On June 30, 2022, LITSAM junior researcher Ilya Pimanov successfully defended his PhD dissertation on the topic «Algorithmic and software support for automation of the functioning of distributed systems for complex modeling of natural and natural-technical objects», scientific specialty – 2.3.5 Mathematical and software support for computing systems, complexes and computer networks, scientific supervisor – Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, LITSAM chief researcher Viacheslav Zelentsov.
On October 20-22, 2021, the 10th All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference «Simulation Modeling. Theory and practice» (IMMOD-2021) was held in St. Petersburg.
The conference program included reports related primarily to the field of modeling systems with discrete events and time. Reports on system modeling using other technologies (system dynamics, agent and evolutionary modeling, neural networks, etc.) were submitted if they contained results related to general methodological, software and hardware problems of simulation and complex modeling of complex objects and processes in various subject areas.
LITSAM graduate student Murashov D.A. presented a report on the topic “Analytical and simulation modeling of the processes of coordination of group behavior of agents” and became the laureate of the Youth Prize named after N.P. Buslenkov in the field of theory and practice of simulation modeling.
The final conference on the Innoforestview project was held on May 28, 2021.
The event was attended by Russian and Finnish project partners, representatives of the Committee for External Relations and the Committee for Informatization and Communications of St. Petersburg and Cross-Border Cooperation Program «South-East Finland Russia» 2014-2020, organizations in the field of forestry, ecology and nature management, etc.
LITSAM representatives made a report on the results of Earth observation data processing for analysis of negative impact on forests and development of unified innovation information system for analysis and forecasting the preconditions and impact of natural and anthropogenic factors on the forest state in cross-border areas.
The main attention was paid to the system developed by LITSAM specialists and containing the results of project implementation – its work was demonstrated to the conference participants.
On May 27, 2021, LITSAM researcher Zakharov V.V. successfully defended his PhD dissertation (scientific specialty 05.13.01 – System analysis, management and information processing (technical systems).
The topic of PhD. thesis: “Models and algorithms for planning the functioning and modernization of a corporate information system based on a service-oriented approach”.
In the framework of InnoForestView project LITSAM specialists completed the development of a pilot version of an information system for analysis and forecasting the preconditions and impact of natural and anthropogenic factors on the forest state in cross-border area.
The information system is open and can be accessed by following the link or using a QR code:
The system provides users with the ability to quickly view data on the state of forests, analyze the dynamics of its changes, and is also equipped with simple tools for loading new data necessary for solving specific problems.
Currently, the system is being filled with spatial data, including those obtained by the Russian and Finnish partners of the Innoforestview project.
We invite all interested users to register in the system and test its work!
LITSAM will participate in the implementation of the WaterDrive project (Water driven rural development in the Baltic Sea Region) of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region program.
WaterDrive is the first interdisciplinary project carried out jointly by different departments of the SPC RAS – SPIIRAS and the Institute of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development (IAERD).
In this project, LITSAM is responsible for development of unified information system that unites the results provided by Russian project participants.
LITSAM continues to participate in the work under the Union State of Russia and Belarus program.
In February 2021, following the results of the competition held, the SPC RAS concluded an agreement and LITSAM began to carry out an integral part of the research work under the new program «Integration – US».
As in the previous programs «Monitoring-US» and «Technology-US», the state customer on the part of Russia is Roscosmos, the direct customer for the SPC RAS is Space Systems Research and Development Institute (NII KS) – a branch of Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center.
The main problem solved in the project is the creation of technology and appropriate software that provide automation of the complex application of Earth remote sensing data received from all spacecraft of the orbital constellation of Russia and Belarus.
A new issue of the scientific journal “Informatization and Communication” has been published recently. It includes thematic section “Information Technologies for Analysis of Forest Ecosystems in the InnoForestView Project“, for which LITSAM specialists prepared a whole series of scientific articles:
- Grigoreva O.Y., Markov A.Y., Saidov A.G. Service for determining forest taxational indicators based on automated processing of multispectral remote sensing data // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 158-162. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-158-162
- Zelentsov V.A., Semenov A.E. Principles of information systems design for creation of thematic services based on integrated use of ground-aerospace data and modeling results // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 163-168. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-163-168.
- Mochalov V.F. Assessment of vegetation state based on modified fuzzy algorithm // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 169-174. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-169-174
- Zelentsov V.A., Ponomarenko M.R., Pimanov I.Yu. Thematic services for analysis of forests using earth observation data // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 175-181. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-175-181. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-175-181
- Potryasaev S.A., Pimanov I.Yu. Managing information processes in systems for modeling natural objects // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 182-187. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-182-187