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1. STRATEGIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE FEDERATION’S ACTIVITIES

Strategic goals of activities performed by the UFI were approved by the Decision of the Supervisory Board of December 07, 1998 as follows:

  1. Participation in development and implementation of “The State Information and Analytical System of the President of Ukraine and Governmental Authorities” (SIAS) with employment of techniques and methods of informatics and system analysis.
  2. Development and organization of public hearings, participation in adoption and realization of “The Strategy for Economic Development of Ukraine Aimed at Achieving Average European Socio-Economic Indices” as the ground for nation-wide revival of Ukraine.

To achieve the set goals, the Federation had to implement its primary objectives. They were as follows:

  1. Justification of a series of projects on informatics; conclusion of agreements with the Customers, their successful implementation and introducing the results to the SIAS.
  2. Consolidation of key scientists and specialists and creation of conditions for their effective work on scientific and technical, legal, administrative and socio-economic reforms in Ukraine. Implementation of “Azymut” (“Azimuth”) project.
  3. Development of program instruments for forecasting and macroeconomic analysis under the conditions of transition economy.
  4. Expansion of scientific and business relations of the Federation both in Ukraine and abroad; support of scientific and innovation processes development.
  5. Active participation of the Federation in the national and international programs on ecology, energy and resources saving, and health protection. Implementation of advanced technologies for developing alternative energy sources, ensuring reliable and safe functioning of facilities of oil and gas complex of Ukraine.
  6. Wide popularization of the leading role of informatics in society development.

2. PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR REALIZATION OF GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

  1. The main constituent of success is employment of scientific potential possessed by the scientists from the Informatics Department of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  2. Uniformity of far and near goals.
  3. Democracy in decision-making, professionalism in implementing the decisions, responsibility for applying results.
  4. Temporary creative teams as the most optimum form of the Federation’s workflow organization.
  5. Estimation of achieved results by the following formula, “If we are so smart, why are we that poor?” for the purpose of adjusting the goals and objectives of the Federation’s activities.

3. SCIENTIFIC, PRACTICAL AND PUBLIC ACTIVITIES

3.1. Informatics and System Analysis

In compliance with the Decrees of the President of Ukraine No. 663/97, dated July 21, 1997 and No. 887/2000, dated July 14, 2000, the measures have been worked out in Ukraine on developing “The State Information and Analytical System of the President of Ukraine and Governmental Authorities”, Concept on Development and Use of Information Space of Ukraine and formation of a corporate information network.

The UFI Federation was among the co-performers of the three below-mentioned projects on creation of the SIAS and its constituents upon the requests of the Ministry of Science and Technologies, the National Agency on Informatization Issues, the Ministry of Finance.

All related projects description, please look at Projects section.

3.2. Ecology; Management of Environment in Ukrainian Cities, Resource Saving

All related projects description, please look at Projects section.

3.3. Economics and Innovative Development of Ukraine

All related projects description, please look at Projects section.

During 2003 2010 UFI organized, coordinated and took part in more than 60 projects and events, among them:

1. The opening of Ukrainian-Korean Centre of Information Technologies in NTU “KPI” (National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”) with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Ukraine

2. Install the software and conduct a master class in the European Project Tempus

3. Discussion of the project is complete and the prospects for cooperation and development of networks of CISCO Academies involving NATO

4. Validation, adaptation program ESATAN-TMS in NTU “KPI” with the German Aerospace Centre, Germany

5. Discussion on possible cooperation regarding the development and use of microsatellites from University of Tokyo, Japan

6. Discuss areas of cooperation between NTU “KPI” and the company Microsoft (USA) and processing of the Treaty of Cooperation

7. Discussion of the second phase of the project “Establishment and Operation of the National Cleaner Production Program in Ukraine” on center to create a cleaner production UNIDO at the NTU “KPI”, and the main results of the current project of UNIDO in the regions of Ukraine

8. Participation in conducting an international seminar “Research NATO for peace and security”

9. Presentation of research projects Ukrainian Science and Technology Center, USA Canada

10. Participation in international seminar “nanoscale materials for electronic integrated systems” with the participation of the Dresden Technical University, Germany

11. Participation in the meeting of the Steering Committee of the Ukrainian Scientific-Technological Center – STCU (The Science & Technology Center in Ukraine)

