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Dean — Ivan Arzhantsev

 

First Deputy Dean — Tamara Voznesenskaya

 

Deputy Dean for Research and International Relations — Sergei Obiedkov

 

Deputy Dean for Methodical and Educational Work — Ilya Samonenko

 

Deputy Dean for Development, Finance and Administration — Irina Plisetskaya

Phone: +7 (495) 772-95-90 * 12332

computerscience@hse.ru

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Article
Linear switched dynamical systems on graphs
In press

Protasov V. Y., Cicone A., Guglielmi N.

Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems. 2018. Vol. 29. P. 165-186.

Article
Final Results of the OPERA Experiment on ντ Appearance in the CNGS Neutrino Beam

Ustyuzhanin A.

Physical Review Letters. 2018. Vol. 120. No. 21. P. 211801-1-211801-7.

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Qualitative Judgement of Research Impact: Domain Taxonomy as a Fundamental Framework for Judgement of the Quality of Research

Murtagh F., Orlov M. A., Mirkin B.

Journal of Classification. 2018. Vol. 35. No. 1. P. 5-28.

Article
Predictive Model for the Bottomhole Pressure based on Machine Learning

Spesivtsev P., Sinkov K., Sofronov I. et al.

Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 2018. No. 166. P. 825-841.

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New and old results on spherical varieties via moduli theory

Roman Avdeev, Cupit-Foutou S.

Advances in Mathematics. 2018. Vol. 328. P. 1299-1352.

Faculty of Computer Science to Offer Courses during HSE Summer University

Computer Science programme of the Summer University provides unique opportunities for students from around the world. The programme covers various topics in Computer Science from purely theoretical to applied and practical. Theoretical side of the programme includes both a detailed introduction to the theory of computations and more advanced topics in Artificial Intelligence and Statistical Diagnosis. Practical aspects of the programme are tightly integrated with theoretical material. Participants of the programme will have an opportunity to apply the new knowledge in their own programming experience, for example, in processing of natural languages, creating a distributed computing system or implementing a compiler for a programming language.

For beginner-level students, the programme provides a possibility to get an introduction into a variety of different fields in Computer Science. However, even an experienced student can find a lot of new and interesting in the program.

The participants of the programme are expected to have basic programming experience and basic knowledge of mathematics. Individual courses may have additional prerequisites specified in their descriptions.



Automata, Nets and Applications in Software Engineering

Leonid Dworzanski

Senior Lecturer at the Department of Software Engineering

 

The main practical goal of the course is to teach students the basics of automata and net theories with application in the fields of translators and distributed systems development. As the result students will learn how to systematically design and implement translators, and they will develop their first compiler and distributed system. Automata and net theories have many application in other field of computer science. We have chosen translators and distributed systems as they were always considered as the black art of programming. The students will see how beautiful theoretical constructions enable them to construct serious industrial software. The course will also prepare students for the OMG MDA software development methodology.

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Methods, Models, Algorithms

Gennady Osipov

Professor, Mathematical Methods of System Analysis: Joint Department with the Research Institute of System Analysis (RAS)

 
Konstantin Yakovlev

Senior Lecturer, Mathematical Methods of System Analysis: Joint Department with the Research Institute of System Analysis (RAS)

 

The course will introduce the basic concepts of Artificial Intelligence: knowledge representation models, state space search strategies, basic machine learning techniques, AI-planning etc. Such areas of applications as natural language processing, robotics and others will be explored.

Introduction to Theory of Statistical Diagnosis

Boris Darkhovsky

Professor, Mathematical Methods of System Analysis: Joint Department with the Research Institute of System Analysis (RAS)

 

The course will introduce the basic concepts of Statistical Diagnosis. This field of mathematical statistics deals with the following problems:

a) detecting changes in probabilistic characteristics of random processes (fields) in off-line regime

b) detecting changes in probabilistics characteristics of random processes (fields) in on-line regime.

These problems arise in many applications and are known in the literature as “change-point detection problems”.  The  goal of the course is to  present to students the main ideas of non-parametric statistical diagnosis.

Computability and Complexity

Vladimir Podolskii

Associate Professor at the  Big Data and Information Retrieval School

 

The goal of the course is to provide an introduction to the theory of computation. It can serve as a theoretical basis for students interested in more practical areas of Computer Science as well as a starting course for further studies in Theoretical Computer Science. The course consists of two parts, one devoted to computability and another one to complexity. The two parts can be taken separately.

Introduction to Natural Language Processing

Ekaterina Chernyak

Lecturer at the School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence

 
Dmitry Ilvovsky

Lecturer at the School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence

 

This is an introductory course to natural language processing. We will present the basic NLP problems such as key phrases extraction, morphological and syntactical parsing. To spice things up we will pay attention to some novel approaches in latent topic detection and distributional semantics. The practical part of the course includes working with publicly available software NLTK, StanfordNLP, gensim for solving these problems. Programming skills are welcome, but not strongly required. We will give introductory knowledge of programming languages Python and R to help a student in doing their computations on their own. We will take into account individual skills and interests of the students.