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United Institute of Informatics Problems (UIIP) is the leading organization in Belarus in fundamental and applied research on information technologies: CAD/CAM/CAE systems, applied mathematics, high performance parallel computing, bioinformatics and medical informatics, geoinformation systems, digital cartogragraphic systems, Space informatics, GRID-technologies. The Institute is the provider of scientific and educational Internet networks in Belarus. It takes part in state recommendations on information technologies implementation, scientific support of informatization processes, prognosis in related science and technology fields  in Belarus, high skill specialists training.


The staff of the institute (on 31.12.2019) is over 334 persons including 127 research workers: 15 scientists with Dsc degree and over 57 with PhD degree.

Main directions of research:
- Computer aided design/manufacturing/engineering (CAD/CAM/CAE)
- Processing and recognition of signals, images and speech
- Operations research and discrete optimization
- Decision making support systems
- Bio- and medical informatics
- Space and remote sensing data processing, geoinformation  systems
- Supercomputer systems and applications, GRID-technologies
- Computer networks and telematics application
- Information protection 
- Input-output of video information
- Information reference systems



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30.01.2015
VIII international conference NooJ2015

29.01.2015
50'th anniversary of UIIP

27.01.2015
Congratulation of Nick AVDEEV and Grigori PROKOPOVITCH

23.01.2014
The meeting of the section Mathematics and informatics of international scientific- innovation conference A Science for Innovation

03.12.2013
Creation of new sector Robotics
For feather development of research in the field of robotics technology a sector of Robotics was created in the institute on the basis of the laboratory of Self-organizing Systems Modeling.


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