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Vladimir Mikhailovich Deundyak 

Associate Professor

Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Computer Science named after of I.I. Vorovich

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Degree: Candidate of Sciences

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Graduated Mekhmat RSU (1972), Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1977.), Associate Professor (1981). I worked in DSTU (RISKHM), SFU (RSU). He has lectured on general courses of algebra and geometry, higher mathematics and special courses: "Banach algebra", "Convolution Operators", "Information Theory", "Theory of Automata and Formal Languages", "Interference-coding", "Convolutional Codes", " Models of information security "," cryptographic methods "," elliptic curve cryptography "," Theoretical and numerical methods in cryptography "," Applied cryptography and cryptanalysis modern ". Supervised graduate students, undergraduates and graduate students on specialties 01.01.01 (real, complex and functional analysis), 01.01.09 (discrete mathematics and mathematical cybernetics), 05.13.01 (System analysis, management and information processing), 05.13.19 (methods and protection of information systems, information security).

In the field of functional analysis research interests are related to the theory of solvability of singular integral operators of convolution operators and operators with homogeneous kernels, as well as with the use of topological and algebraic methods to the study of Banach algebras.

In the field of information security research interests are related to the use of error-correcting coding to protect data from unauthorized access problems, Mathematical problems of cryptanalysis and the development of integrated information security models.

Author of over 250 scientific papers and textbooks. He participated in many international and regional conferences. There are two certificate in data security. Supported by a grant RFBR, the Ministry of Education, and internal grants SFU and DSTU.

The head of the scientific seminar "Mathematical methods of information security."