12. Discussions on cooperation with Elsevier-Science & Technology, the Netherlands with the participation of the Association “Informatio-Consortium”

13. Negotiations with the company “Hewlett-Packard”, USA, under the “Protocol of Intentions”

14. Discussions with “Netkreker” U.S. concept of a joint training center

15. Participation in the meeting of Russian-Ukrainian segment of data together with the Geophysical Center RAS

3.4. International Co-Operation

Pursuant to the decisions of the Third sitting of Ukrainian-Cuban intergovernmental Commission on trade-and-economic and scientific-and-technical co-operation of May 25, 1999, intergovernmental Ukrainian-Cuban Agreement protocol of March 27, 2000, and on the initiative of the Ukrainian Youth Chornobyl Fund, a task consulting group was created on the basis of the UFI on planning and development of optimum schedules of credit and financial relations between the Republic of Cuba and Ukraine, logistics of goods flows, monitoring of investment attractiveness of regions and enterprises, forecasting of co-operation prospects in the above directions, co-ordination of legislative provisions and standard norms of external economic activities (specialists of our Federation are experienced in participating in international projects on attracting investments, organizing works on foundation of joint ventures, wide relations with overseas colleagues, in particular, with experts in problems of the Republic of Cuba and other countries of Latin America, and ability to perform an objective analysis with no dominating departmental approach, analysis of the present situation and prospects of further development of economic relations Ukraine-Cuba).

The results of pilot studying of the development courses of commercial relations between Ukraine and the Republic of Cuba were directed to administrative authorities of Ukraine. Proposals on expansion of commercial relations Ukraine – Cuba with involvement of other CIS countries were sent to Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kazakhstan Mr. R.T. Cherdabayev.

3.5. Results Promoting

3.5.1 Exhibitions, conferences, symposia, competitions, publications

The results of scientific and practical activities of the UFI were approved at internal and international conferences, forums, symposia and publications. The principal of them are the following:

