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Mission and Statistical Data
Mission
The Institute of Mathematics and Informatics [IMI] is a basic subdivision of Vilnius University (it was a state scientific institute, a budgetary scientific research institution until 30th September 2010). IMI was set up to pursue important long-term research for the economy of Lithuania and international cooperation. The main activities of the Institute are scientific research and experimental development (R&D), with research trends approved by the Ministry of Education and Science, and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.
The main fields of IMI activities:
The most successful directions of IMI research:
  • Analysis of rough functions, applications to finance
  • Asymptotic analysis of statistics
  • Automated reasoning methods for knowledge and agent-based logics
  • Econometric models of time series and statistical inferences
  • Integration of statistical and neural approaches to design pattern recognition algorithms
  • Ontology-based engineering of component applications, information systems and business systems
  • Relationships between complexity of pattern recognition algorithms, amount of training data and algorithms' performance, and utilizations of this knowledge while solving real-world problems

Statistical Data
The scientific activity of the Institute is concentrated in 2 departments of the Mathematical trend and 5 departments of Informatics and Informatics Engineering. Some Departments have Sectors or research groups, to execute particular projects.
There are 89 employees at the Institute. 69 researchers are working in the scientific departments, including: 11 doctors habilitatus and 49 doctors (11 doctors have completed habilitation procedure); 19 professors, and 9 docents.
There are 50 doctoral students: 9 in Mathematics, 18 in Informatics and 23 in Informatics Engineering; all of them are full-time students.


Updated on April 26, 2017

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