Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre
Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre (Russian: Вычислительный центр им. А. А. Дородницына РАН), known as the Computing Centre of the Academy of Sciences (CC RAS) until 2015, is a research institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. It was established in 1955.
Its areas of research include:
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Mathematical Physics
- Mathematical modeling of Climatic Ecological Processes and other Nonlinear Phenomena
- Solid mechanics and Elastic-Plastic Problems
- Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis
- Computer Aided Design
- Optimization Methods, Linear and Nonlinear programming
- Analytical mechanics and Lyapunov's Stability of Motion
- Rigid body dynamics and Space Dynamics
- Interactive Optimization and Decision support systems
- Parallel Computing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Mathematical modeling of Economic Processes
- Software development
Anatoly Dorodnitsyn, for whom the centre is named, was its director from 1955–1989.
The prestigious Journal of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics has been published by the Computing Centre since 1960.
After 15 June 2015, CC RAS was included in Federal research centre "Informatic and Control" of RAS and now no longer exists as an independent institute.
- Andrey Ershov
- Andrey Markov Jr.
- Nikita Moiseyev
- Valentin Vital'yevich Rumyantsev
- Yuri Zhuravlyov
- Leonid Khachiyan
- Vladimir Alexandrov