Prof. Alina Yanko

National University «Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic», Ukraine

Presentation title: Creation of real-time highly reliable computer systems based on using a non-positional number system in residual classes

CV: From 2014 worked as an assistant at the Department of Computer Engineering, and after the defense of the candidate thesis in 2016 until now as associate Professor of the Department of Computer and Information Technologies and Systems of the National University «Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic». Research area is to increase the performance of CSs and reliability of the processing of integer data by developing and implementing methods for monitoring, diagnosis and correction of errors in the residual classes system. The total list of published scientific works consists of 128 titles, among which there are more than 54 articles in professional journals, 19 patents, 7 monographs. Winner of the 2020 award of the President of Ukraine for young scientists.

Abstract: The report is directed to research at strengthening the national security of the state in the information sphere on the basis of ensuring the reliability, confidentiality, integrity and availability of state information resources, information with limited access, including the one that circulates on the objects of critical information infrastructure in the conditions of information and hybrid wars. The content of the project is: analysis of the state of information security in modern computer systems (CS) and networks, including those with critical functions; substantiation of requirements and directions of development of the CS and networks in order to increase the information security in the CS and networks on the basis of the development of models and methods of information exchange; obtaining new scientific and scientific-technological achievements in the development of dual-use technologies in the field of application of a non-positional counting system in residual classes; increasing the speed and integrity of processing integer data in the CS and dual-use networks, including applications for cryptographic data transformations.