Our scientists received an award from the Verkhovna Rada

On the occasion of the World Science Day for Peace and Development on November 10 with the participation of the expanded leadership of the Parliament and President of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Academician Anatoliy Hlibovych Zagorodny, presidents of branch academies of sciences there was a solemn celebration of the winners in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

For the work "Development of flexible intelligent control systems for technological facilities with high energy consumption" diplomas and badges were awarded to scientists of the Department of Hardware and Software Automation (DHSA): Doct. of tech. sciences, prof. Oleksiy Anatoliyovych Zhuchenko, Candidate of tech. sciences,, assoc. Vitalii Stepanovych Tsapar and Candidate of tech. sciences,, Assoc. Artem Yuriyovych Sazonov - in accordance with the Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine "On the Prize of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to Young Scientists" and the submission of the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Education, Science and Innovation.

This scientific work is a synergistic combination of fundamentally new developments, which were performed and are being performed by the scientific group of the Department of Hardware and Software Automation under the leadership of the head - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Zhuchenko.

The authors' work is based on the results of scientific research that have a common goal. The content of the work highlights the latest intelligent methods and approaches to the management of technological facilities with high energy consumption, which is an extremely important task today. This work was preceded by many years of painstaking work, research in the laboratories of the department and the implementation of experimental results directly at energy-intensive enterprises (glassworks, production of carbon products, etc.). So, in the end, it gained the support of both business leaders and the world's leading scientists, specialists in the field of automated control.

The work became possible only thanks to the full support of the university and colleagues in the department, who with their advice and sometimes just kind words inspired and ignited a spark of sincere desire to get the best results.

Undoubtedly, the author's team proved that persistence and sincere desire to develop domestic science is the engine that allows to achieve high results and share their knowledge with colleagues and students studying at the Department of DHSA majoring in "automation and computer-integrated technologies ".