Scientific Activity

The Department of Computer Sciences has several major areas of research. These include:

  • Mathematical modeling in the analysis of strengthened deformable shell structures
  • Mathematical modeling of the boundary layer of atmosphere and ocean
  • Development of the fundamentals for the theory of parallel diagnosing of discrete objects
  • Mathematical modeling in insurance and investment
  • Computer technologies in the integrated research of structural solidity, sustainability and non-linear oscillations of buildings

Publications Indexed in Web of Science and Scopus

Dem’yanovich Y.K., Vager B.G. Spline-wavelet Decomposition on anInterval // Journal of Mathematical Sciences. – 2015. – Vol. 207. – Iss. 5. – P. 736-752

Bolotin S., Vager B., Vasilijev V. Comparative Analysis of the Cross-Flow Indirect Evaporative Air Coolers // International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. – 2015. – V. 88. – С. 224-235.

Karpov V., Semenov A. Strength and Stability of Orthotropic Shells // World Applied Sciences Journal. – 2014. – No. 30(5). – P: 617-623.

Karpov V.V., Maslennikov A.M. Methods for Solving Non-Linear Tasks for Calculating Construction Structures // World Applied Sciences Journal. – 2013. – No. 23. – P: 178-183.

Dyomin A.M. Calculation of the Properties of Raw Briquette for Producing Foam Glass in the Temperature Range of Preheating // Glass Physics and Chemistry. – 2013. – No. 39. – P. 462-466.

Belopolskaya Y.I., Romadanova, M.M. Probabilistic Approach to Free Boundary Problems and Pricing Estimate of American Options // Journal of Mathematical Sciences. – 2011. – Vol. 176. – Iss. 2. – P. 124-145.

Patents

  • DimShell: dimensionless calculations of orthotropic shells / Karpov, Vladimir V., Semenov, Aleksey A.// Certificate 2015661781 (Russia), 09.11.2015
  • OrthShell: strength and stability of orthotropic shells / Semenov, Aleksey A.// Certificate 2014614627, (Russia), 29.04.2014
  • LinShell: linear calculation of shallow shells / Karpov, Vladimir V., Semenov, Aleksey A., Kholod, D. V. // – Certificate 2013660432, (Russia), 06.11.2013.

BIM

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction professionals the insight and tools to more efficient planning, design, construction, and management of buildings and the infrastructure. BIM is efficient at all stages of construction process: data collection, design, construction, maintenance, repair and demolition.

BIM is a framework for integrating technologies, processes and engineers in engineering and construction operations. The result of BIM is an object-oriented numerical model of an object and its construction. The result of BIM is object-oriented numerical model of an object and its construction. Such computer model has all necessary information about the architecture, technologies, economics, and beyond. It lets specialists gather and check all the components and systems of the construction and avoid any collisions. All information in BIM is interrelated and renewed automatically, thus allowing to save money, time, and efforts.

The Department of Computer Science broadly uses BIM in the educational process and develops new courses. Students get acquainted with BIM-supporting software and write their final papers using their BIM-related skills.

 

Faculties

  • Faculty of environmental engineering and municipal services
    Faculty of environmental engineering and municipal services
  • Faculty of automobile and road-building
    Faculty of automobile and road-building
  • Faculty of economics and management
    Faculty of economics and management
  • Faculty of architecture
    Faculty of architecture
  • Faculty of civil engineering
    Faculty of civil engineering
  • Faculty of forensic investigation and law in construction and transport
    Faculty of forensic investigation and law in construction and transport
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