Our goal is that at the end of each course our students would not only say 'I know', they would also say 'I can'. We see SITE students as ambitious minds aspired to tackle global challenges, as decent citizens committed to the highest ethical standards, and as able young professionals ready to use the power of technologies for bringing solutions to real-life problems. Their study programs are not only about technical knowledge and skills, they learn how to communicate efficiently, to persuade and lead others towards a common mission.
|Joined ADA||September, 2015|
- “Multiversion validation method in informational computer networks” in Proceedings of the Third International Conference “Internet-Education-Science. IES-2002”, Volume 2, Vinnytsia, Ukraine;
- “Modified optimistic multiversion concurrency control algorithm in distributed databases” in "Applied and Computational Mathematics" An International Journal, Volume 1, No.1, 2002 National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan;
- “Hierarchical Models in OpenGL” in “Delphi Informant Magazine” April 2002, Volume 8 Number 4, CA, USA.