The department APEPS research work carried out in the following areas of innovation:

  • mathematical modeling of dynamic objects and systems;
  • environmental conservation and sustainable development;
  • New computer tools and technology information society;
  • new energy saving technologies in energy, industry and agriculture;
  • diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases.

New computer tools and technology information society

This area includes:
1. GIS technology in environmental studies.
2. Subsystem Mobile documenting the results of flight tests.
3. Prediction of maximum load web resources.
4. Computer-aided design TPP boilers.
5. Virtual Lab Space Research.
6. The automatic control system using sensor signal processing computer.
7. Development of intelligent robots.
8. Semantic technologies in e-learning.

Mathematical modeling of dynamic objects and systems

This area includes:
1. Modeling of laser material processing.
2. Geometric modeling flow steam cleaning materials in a vacuum.
3. Neural network methods of technical diagnostics of the main equipment of nuclear power plants.
4. Simulation of Temperature Field sotopanelnyh structures with heat pipes.
5. Geometric modeling of objects based on nonlinear transformations.
6. Numerical simulation of nonlinear transport processes in photovoltaic and electrochemical converters.
7. Automated system for thermal analysis.
8. Simulation of complex dynamic systems based solution of integral equations.
9. New technologies and effective means of mixing in continuous media.
10. Mathematical modeling of computer-aided design and development of heating systems.

Diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases

This area includes:
1. Preparation of medical technology and information processing tools.

The latest in energy saving technologies and industry

This area includes:
1. National centralized accounting system energy consumption.

Saving the environment and sustainable development

This area includes:
1. Ecological and economic sustainability management area.
2. Information-analytical system for collecting, processing and forecasting environmental and economic information.