Conferences, seminars

  1. International Crimean Conference “National Systems of Social and Professional Adaptation of Longserved Ex-military Servicemen” (Ukraine, Crimea, 1998).
  2. Scientific and practical conference “Regional Aspects of Production Policy” (Kyiv, 2002).
  3. International exhibition and scientific and practical conference on wastes management “Tekhnoresurs – 2000″ (Kyiv, 2000).
  4. International scientific and practical exhibition-seminar “Recycling of Packaging and Ecology” (Kyiv, 2002).
  5. International seminar “Processing of Recycled Raw Materials in Europe and in Ukraine” (Kyiv, October 2002).
  6. The Fourth International Conference on Econometric Decision Models Constructing and Applying Objective Functions (FRG, 2000).
  7. MODEST 2000: Transition and Transformation: Problems and Models (Poland, 2002).
  8. 12th Mini-EURO Conference of the Association of European Operational Research Society (Belgium, 2002).
  9. 14th Mini-EURO Conference “Human Centered Processes” (Luxembourg, 2003).
  10. XXIII Seminar on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models (Spain, 2003).
  11. 18th International Symposium on Mathematical Programming (Denmark, 2003).
  12. 5th International Scientific Conference on Programming UkrPROH’2004, (Kyiv, Ukraine, 2004)
  13. Conference “ultrahigh frequency and optical information technology,” together with “AMPEX”, United States (Kyiv, Ukraine, 2004)
  14. Participation in the workshop of the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (Kyiv, Ukraine, 2005)
  15. International conference “Mathematical and software intellectual systems” (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, 2005)
  16. International conference “Problems of Informatics and Information Technologies”, dedicated to 75th anniversary of academician VS Mikhalevich (Kyiv, Ukraine, 2005)
  17. 5th International Scientific Conference on Programming “UkrPROG-2006″, jointly with the Institute of Software Systems of NASU (Kyiv, Ukraine, 2006)
  18. IV International Scientific Conference “Mathematical and software intellectual systems” (MPZIS-2006) Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
  19. International conference devoted to 85th anniversary of outstanding scientist, Cybernetics and Mathematics Academician VM Glushkov, Kyiv, Ukraine, 11-13 September 2008
  20. XV International Conference “Knowledge-Dialogue-Solutions KDS-2009 , Kiev, Ukraine, 19-24 October 2009
  21. International Scientific Conference “Artificial intelligence, intelligent systems,” Katsively, Crimea, Ukraine, 22-27 September 2009
  22. International Conference “Optimization techniques and computer technology” – “Network science”, Yalta, Ukraine, 2 – 5 August 2010.
  23. Final conference of the international project SCUBE-ICTSomoyi Framework Programme on Information and Communication Technologies, Kyiv, Ukraine, 24.11. 2010
  24. International Symposium XVI-th International Conference” Knowledge-Dialogue-Solution “, KDS-2010″, Kyiv, Ukraine, 06 – 11 September 2010.
  25. 10th International Conference “Artificial Intelligence. Multiprocessor computing systems – 2010 “, Donetsk, Ukraine, 21-24 September 2010
  26. VII International Scientific Conference INFORMATIO-2010: Electronic information resources: the creation, use, access within the II International Forum “Issues of the Information Society”, Kyiv, Ukraine, 23-25 November 2010
  27. Theoretical and Applied Aspects of Cybernetics.” February 2011
  28. “Optimization methods and problems of studies of complex objects and processes” March 10, 2010
  29. International conference “Pseudo regular variation and generalized renewal processes” in January 2011
  30. V International Scientific Conference “Problems of Telecommunications in 2011″ April
  31. IX All-Ukrainian scientific-practical conference of students and young scientists’ theoretical and applied problems of physics, mathematics and science. ” April 2011
  32. Third Scientific Conference Masters and Postgraduates “Applied Mathematics and Computing” April 2011
  33. International scientific conference “Geometric modeling of objects, phenomena and processes” in April 2011
  34. Scientific-Technical Conference on the establishment of modern telecommunication systems and means of audio, video and cinema April 2011
  35. VI International Conference “Intelligent systems for decision making and applied aspects of information technology” in May 2011
  36. XI International Conference “Intelligent analysis of information” in May 2011
  37. 11th International Scientific Conference “Intelligent analysis of information” in May 2011
  38. XIII International Scientific Conference “System Analysis and Information Technology” in May 2011
  39. International scientific conference “Modern problems of geometric modeling” June 2011
  40. XIV International Scientific and Technology Conference “Modeling, identification, synthesis of control systems” in September 2011
  41. VI Scientific Conference ‘Priority directions of development of telecommunication systems and networks of special-purpose “in October 2011
  42. International Scientific Conference “Highly productive computing” (“High Performance Computing”). October 2011
  43. IX International Scientific Conference “Mathematical and software for intelligent systems” in November 2011
  44. VI All-Ukrainian scientific-practical conference “Information and computer technology in the economy, education and social sphere” May 2011

Publications

  1. Rozhen, O., Does science feed parliamentarians?.. – Interview with People’s Deputy of Ukraine L. Suprun // Dzerkalo Tyzhnia. – 1998. – #32 (201). – P. 9.
  2. Koshlai, L., Mykhalevych, M., Serhiyenko, I., Modeling of processes of employment and evolution in transition economy // Cybernetics and System Analysis. – 1999. – #3. – Pp. 58-75.
  3. Mykhalevych, M., Moskalenko, S., Econometric modeling of exporting ferrous metals from Ukraine. – Foreign trade: problems and prospects (collected scientific works). – Issue 4, part 1. – UAZT, Kyiv, 2000. – Pp. 71-81.
  4. Mykhalevych, M., Serhiyenko, I., Koshlai, L., Modeling of external economic activities under conditions of transition economy // Cybernetics and System Analysis. – 2003. – #4. – Pp. 24-39.
  5. Mykhalevych, M., Koshlai, L. (2001), ‘Decision Support Multifunctional System “Ukrainian Budget”, in: ‘Construction and Applying Objective Functions’, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, 510, pp. 349-366.
  6. Belan, Y., Mykhalevych, M., Serhiyenko, I., Economic processes cycling in systems with monopsonic labor market // Cybernetics and System Analysis. – 2003. – #4. – Pp. 24-39.

The UFI participated in competition of investment projects of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (April 1998) with the following project:

1. Project name: Production and realization of optical (rewritable) disks, solar energy converters, batteries and clean coatings on amorphous material basis.

