Predicting the future of transport

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Prof. Julia Yamnenko is a new fellow of the TUM-IAS program that supports Ukrainian researchers. Her area of scientific interests includes electronics, microprocessor control systems, digital signal processing, spectral and wavelet analysis, microgrids and smartgrids, intellectual system of energy consumption, machine learning and internet of things solutions in microgrids.

Julia Yamnenko
Prof. Julia Yamnenko is one of 10 fellows from Ukraine that TUM is supporting.

The Head of the Department of Electronic Devices and Systems at the National Technical University of Ukraine and Vice President of the Academy of Engineering Sciences of Ukraine is author and co-author of 12 scientific books, 9 textbooks, the distant educational courses “Calculation mathematics” and “Theory of information and signal processing” (both in Ukrainian and English languages), “Theory of automatic control”, “Electronic control systems” and “Energy efficiency”.

Yamnenko is very engaged in higher education quality assurance processes as a certified expert and trainer of the National Agency for quality assurance of Ukraine. She conducted more than 10 accreditations of educational programs of bachelor, master and PhD level in many Ukrainian universities and has experience in the creation of national standards of higher education.

In collaboration with Prof. