Ekaterina graduated from the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics of the Tomsk State University. She also defended where her thesis for the degree of Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences with professor Svetlana Moiseeva as her supervisor. During her work on the thesis, Ekaterina repeatedly participated in scientific events held at the RUDN University where she showed herself as a promising young scientist. Soon after she had received the scientific degree, Ekaterina was offered to take part in the competition for the post-doctoral position of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications of the RUDN University.
Now Ekaterina works in the Research Center for Applied Probability and Stochastic Analysis of AMCT under the guidance of the professor Yuliya Gaidamaka. The main task of hers is to analyze and develop mathematical models of information processing and transmission processes in new generation communication networks; obtained scientific results publication in high-rating journals, as well as their approbation at international scientific and technical events. Moreover, an additional goal is indicated to Ekaterina that would be a pleasant bonus. It is establishing close cooperation between the teams of the AMCT Institute and the queueing theory scientific school of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at the Tomsk State University.
May 29, Daniele Donati, Academic Director for Teaching Italian Language at Italian Language School for Foreign Students at Campus Magnolie, became a guest of the RUDN Institute of Foreign Languages.
A new postdoc appeared at the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology of the RUDN University, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Ekaterina Lisovskaya.
Fans of “free dance” from different parts of the world met on August 1-4, in London (UK) at the Isadora Duncan International Symposium (IDIS), dedicated to the heritage of Isadora Duncan. The Isadora dance studio of RUDN Interclub, led by Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation Valentina Ryazanova, took part in workshops and master classes, and also visited places that inspired the famous dancer.