Applied Mathematics & Communications Technology Institute
Applied Mathematics & Communications Technology Institute
The scope of the Institute for Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications includes the development of new mobile communication technologies, the software to improve the capacity of data transmission channels.
Director
Konstantin Samuylov
Contacts
News All news
Science
28 Aug
From the Barents to the Sea of Azov: participants at the 3MUGIS RUDN Summer School study the landscapes and soils of Russia

July 27 - August 10, the III field international summer school «Anthropogenic and natural landscapes and soils of European Russia: from sea to sea» was held by RUDN University in conjunction with scientific and educational organizations of Russia, Germany and the USA. This year, 50 participants represented Russia, Germany, Italy, China, the USA, Chile and France for 2 weeks crossed the entire European part of Russia from the Barents Sea to the Sea of Azov, to study the zonal diversity of soils and landscapes and evaluate the results of anthropogenic impact on the ecosystem.

Science
02 Aug
“Our technique allows us to do express analysis and select high-quality medicinal plant materials, which means improving the quality of drugs based on them,” - Vera Zhilkina, IBCTN, RUDN University

July 6-11, RUDN experts presented papers at the 44th Congress of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies “From Molecules to Living Systems” in Poland

Science
31 Jul
Postdoc from the Тomsk State University visits the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology of the RUDN University

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.

Research projects All projects
Establish a world-class Research Center for solving theoretical problems in probability theory and mathematical statistics, including the application of developed mathematical models to analyze telecommunications networks and systems

Project leader

Yuri Orlov

Laboratories and centers All laboratories

Research Center for Applied Probability & Stochastic Analysis

The Center focuses on solving practical problems in the development of mathematical models for quality evaluation of the functioning of Internet of Things infrastructure within conditions of device dynamic relocation. The studies conducted by the Center lie at the junction of probability theory, mathematical statistics, and queuing theory.

TypeCenter

Research Center for Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics

The main research goal is the improvement of applied computational methods for solving problems in mathematical physics, probability and statistics theory.

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Research Center for High-Tech Systems and Infocommunication Modeling of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications

The Center's activities aim to solve practical problems of fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks in terms of user applications. The work is conducted as part of the research project "Research and development of models and methods for design, analysis and calculation of wireless networks”. - The Center conducts studies on 5G wireless heterogeneous networks in relation to the motion patterns of subscribers. - The Center develops models of radio resource management mechanisms of various types in 5G wireless heterogeneous networks. - The Center is developing analytical approaches to the probabilistic–time characteristics of 5G wireless heterogeneous networks under a dynamic random variation of the signal-to-interference ratio.

TypeCenter

Research Center for Wireless 5G Networks Simulation

Research and development of the scientific foundations and a complex of stochastic models to evaluate the effectiveness and reliability of devices interconnection in wireless networks of the Internet of Things.

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Partners All partners

City

Tampere, Finland

Type of institution

University

Subject of cooperation:
Development of models of devices traffic in 5G wireless networks together with the representatives of Tampere University of Technology
Result of cooperation:

conduct analysis of signal-to-interference ratio as well as related indicators of quality in terms of random processes for typical scenarios of user interaction in 5G networks supporting D2D connections and the Internet of Things.

About partner:
Start of collaboration: November 2016 Tampere University of Technology is one of two Finnish universities funded by the foundation. The University consists of 5 faculties. The university has 8,300 students and 1,700 employees. At the moment the university is ranked 319 and 287 in the field of Engineering & Technology according to QS ratings. Scientific Research at Tampere University of Technology is geared towards the application of mathematical methods to enhance software productivity and reliability. The main research topics include effective algorithms and data structures, algorithmic machine learning and data mining

City

Brno, Czech Republic

Type of institution

International research organization

Subject of cooperation:
Development of computer models, numerical and analytical methods of infocommunication technologies together with representatives of Brno University of Technology.
Result of cooperation:

conduct analysis of the statistical characteristics of subscriber traffic in wireless networks in order to identify the spatial-probabilistic characteristics of traffic as well as the reliability of network connections.

