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A. Bugajev in 2015 has defended the dissertation on a topic “The investigation of efficiency of physical phenomena modelling using differential equations on distributed systems”. In his dissertation the computational efficiency problems were solved – the efficient parallel algorithms were created and examined, the stability of the algorithms was investigated. The research interest covers theory of algorithms, parallel algorithms, machine learning. He has published 12 papers in journals with Impact Factors indexed in the “Web of Science” database, 7 of them during the last 5 years.
R. Kriauzienė in 2020 has defended dissertation on the topic “Parallel algorithms for non-classical problems with big computational costs”. The dissertation is devoted to parallel algorithms that help to solve the problems of memory resource and computation time. Effective parallel algorithms were developed and analysed. At the Young Scientists’ Conference of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences “Interdisciplinary Research in Physical and Technological Sciences: 7th Conference of Young Scientists”, her work was rated high, she was included in the list of laureates and awarded the INFOBALT second degree award. She has published 5 articles with Impact Factors indexed in the “Web of Science” database, 4 of them during the last five years.
O. Vasilecas is a senior researcher at the Institute of Applied Informatics of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Vilnius Tech). He is the author of more than 329 research papers and 5 books in the field of information systems development. His research interests: knowledge, including business rule and ontology, based information systems development, and Data Science. He delivered lectures in 7 European universities including London, Barcelona, Athens and Ljubljana. O. Vasilecas carried out an apprenticeship in Germany, Holland, China, and last time in Latvia and Slovenia universities. He supervised 13 successfully defended doctoral theses and now is supervising 2 doctoral students. He was the leader of many international and local research projects. Last time he led the “Business Rules Solutions for Information Systems Development (VeTIS)” project carried out under the High Technology Development Program.
V. Chadyšas involves its research areas with a comprehensive analysis of data and the application of different statistical methods in various areas of life. In 2010, he defended the doctoral thesis on the topic “Statistical estimators of the finite population parameters in the case of sample rotation”. During his scientific career, Viktoras Chadyšas has prepared and published over 20 scientific articles in mathematics journals. The results of the research were presented at more than 20 scientific conferences held in different Lithuanian and foreign cities. In 2005, Viktoras Chadyšas received the Lithuanian Academy of Science Prize in mathematics, physics and chemistry section for the work “Viktoro Chadyšo 2005 publications”. From 2006 Viktoras Chadyšas is a member of the Society of Lithuanian Mathematicians.