Kyrylo Zelensky

Prof., Dr. Tech. Sc.

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of the Biomedical Cybernetics Department

Education: In 1961, Kyrylo Zelensky graduated from the Kyiv Military Suvorov School. From 1961 to 1964 – a cadet of the Leningrad Artillery School. A graduate of the Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv State University in 1969, with a specialization in “Mathematics”.

Academic Degree: In 1975, he defended his thesis on the topic “Simplification of Mathematical Models for Object Identification” to obtain the degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences, specializing in 05.13.02 “Theory of Automatic Control”.

Academic Title: He received the academic title of Associate Professor in 1979 at the Department of Technical Cybernetics of the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.

General Information: 50 years of work experience.

From 1971 to 1982 – lecturer, associate professor of the Department of Technical Cybernetics of the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. His scientific research is related to solving identification problems and adaptive control of systems with distributed parameters.

From 1982 to 2002 – senior researcher in the Department of Automated Control Systems of Technological Processes of the E.O. Paton Welding Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

In 2002, Kyrylo Zelensky moved to work at the “Ukraine” University to the position of associate professor of the Department of Higher Mathematics. In 2003, Kyrylo Zelensky moved to the Department of Information Technology and Programming, and in 2004 he headed the Department of Computer Eco-Economic Monitoring (now the Department of Computer Sciences).

Since 2018, he has been a staff member of the Department of Biomedical Cybernetics in the position of Associate Professor.


  • Systems Modeling
  • Automatic Control Theory
  • Numerical-Analytical Modeling in Biology and Medicine
  • Methods of Research of Complex Objects and Systems

Research Interests:

  • Mathematical methods for modeling complex objects and systems