12 марта 2021 года
During the period of study, postgraduates of the Maritime University defend their dissertations ahead of schedule and successfully

On March 11, 2021, postgraduate student of the University Evgenia Sobolevskaya successfully defended her thesis for the degree of candidate of technical sciences on the topic «Development of an information analytical system for organizing and managing sea freight in the Arctic and Subarctic of Russia based on artificial intelligence». E.Yu. Sobolevskaya published 12 scientific papers, of which seven in peer-reviewed scientific journals recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission, two papers are indexed in the international Web of Science database and three in Scopus. The dissertation of the postgraduate student is devoted to the development of an information analytical system for determining the optimal route of sea cargo transportation using the apparatus of fuzzy logic, which makes it possible to increase the efficiency of the organization and management of sea cargo transportation in difficult navigation conditions in the Arctic and Subarctic of Russia. The presented dissertation is aimed at the development of intelligent fleet management systems that take into account the peculiarities of navigation in ice and contributes to the development of the Arctic shelf by increasing the volume of cargo transportation in this direction and the development of the country's economy. Experimental verification has proven the reliability and efficiency of the developed information analytical system for organizing and managing sea freight in arctic and subarctic conditions; the use of methods of systems analysis, systems theory, theory of fuzzy sets and methods of empirical research; application of mathematical and computer modeling. The author offers options for constructing rational routes and makes it possible not only to find out which type of vessel is better to use in a given ice situation and in what season, but also allows the shipping / logistics company to optimize the use of vessels taking into account the season and navigation. The toolkit developed by the graduate student is the basis for making effective decisions - this determines the main contribution of the candidate to the development of operational science. The University administration congratulates E.Yu. Sobolevskaya on the successful and early defense of her Ph.D. thesis.

Rector`s Office, Center for Training Scientific and Pedagogical Personnel, Department of Research and Innovation Activities

12 марта 2021 года