Prof. Anatoly Melnyk  

Department of Computer Engineering
Lviv Polytechnic National University

Intron LTD







LNU - Lviv Polytechnic National University

Lviv Polytechnic National University is the oldest technical university in Eastern Europe (it was founded in 1844) and one of the largest in Ukraine. The overall numbers of students amounts to 20,000. They are enrolled in 76 subject fields. At Lviv Polytechnic National University there are 12 institutes with 82 academic departments and over 1,500 teaching staff, over 150 of whom have hold the degree of Doctor of Science and over 1000 - the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Scientific research is pursued in 4 large research and design institutes and in about 100 laboratories, with a staff of about 1,000 researchers.

The University actively participates in external economic activities. Contracts have been signed with a number of foreign companies for the export of the results of scientific research. Contacts for scientific and technical cooperation have been signed with universities in USA, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Austria, Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria and other countries.

The project will be carried out by the Department of Computer Engineering, which is one of the largest Department at the University (academic staff: 49, including: 4 D.Sc, professors, 18 Ph.D.; about 1,000 students).

Over the long time Department of Computer Engineering has been conducting research activity in design of systems for geographically distributed long-term explorations based on autonomous mobile research stations (intelligent agents-explorers). Results of this research activity were implemented in systems of autonomous distributed oceanic explorations based on autonomous research stations (drifters) and systems of mobile regional ecologic monitoring based on mobile ecologic monitoring stations. Department has also been successfully cooperating with Institute of Marine Hydrophysics (Ukrainian National Academy of Science) in the field of design of systems for autonomous distributed oceanic explorations. In framework of this cooperation scheme staff of Department has taken part in COSPAS/SARSAT (Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking) project (funded by USA, Canada, France, Russia and Ukraine) in part of developing control systems for autonomous research stations. Research work at the Department of Computer Engineering on distributed autonomous exploration systems covered following directions: measurement (transducers, sensor systems, A/D conversion), preliminary processing (specialized computer devices, system on a chip, signal processing), communication (wireless communication, protective coding, information security). Presently Department research has gained new level of expertise covering problems of design of intelligent instrumentation means for distributed explorations which are capable of self-organizing to perform joint exploratory actions. Starting with the year 2000 Department successfully performed set of research projects in the field of autonomous distributed explorations for ecological monitoring based on robotic multiagent systems in the framework of National Program of fundamental research "New computer facilities and technologies for information society" supported by Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Since 2000 research work on distributed autonomous exploration systems continues in the Laboratory of Multiagent Systems created at Department of Computer Engineering. Also staff of Department has performed a lot of projects in computer systems hardware and software creation for different branches.


Prof. DSc Anatoly Melnyk

Anatoly Melnyk has graduated Lviv Polytechnic Institute, Lviv, Ukraine with the Engineer degree in computer engineering in 1978, in 1985 he has received PhD degree in computer systems from Moscow Power Engineering Institute and in 1992 he has received D.Sc. degree from Institute of Modelling Problems in Power Engineering of National Academy of Science of Ukraine. He has received diploma of Fellow Scientific Researcher in 1985 and diploma of Professor in 1996. From 1982 to 1994 he was with Lviv Radio Engineering Research Institute – senior researcher, head of Department of computer systems for signal processing. Since 1994 he is Head of the Department of Computer Engineering, since 1997 he is Scientific Director of the Institute of Measurement and Computer Technique NDKI ELVIT of Lviv Polytechnic National University, since 1999 he is Dean of the Department of Computer and Information Technologies of the Institute of Business and Perspective Technologies, Lviv, Ukraine, since 2000 he is director of research and production enterprise “Intron”. He is member of guidance commission on computer engineering of the Ministry of science and education of Ukraine and member of expert commission of State accreditation commission of Ukraine. He is member of IEEE, ACM, IACSS, main editor of the bulletin “Computer systems and networks”. He has taken part as a project leader in performing a large number of scientific projects in the field of computer systems. He has written over 350 scientific papers and patents.


LNU1. Botchkariov A., Golembo V., Self-organization of mobile explorer-agent team solving the task of distributed in-situ sensing, Artificial Intelligence, Institute of AI problems, Donetsk, 2005. – pp. 713-723.

LNU2. Botchkariov A., Collective behavior of mobile intelligent agents solving the tasks of autonomous distributed explorations, Transactions on Computer systems and networks, Lviv Polytechnic National University Press, 2005.

LNU3. Botchkariov A., Golembo V., Grytsulyak T., Locating and surrounding parametric anomalies in environment by team of autonomous mobile explorers, Proceedings of the 2-nd International Conference "Advanced Computer Systems and Networks: Design and Application" (ACSN-2005), September 21-23, 2005, Lviv, Ukraine. – pp. 109-111.

LNU4. Morozov Y., Sokil V. Hardware key for authentification of users in information systems, Proceedings of international conference “Problems of radio electronic, telecommunication and computer engineering”, TCSET’2004. 24-28 February. Lviv-Slavsko. 2004. – pp. 383-384.

LNU5. Melnyk A., Golembo V., Botchkariov A., The new principles of designing configurable smart sensor networks based on intelligent agents, Transactions on Computer systems and networks, Lviv Polytechnic National University Press, No. 492, 2003. – pp. 100-107.

LNU6. Melnyk A. Newest Computer Devices Design Technology on a Base of Configurable Models, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference “Advanced Computer Systems and Network: Design and Application” (ACSN’2003), 24-26 September, 2003, Lviv, Ukraine.- pp.

LNU7. Emets V., Melnyk A., Popovych R. Advanced Cryptography. Lviv, BAK. 2003. 186 p.

LNU8. Melnyk A., Melnyk V., Korkishko T. Algorithms and Processors for the Symmetric Block Ciphering - Information Protection in Computer and Telecommunication Systems. Lviv, BAK, 2003. 175 p.

LNU9. Melnyk V. Development of Symmetric Block Ciphering Processors using techniques of configuring the Soft-Cores, Pomiary, Automatyka, Kontrola. Miesiecznik Naukowo-Techniczny 7/8. 2003. pp. 59-62.

LNU10. Melnyk A., Emets V. Robust Algorithm of the Hartley Transform and its Processor Cores Generator, Proceeding of the NATO ARW CIPC-2003, Sinaia, Romania, 5-7 Jul, 2003.

LNU11. Botchkariov A., Golembo V., Interpolation model of collective behavior of mobile agents of smart sensor network, Transactions on Computer systems and networks, Lviv Polytechnic National University Press, No. 492, 2003. – pp. 21-27.

LNU12. Botchkariov A., Golembo V., Models of collective behavior of measuring agents, Transactions on Computer systems and networks, Lviv Polytechnic National University Press, No. 463, 2002. – pp. 19-27.

LNU13. Glukhov V., Lukenjuk A., Shenderuk S. Unified embedded system  for acquisition and processing data from research equipment, Space science and technology, Supplement to the magazine, T. 9, N 2, 2003. - pp. 28-37.

LNU14. Melnyk V., Baesig J. Modeling DES Soft-Cores for information protection, Schriftenreihe der Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule Nuernberg. Nr. 8, Nuernberg, December 2002, pp. 5 – 19.

LNU15. Botchkariov A., Golembo V., Distributed contact sensing system based on autonomous intelligent agents, Transactions on Computer systems and networks, Lviv Polytechnic National University Press, 2001, No. 437. – pp. 14-20.