2. Project summary:

2.1. Optical (rewritable) disks DVD-RAM. Size of 2.6 to 17.0 Gb, mass-oriented product, universal (recording of video, operative and archive data, multimedia, software, encyclopedia, and so on). In the nearest future the new generation of DVD-RAM disks will become one of the most attractive and promising products manufactured by the world industry. Ukraine has a prospect of joining the international consortium of major manufacturers of DVD-RAM disks (Hitachi, Kodak, MEI, Philips, Mitsubishi, Pioneer, Sony, Thomson, Toshiba, JVC).

2.2. Solar energy converters. Output of 75 to 100 MWt, voltage 12 to 400 V, coefficient of performance 14%, efficiency 800 Wt/kg, 140 Wt/m2, 1000 kWt/m3 (decrease in efficiency by < 5% for 20 years), break-down voltage > 1000 V, proton radiation resistant (100 times better than standard ones), high resistance to meteorite effect, technological in assembling.

2.3. Industrial batteries. Ecologically appropriate production. Cost in serial production < 150$/kWt/h. Range of application: energy accumulators, starter batteries, aviation, communication, computers, information systems, audio and video equipment, power plants, electric vehicle production, agricultural electric-driven machine-building.

2.4. Clean coating. Packing of medicines and foodstuffs is quality, shelf life and exterior of the goods. Amorphous silicon-based coating provides for the best consumer properties of these materials. Production is environmentally applicable and safe (vacuum evaporation), Rol-to-Rol technology performing up to 40 mln m2/year from one equipment unit. The lowest diffusion of water steam and oxygen (3.1 cents/m2). Source material: prestressed polyester (Japan). Ukrainian market volume is almost unlimited.

Product Name Optical disks Solar batteries Batteries Clean coating
Types, parameters DVD-RAM2.6-17 Gb Film flexible base Metal hydride1.5-250 A/h Prestressed coated polyester
Annual output 2 mln. pc. 100 MWt 540 MWt 40,000,000 m2
Production personnel, persons 42 244 486 6
Production area, m2 860 5,000 27,000 500
Investments, mln $ 24.950 90.0 35.0 4.6
Initial annual sales volume, mln $ 37.4-70.0 80.0 150-200 5.0
Annual world market volume, bln $ 42-52 5.0 21.5 3.0

3. Investing activity type: Production and realization, incl. multimedia.

4. Way of obtaining investments: Attracting credit funds and joint activities.

5. Investment project type: Developing a new product.

6. Prospective consumers: Domestic and foreign markets. There are pre-contract agreements with ECD (Detroit Automobile Corporation, USA), HI-COM (FRG) on co-realization of goods manufactured.

7. Investments total: 220.7 mln $, incl. Ukrainian portion of 66.2 mln $ in the form of production areas, equipment, heat and power supply, raw materials, transport, personnel, communication, legal protection, bank guarantees, state support. Need for partners’ investment in the amount of 154.5 mln $. Payback time for each product is 3.5 years a the most from the day of launching the technological line in Ukraine.

8. Project support: License support 100%, production infrastructure 90%, technological equipment 0%.

9. Project availability for transferring to production: 80%.

10. Other information on the project: Amorphous semiconductors are a “breakthrough” to the brand-new technological level with minimum economic risk involved. D. Bernstein, New York Times, 1982, “Two problems remain unsolved: how we can increase efficiency of solar batteries; and, How one can create an economically profitable way of power conservation for the period after the sun goes down. Both problems require the highest technologies. Anyone capable of solving these problems will become the owner of infinite treasure”. By today these two problems have been solved (see par. 2.2, 2.3).

11. Enterprise review: UFI incorporates scientific-and-technical and production potential of 20 profile institutes of the National Academy of Sciences and production enterprises of Ukraine and specializes in working out and manufacturing of high-tech products.

