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Prytula Mykola Mykolajovych
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Prytula Mykola Mykolajovych Degree: Doctor of Science Title: Professor Email Address: pmm@franko.lviv.ua
Brief biography:
Prytula Mykola Mykolajovych was born on the 25th of May 1946 in the village of Neznaniv in Lviv region. He is a mathematician, received his Ph.D. degree in 1982, has become a docent in 1984, a doctor of science since 1998, a full professor since 1999. He graduated from Ivan Franko Lviv State University in 1969. From 1969 to 1970 was working as a software engineer at Lviv Statutupravlinna; from 1970 to 1971 was working as a software engineer at WesternUkrainian Geophysical Exploration Expedition (WUGEE); from 1971 to 1973 was in the army service; from 1973 to 1978 continued working at WUGEE; from 1978 to 1980 – the head of the software department at Lviv Terupravlinna; from 1980 to 1984 was working as an assistant at the department of computational mathematics at Ivan Franko Lviv State University; from 1984 to 1999 was working as a docent at the department of the theory of optimal processes at the same university; in 1999 has become a professor while working at the department of the theory of optimal processes; from 1988 to 1996 had a position of a vise dean at the department of applied mathematics and informatics at Ivan Franko Lviv State University. Since 2003 he is a head of the department of discrete analysis and intellectual systems at Ivan Franko Lviv National University. Additional title and membership in scientific societies: Soros' docent; a member of the Shevchenko Scientific Society; the vise editor of the mathematical magazin Visnyk at the Shevchenko Scientific Society; the head of the mathematical commission at the Shevchenko Scientific Society an editors collegium member of the "Boundary problems for differential equations" publication series Research interests: Asymptotical methods in nonlinear mechanics; The integration theory of nonlinear dynamical systems on functional and operator manifolds; he has developed and rationalised Lialgebraic aspects of the gradient method, analysis of direct and nondirect nonlinear dynamical systems, and their parametrial integration; he has developed a methodology based on the gradientholonomic algorithm, which allows researching of irregularities in nonlinear dynamical systems and their parametrial integration; advanced the reduction theory for limiteddimensional submanifolds and their reallife application. List of lecture: Discrete mathematicsProbability Theory and Mathematical Statistics Dynamical Models and Decision Making Systems in Economics a member of American Mathematical Society (AMS 