About partner:
Start of collaboration: November 2016 Brno University of Technology is the second largest university in the Czech Republic. The University consists of 10 faculties and institutes. About 23,000 students study at the university. At the moment the university is ranked 262 in the field of Engineering & Technology according to QS ratings. Scientific research conducted at Brno University of Technology is focused on computer modeling and the application of numerical and analytical methods in the study of complex physical and technical systems and infocommunication technologies as well as the processing of experimental data. The main research topics include Big Data, computational experiments in telecommunications.

City

Dubna, Russia

Type of institution

Institute

Subject of cooperation:
Representatives of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research will participate in the development of computer models and conduct numerical and analytical methods for studying complex physical and technical systems.
Result of cooperation:

computer implementation of symbolic-numerical algorithms for solving initial boundary problems for the corresponding systems of partial differential equations simulating the effects of Maxwell's optics and quantum mechanics.

Development of Stochastic models for different research areas such as biology, demographics, climatology, energy, telecommunications, economics, etc.

Computer implementation of analytical and numerical algorithms for solving kinetic equations.

About partner:
Start of collaboration: November 2016 The Joint Institute for Nuclear Research consists of 7 laboratories. Scientific research conducted at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research is focused on the study of elementary particle physics and nuclear physics. The main research topics include high energy physics, Big Data, computational experiments in elementary particle physics.

City

Tampere, Finland

Type of institution

International high-tech company

Subject of cooperation:
Development of mechanisms for managing radio resources in the 5G wireless heterogeneous networks that support direct interaction of D2D devices, Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Reliable Things (IoRT) together with YL-Verkot Oy’s representatives.
Result of cooperation:

implementation of complex mathematical models for managing radio resources of 5G wireless heterogeneous networks that support direct interaction of D2D devices, Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Reliable Things (IoRT).

About partner:
Start of collaboration: November 2016 YL-Verkot Oy focuses on research in 5G telecommunication networks. The main research topics include wireless data transmission systems, heterogeneous communication systems, cooperative data transmission, stand-alone cellular applications.
Events All events
2019
24 Dec
Efimov Ilia «Synthesis of new BODIPY compounds based on 1,2,4-oxadiazolyl-1H-pyrroles»
The new BODIPY compounds were synthesized based on 1,2,4-oxadiazolyl-1H-pyrroles. The strategy for this new BODIPY was used as reaction azolylenamines with isocyanides followed by next condensation with aldehydes with presence of TEA. These new BODIPY compounds will be tested by cyclic voltammetry for potential application in organic electronics.
Direction: Science
Event format: Seminar
2019
12 Nov
Kletskov Alexey «Mixed 1,2-azole heterocycles in homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis in aqueous media»
As a result of joint researches, methods for the synthesis of mixed heterocyclic ligands containing heterocycles completely different in electronic properties (for example, 1,2-azole-1,2,3-triazole, 1,2-azole-pyridine, 1,2-azole-pyrimidine) and their complexes with palladium and nickel were obtained. Palladium isoxazole-1,2,3-triazole complexes are such active catalysts for cross-coupling and reduction reactions in aqueous media that they can be used in trace amounts (1–10 ppm). For the first time, a promising and very active in catalysis of cross-coupling and reduction reactions hybrid bimetallic material based on Pd-Ni-B-L doped with palladium and modified with azole ligands [L - isoxazole-1,2,3-triazole(pyrimide) ligands] was developed.
Direction: Science
Event format: Seminar
2019
10 - 14 Nov
Singular Problems, Blow-up, and Regimes with Peaking in Nonlinear PDEs
Main topics of the conference: Blow-up and singularities for nonlinear PDEs; Peaking regimes in nonlinear evolution equations; Large solutions of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations and systems;