Modern science and engineering with Ivan Stepanyan

The world’s first optoelectronic fuzzy controller was developed, Aleksey Averkin from the Computing Center named after A. A. Dorodnitsyn

Averkin Aleksey Nikolaevich is Leading Researcher of the Computing Center named after A.A. Dorodnitsyn of the “Informatics and Management” Federal Research Center of RAS under the guidance of Academician I. A. Sokolov, Associate Professor, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Head of the Center for Artificial Intelligence of Dubna University, Leading Researcher at the Laboratory of …

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Professor Sergey Ulyanov: the structure and mechanism of a quantum PID controller based on a quantum decision-making logic

Professor Sergey Victorovich Ulyanov was born in Russia, December 15, 1946, and in 1971 graduated from Moscow Technical University on the specialty “Electro- Mechanical Engineering and Automation Control Systems”. In 1974, he got PhD from the Central Institute of Building Construction (Moscow) on the specialty “Dynamic of Building Construction on Earthquake Excitations”. In 1992, he …

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Ekaterina D. Kazimirova about hippocampus-inspired principle of the cognitive system organization

Ekaterina D. Kazimirova currently works at the Future Technologies, Kaspersky Lab. Ekaterina does research in Cognitive Science.

What is two-component scheme of cognitive system organization and the hippocampus-inspired model ?

In the era of the rapidly developing ecosystem of living things (the Internet of Things) and human-friendly anthropomorphic robots, the issues related to  developing artificial intelligence systems …

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Alexander Saveliev: The difference between living and inanimate is established objectively

Alexander Viktorovich Savelyev (date of birth 03/06/1958). Specialization: biomechanics and medical equipment (52 patents for inventions and useful models, three certificates for computer programs registration), neurocybernetics, neurobiology, measuring equipment, anthropology, Health Science, nervous system simulation (36 patents for inventions, four certificates for computer programs registration), methods and devices for enhancing the brain capabilities; geophysics; prospecting …

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Vladimir Aristov. Multidimensional space and time: a relational statistical approach and nonequilibrium phenomena kinetic description

Vladimir Vladimirovich Aristov—Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Chief Researcher of the Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Federal Research Center “Computer Science and Control” of Russian Academy of Sciences, professor of the Department of Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems and Optimization of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, as well as the Department of Higher …

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Thermography – the future of the medicine, Roman Garskov believes

Roman Valeryevich Garskov—Business Development Director, Institute of Integrative Thermography LLC.

Thermal imagers are passive-type optical-electronic devices and they provide the ability to observe slightly heated objects by their thermal radiation in the infrared spectrum by converting radiation invisible to the human eye into an electrical signal that is amplified and automatically processed, and then it is …

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Evgeny Avsharov: what is wrong in the roentgenology kingdom?

 Evgeny Mikhailovich Avsharov is head of development and implementation of the PACS system for receiving, storing and transmitting medical DICOM images AS_VIMeN; processing and visualization at 2D DICOM workstations for processing and visualization in real-time AS_GSV “Michelangelo”, DICOM servers and DICOM printers the AS series; chief architect of the “Microsecond Roentgenology” technology based on new …

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