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Dr. Baranovska L.V. holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics. She was awarded as the best Associate Professor at Igor Sikorsky  Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. Over 20 years, she is a Senior Researcher at the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. 
 Baranovska L.V. is the author of more than 150 scientific publications. She teaches and she is the author of 30 textbooks on higher mathematics: Linear Algebra, Analytic Geometry, Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, Laplace Transform, Probability Theory, and Game Theory. 
 Baranovska Lesia V. has got a Grant from the President of Ukraine and a Prize of the NAS of Ukraine for young scientists. She was a Soros' postgraduate student. Since 2013, Dr.Baranovska was awarded the annual University Associate Professor Award on three occasions for excellence in teaching, science and organization work. 
 Dr.Baranovska is a certified expert in higher education quality. Today her main skill sets are learning and development strategies with a focus on integrated blended learning. She is a member of Industry Expert Council at National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance. 
 Her research interests are related to game theory, differential-difference pursuit games, convex analysis, functional analysis, and nonlinear control. She is certified (University of Tokyo) scientific researcher on Game Theory, a member of the International Society of Dynamic Games and she is a Head of Scientific Workshop "Game Theory".   Dr.Baranovska is an Editor and Reviewer of several international scientific journals in the USA, Japan, Brazil, Estonia, and India. 
International Projects
1. Accelerated development of algorithms and software for the calculation of basic trajectories of aircraft guidance and mathematical modeling perturbed motion of the aircraft (№ 01140U000734).
2. Research actual problems of the theory of dynamic and controlled processes and problems of mathematical physics (№ 0112U001235б)
3. Development of models and computational experiments aimed for optimizing the performance properties of structural composites with ceramic matrices, working in extreme conditions (№ 0109U000559)
4. Modeling and numerical experiment of directed study of deformation and fracture of composite materials with lightweight ceramic, cermet and metallic matrices (№ 0112U002308)
5. Computer modeling of the physico-chemical processes for directed solidified ceramic composites of LaB6-MeB2 (Me-Ti, Zr, Hf) at macro-, meso- and microstructure levels (NASA, P-273)
6. Computer modeling of ceramic boride composites (NASA, P-510)

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System Analysis of Financial Market Algebra and Geometry

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