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Section leaders: Dunaeva Oksana Georgievna

Gaysin Artur Kamilevich


Elena Spirina, PhD Associate professor Topic: Development of unified detection, planning, optimization, adaptive usage of resources and routing algorithm in broadband wireless access networks.
Abstract: We deal with analyzing and increasing broadband wireless access networks efficiency through development and research of effective planning, optimization, adaptive usage of resources and routing methods based on new classes of channels’ stochastic models using GIS technologies and unified receiving algorithm synthesis.
Sergey Kozlov, PhD, DSc Associate professor Title: Multi-Markov poly-Gaussian models of wideband systems.
Abstract: We describe a new subclass of poly-Gaussian models – multi-Markov poly-Gaussian models, optimized for describing signals transduction environment in systems with wideband signals. Based on the developed model, the algorithm for the signals reception has been synthesized and subsequently analyzed for its efficiency with signals of CDMA One standard. The data obtained confirmed both the capability of the model to provide adequate description of the signal environment and the efficiency of the developed algorithm.
Adel Nadeev, PhD, DSc Professor Title: Theory and applications of Markov-mixed random processes in signal processing
Abstract: Model, based on the mixture of Gaussian distributions or Poly-gaussian model, can be used for representation of probability distributions of signal and interference in real radiochannels. Poly Gaussian approach allows us to obtain analytical solutions for different types of signal processing algorithms in non-Gaussian formulation. We have proposed an approach based on combining of capabilities poly-Gaussian and Markov models, so called Markov-mixed poly-gaussian probabilistic model. Generalized classification algorithm, based on the Markov-mixed poly-gaussian probabilistic model, has a recurrent form of the likelihood ratio. The algorithm combines the properties of parallelism and recurrence.
Dmitry Danilaev, PhD Associate professor Title: Automated organizational management systems.
Abstract The approach to adaptation of collaborative processes in organizational systems is considered in this report. It is based on the information technology use. The methods of structural adaptation and processes for self-adjusting are offered. The mathematical models of collaborative decision-making support are presented based on fuzzy logic methods. The developed mathematical models are convenient to algorithmize. They allowed developing solutions for support expert subsystem. The designed expert subsystem software module allows completing the existing automated system functionally. An integrated information system design and technical solutions are discussed.
Aleksey Korobkov, PhD Associate professor Title: Probability density of polar coordinates of random vectors with random fluctuations of their Cartesian coordinates.
Abstract: The report provides a new approach for describing the probability density of polar coordinates of random vectors. If Cartesian coordinates of random vectors have Gaussian distributions with zero means and the same variances, then distributions of their polar coordinates are known. But the density distribution of the polar coordinates of random vectors with Gaussian coordinates and not the same variances are unknown. In the report the results of modeling of a new approach are provided.
Artur Gaysin, Lecturer, PhD student Title: Estimation of quality of service parameters in mobile communication networks.
Abstract: The report presents the main stages of the methodology for assessing the QoS parameters of mobile networks. This methodology is based on measuring energy parameters of the radio interface and assessment congestion of channel resources. We present probabilistic relationships that take into account multiple classes of subscribers’ traffic. It can be used in constructing models of mobile cells and assessment of current load.

Section 4. “Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,
Chemical and Energy Engineering”

Section leaders: Bikmukhametov Airat Rashidovich

Altunin Konstantin Vitalevich

Simonov hall

Iskander Gilmanshin, PhD Associate professor Title: Landfill energy complex based on the renewable energy installations.
Abstract: We analyze standard approaches to degassing landfills and existing methods of degassing landfills. We implement a series of parallel studies in the framework of achieving a common goal to reduce the anthropogenic pressure on the ecosystem of the region due to the need for disposal of solid waste. We aim to develop the target problem-oriented management techniques and an effective energy complex to solve the existing problem of landfill degassing.
Ruslan Isakov, PhD Associate profes-sor Title: Effect of the static synchronous compensator on the distance protection of the transmission line.
Abstract: The presence of FACTS devices such as a shunt-connected STATCOM on a transmission line has a great impact on the measured impedance at the relaying point which in turn affects the performance of the relay. The new algorithm uses synchronized data sampling of the STATCOM current at the relay location. According to that, the measured impedance is corrected and the actual distance to the fault is calculated. This algorithm is more flexible as it requires only voltage and current measurements during the fault and no pre fault measurements are entailed.  
Olga Egorova, Senior lecturer Title: Detecting heavy metals IN metropolis ecosystems.
Abstract: My research places emphasis on the environmental monitoring of air conditions and various types of contaminants which influence metropolis ecosystems. The method of detecting heavy metals as contaminants which allows giving a comprehensive assessment of the state of a metropolis ecosystem is being developed and , therefore, timely measures to reduce bad impact of mobile sources on the environment are being taken.
Svetlana Shavaleeva, PhD Associate professor Title: Glass waste recycling.
Abstract: Collecting and recycling glass waste being of great importance contribute to the decreasing of bad influence on the environment. This project presents the results of modern technologies working on the principle "Waste makes income". There is a high-temperature waste treatment process called “fuzing”. Applying this technology allows achieving these goals. Stained-glass windows resulting in glass wastes are recycled into glass jewelry; glass container wastes are recycled into souvenir products.  
Ellina Gogol, PhD Associate professor Title: Environmentally safe manufacturing establishments for sustainable development.
Abstract: Environmentally safe and effective development is a major challenge for sustainable development. One way of solving this problem is the creation of new technologies to increase their environmental safety. The importance of environmental issues and potential impacts associated with manufacturing and consumption of products, increases interest in methods to assess and mitigate these effects, in particular in the assessment of the life cycle.  
Guzel Gumerova, PhD Senior lecturer Title: A new approach to the determination of the dioxins.
Abstract: Dioxins and dioxin-like compounds are by-products of various industrial processes, such as production of plastics, pesticides, herbicides, metals, paper, waste incineration. The modern methods of determination of dioxins are very costly and time consuming. Based on this, a new method for determination of dioxins using the enzymatic biosensors was developed. This method greatly simplifies and reduces the cost of the analysis procedure.  
Konstantin Altunin, PhD Associate professor Title: Research projects in the GRIAT “Chemical and Energy Engineering” MSc program.
Abstract: The MSc program offers several courses including «Mechanical Process Engineering» that are devoted to mechanical processes that can have place in other media and include particle interactions, powders, nanoparticles, aerosols, particle size distribution, physical particle properties; combination of comminution and separation processes; particle mixing and agglomeration, etc. The report also highlights innovative research of the author, such as elaboration of new sprayers for aircraft, burners for heat plants and home stoves, new internal combustion systems, etc.
Marina Rumyantseva, PhD Associate professor Title Extrascientific factors of scientific knowledge
Abstract The problem of scientific knowledge is old and young at the same time. Each epoch brings some new traits to it. But the essence of it is constant – does it give us the real vision of the world or is our knowledge a sort of fantasy or fallacy? The answers can be found in different fields. One of them is the notion of science itself


Section 5. “Embedded Systems, Research in Computer Systems”

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