12. Project Manager – Candidate of Engineering Volodymyr V. Yurko.

3.5.2 Reports and meetings with representatives of governmental and legislative authorities of Ukraine

The UFI performs considerable public work on its primary activity directions by holding meetings (or participation of Federation’s specialists in meetings), preparing relevant memoranda to governing authorities of Ukraine, public and political organizations, organizing discussions of questions topical for Ukraine with participation of a wide circle of specialists. The following measures can be distinguished among the others:

  1. Meeting at the Minister of Finance of Ukraine on macroeconomic forecasting and development of Ukrainian budget modeling means (April 27, 1999).
  2. Memorandum to the Head of Administration of the President of Ukraine containing proposals on informational support of a sub-system supporting decision making at local self-government level as a constituent of the “System of Informational and Analytical Support of the President of Ukraine and Governmental Authorities” (the Decree of the President of Ukraine #887/2000 of July 14, 2000), ref. #5/11 of November 21,2000.
  3. Extended meeting of the Committee of entrepreneurs in basic industry sectors at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kyiv, December 2001). Proposals on eliminating the obstacles in Ukrainian legislation on management of recycling of used packaging on the basis of new technologies and its adaptation to European legislation were directed to the Committee.
  4. Out meeting of the Committee on budget of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in V.M. Glushkov Cybernetics Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (April 1999) on macroeconomic forecasting of GDP, development and implementation of computer modeling complex “Ukrainian Budget”, examination (with the help of this complex) of draft state budget for FY 2000 and draft proposals on improvement of taxation system.

4. SUMMARY

4.1 Achievements

For the reporting period 1998-2002, UFI implemented (or participated in implementation of) more than 12 projects with total financing of 1,500 thous. UAH, prepared and held several important meetings with governmental authorities, public and political organizations, business circles of Ukraine, set up close co-operation with firms from Germany, the USA, Poland, Hungary, Russia, the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The project results were positively appraised by the Founders and members of the organization, were considered at 17 international and internal conferences, seminars, were implemented at state joint-stock and private organizations and enterprises. The main of them are:

  1. The following subsystems were developed and partially introduced to the State informational and analytical system of the President of Ukraine and governmental authorities:
    • Modeling of interaction between operating administrative state, branch and regional authorities and their departments;
    • Decision-making;
    • Informational and analytical support in different sectors of application domain;
    • Informational support at the administrative unit level;
    • Protection of data-dependent computers from consequences of computer problem 2000.
  2. A set of projects directed at realization of the State geographic information system was implemented.
  3. An expertise was performed as to business proposals of ECD firm (MI, USA) on co-production of nickel-metal-hydride batteries and amorphous silicon-based photoelectric converters. Conclusions and substantiations obtained were directed to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. Certain expertise results helped Ukrainian specialists greatly when negotiating with representatives of a Japanese commercial firm regarding exportation of domestic-produced graphite to Japan.
  4. Basing on system analysis, conceptual framework was developed on Ukrainian development strategy; ways for solving country’s socio-economic problems were outlined.
  5. Modeling complex “Ukrainian Budget” was developed and improved, thus enabling application of a system approach to analyzing the processes in transition economy.
  6. International seminar “Ecological problems of package recycling in Europe and Ukraine” (within the framework of the International scientific and practical exhibition-seminar “Package Recycling and Ecology”, April 23-25, 2002, Kyiv) was organized and held, which is of great importance for further implementation in Ukraine of advanced technologies and experience of European countries in management of solid waste, for integration of all interested Ukrainian circles.
  7. The last result in the list of achievements, but still, in our judgment, the most significant one, is maintenance and development of UFI efficiency under the conditions of distressed economy, science and high technology sectors in Ukraine.

4.2 Results analysis

Within the reporting period the Federation faced an array of financial and organizational obstacles that prevented it from solving the planned tasks to the full. They include the following:

  1. The role of the Federation in creating an integral informational infrastructure of Ukraine was insufficient.
  2. Activities on developing Ukrainian development strategy on achieving Average European socio-economic indices were interrupted.
  3. Incompleteness of project “Kraplia” in part of practical creation of practical creation of equipment for diagnostic engineering of main product pipelines and oil tanks.
  4. Non-receipt of EBRD investments for implementation of project “Production and realization of optical (rewritable) disks, solar energy converters, batteries and clean coatings on amorphous material basis”.

The following causes of these failures can be emphasized:

  • Dissipation of efforts of Federation’s specialists on implementation of a great number of projects (incl. insignificant ones), lack of focusing on achievement of strategic goals and objectives;
  • Unavailability of current assets necessary for promoting long-term projects with considerable financing;
  • Former status of the Federation as a self-sustained organization, but not a nonprofit public institution, makes it impossible to receive grants from the majority of European funds;
  • Supervisory and scientific-and-technical board the Federation failed to work on a periodical basis; annual reports presented by the Board of Directors were considered, as a rule, tentatively, with no detailed analyzing.

