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.
Konstantin Samuylov
News All news
11 Aug
RUDN University doctors evaluated the effectiveness of hernia treatment with a mesh endoprosthesis

RUDN University doctors have followed the recovery of patients after the treatment of a postoperative hernia using a polypropylene mesh-endoprosthesis.

09 Aug
RUDN University mathematician named the main problems of autopilots when detecting pedestrians

A RUDN University mathematician with colleagues from Egypt, Saudi Arabia and China has collected the latest research in the field of deep learning for detecting pedestrians for vehicles with autopilot. The authors identified weaknesses and outlined targets for further research.

07 Aug
RUDN engineer propose a green split system in houses using ground warmth

A RUDN engineer with colleagues from Iran proposed a new model for cooling and heating indoor air using soil energy. This eco-friendly approach is completely harmless and allows you to change the air temperature by 21%.

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.


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.


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.


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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Events All events
21 - 24 Nov
II International Scientific Conference of Students and Young Scientists “For the Sustainable Development of Civilization: Cooperation, Science, Education, Technology (Africa's path to the 17 SDGs: an integrated approach)”
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the II International Scientific Conference of Students and Young Scientists "For the Sustainable Development of Civilization: Cooperation, Science, Education, Technology”. The regional focus of the conference in 2023 will be African countries.
Direction: Science
Event format: Сonference
19 - 21 Oct
The International Scientific and Practical Conference VI FIRSOVA READINGS “Modern Languages and Cultures: Varieties, Functions, Ideologies in a Cognitive Perspective”
Direction: Education
Event format: Сonference
18 Oct
Seminar “N,O-Chelated azine-enol boron complexes featuring different fusion patterns of aromatic rings in the azine fragment”
In this study, a series of N,O-chelated azine-enol boron complexes featuring four different fusion patterns between the benzene and pyridine rings of the azine fragment was synthesized and characterized. The optical properties of the corresponding complexes have been assessed in dichloromethane solution and in solid state. In the latter case the assessment was performed for both powder samples as well as batches of single crystals allowing to identify several cases of mechanochromism and one case of polymorphism-dependent emission.
Direction: Science
Event format: Seminar