of Transport, Informatics and Communications (ATIC, Moldova)

Co-Chair: Professor Serghey Cataranciuc, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science (MSU, Moldova).

Corresponding Member of NASU, Professor Pavlo Knopov (GIC, Ukraine).

 

Local Organizing Committee:

Prof. Cataranciuc Serghey, Prof. Dmitrii Lozovanu, Asoc. Prof. Hîncu Boris, Asoc. Prof. Godonoaga Anatolie, Asoc. Prof. Ungureanu Valerii, Asoc. Prof. Tcacenko Alexandra.

 

Working languages of the school: English, Moldavian, and Russian.

 

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