4.3 Prospects

Future strategic goals of the Federation should be the following:

  1. Extend the system for training in computer literacy according to European standards on all Ukrainian regions;
  2. Contribute to development and validation of international standards pertaining to informatics;
  3. Introduce informatics to all economic sectors.
  4. 2) Facilitate the efforts directed at establishing permanent contacts and co-operation with leading international centers, associations, foundations, forums in the field of informatics, system analysis of economic transformations, ecology.

The Federation’s objectives for the nearest future are:

  1. Formulate new (and adjust previous) strategic goals and objectives.
  2. Update constituent documents, membership of founders, members and leadership of the Federation, proceeding from new strategic goals.
  3. Solve the problems pertaining to office premises, equipment, leadership financing.
  4. Recognize the Federation’s activity results and development prospects (first of all, on the Internet).

4.4 Principal executors

  1. Babayev Vadym V., Doctor of Engineering, Head of Department of DP UKRNDIGAZ.
  2. Bobovkin Victor T., Vice-president of scientific research institute of applied information technologies, Vice-president of the UFI.
  3. Bohorosh Oleksandr T., Doctor of Engineering, Principal Specialist of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
  4. Bodachevsky Fedir A., Key Specialist of Inter-departmental division of electrochemical energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  5. Vasiukhin Mykhailo I., Doctor of Engineering, Director of the International Center for innovating and information technologies.
  6. Venger Yevhen F., Associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Deputy Director of “IFN” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  7. Veselovsky Roman O., Doctor of Engineering, Head of Department of “IXBMC” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  8. Volkovych Viktor L., Doctor of Engineering, Head of Department of “IK” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  9. Gassanov Lev G., Associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, former Vice President of the UFI.
  10. Yehorov Ihor Y., Candidate of Economics, Head of Department of “CDPIN” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  11. Kholodov Viktor I., Candidate of Engineering, Senior Research Officer of DP UKRNDIGAZ.
  12. Kozak Anatoliy V., President of OJSC “Ukrspilupakovka”.
  13. Kuksenko Serhiy P., Candidate of Chemistry, Senior Research Officer of “IOHX” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  14. Malitsky Borys A., Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of “CDPIN” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  15. Mykhailevych Mykhailo V., Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Head of Chair of Ukrainian Academy of Foreign Trade of the Ministry for Economics and European Integration of Ukraine.
  16. Palahin Alexander V., Associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Deputy Director of “IK” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Vice President of the UFI.
  17. Prokof’ev Valentin Y., President of scientific research institute of applied information technologies.
  18. Prysiazhny Vitaliy D., Associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of Inter-departmental division of electrochemical energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  19. Reztsov Viktor F., Associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Head of Department of the Institute for Electrodynamics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  20. Rodionov Valeriy Y., Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Head of Department of “IFN” the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  21. Senchenko Vasyl V., Candidate of Engineering.
  22. Serhiyenko Ivan V., Academic of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of “IK” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, President of UFI.
  23. Shmyriova Oleksandra M., Candidate of Engineering, Head of Laboratory of Kyiv National Technical University “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”.
  24. Slyva Valentyn V., Candidate of Engineering, Chief Designer of SPA “Slavutych”.
  25. Sozinov Oleksiy O., Academic of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, “UAAN”, “RA CIS”.
  26. Soldatenko Leonid M., Candidate of Engineering, Director of Affiliate “ProMIS” of state enterprise “Scientific and Research Institute of Microdevices”.
  27. Solonin Yuriy M., Associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Head of Department of “IPM” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  28. Solovyov Vyacheslav P., Candidate of Engineering, Deputy Director of “CD PIN” of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  29. Stadnyk Anatoliy V., Candidate of Engineering, Deputy Director of Scientific and Production Firm “ROST”.
  30. Sydorenko Volodymyr I., Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Academic Secretary of Informatics Department of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
  31. Tkachenko Viktor F., Candidate of Engineering, Director of Scientific and Research Institute “Elvit”.
  32. Yurko Volodymyr V., Candidate of Engineering, Director of “GKSB AP”.
  33. Zgurovsky Michael Z., rector of National technical university of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic institute”, Vice President of the UFI.