Personals

Kurylko Oleksandr Borysovych

Ph.D. (in mathematics), associate professor

Contacts

mechanics and mathematics faculty, room 405,

phone no.: (044) 259-05-90,

e-mail: alexandr.kurylko@knu.ua, alexandr.kurylko@gmail.com

General information

In 2008 graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and took Master’s of Mechanics degree (honors diploma), in 2008-2011 he was post-graduate student, in 2010-2022 he worked as an Assistant Professor of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Department and from 2022 as an Associate professor of Integral and Differential Equations Department. In 2012 Kurylko O.B. defended PH.D. thesis "Mixing of viscous fluids in microcells".

Teaching activity

Main courses: «Mathematical analysis», «Multidimensional analysis», «The calculus of variations and optimization methods», «Laboratory practice in computer mathematics», «Computer mechanics methods».

Scientific work

The field of scientific interests: chaos in dynamical systems, mixing of viscous fluids, fluid advection, theory of optimal control.

Main publications

1. Meleshko V.V., Kurylko O.B.,Gourjii A.A. Generation of topological chaos in the Stokes flow in a rectangular cavity // Journal of Mathematics Sciences (United States). – 2012. – 185(6). – P. 858-871.

2. Asrorov, F., Sobchuk, V., Kurylko, O. Finding of bounded solutions to linear impulsive systems // Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies. – 2019. – Volume 6, N 4 (102). – P.14-20.

3. Gorban N.V., Kapustyan A.V., Kapustyan E.A., Kurylko A.B. On approximate control for the reaction-diffusion process in microinhomogeneous medium // The International Scientific and Technical Journal “Problems of Control and Informatics”. – 2021. – Volume 66, Issue 1. – P. 22-29.

4. Kurylko O.B. Modelling of mixing scenario of a viscous fluid inside a rectangular cavity under a complex velocity distribution // International scientific and practical conference “Mathematics, physics, mechanics, astronomy, computer science and cybernetics: issues of productive interaction”, Cuiavian University in Wloclawek, Wloclawek, Repuplic of Poland, July 9-10, 2021. – P.21-24.

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