Foundation: Faculty of Cybernetics was established on May 6, 1969 year. This is the first faculty, which related to computing equipment at the KNU, which became a major center of training of specialists in the field of computer science and computational mathematics.
Departments: Theoretical Cybernetics, Theory, and Technology of Programming, Mathematical Informatics, Information Systems, Computational Mathematics, Modelling of Complex Systems, Operations Research, Systems Analysis and Theory of Decision Making, Applied Statistics.
Structural units: 4 research laboratories (RL of Computational Methods in the Mechanics of Continuous Environments, RL of Modelling and Optimization, RL of High-Performance Systems of Information Processing, and RL of probabilistic and Statistical Methods), 3 research sectors(RS of Theoretical Cybernetics, RS of Programming Problems, RS ofProblems of Systems Analysis), Informational-Computing Sector.
Directions: 6.050103 Software Engineering; 6.040302 Informatics; 6.040303 System Analysis; 6.040301 Applied Mathematics.
Specialties: 8.05010301 Software of Systems; 8.04030201 Informatics; 8.04030203 Social Informatics; 8.04030101 Applied Mathematics; 8.04030302 Systems and Methods of Decision-Making.
Specializations: Software of Intelligent Systems; Intelligent Information Technologies; Information Technology and Systems; Programming Technologies; Intelligent Processing of Information and Knowledge; System Analysis and Decision Making; Stochastic Analysis of Systems; Operations Research; Modeling and Optimization of Systems; Computational Mathematics.
Dean: Anatolii V. Anisimov, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Science, Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine.
Availability of hall of residence: yes
Courses offered in a foreign language: Master’s students have the opportunity to study certain subjects exclusively in the English language.
Eminent graduates: Gregory Lipich (1972) — CEO of ABBYY Russia (2005-2014), CEO of ABBYY Canada; Oleksandr Bondar (1955) — Ukrainian politician, deputy of Ukraine of the 5th and 6th convocations, Chairman of the State Property Fund of Ukraine (1998-2003); Vadim Mazur (1968) — CEO 1C Ukraine; Ihor Mityukov (1952) — Ukrainian politician and public figure, Minister of Finance of Ukraine (1997-2001), Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (2002-2005); Vitaly Tishchenko (1972) — CEO of ABBYY Ukraine.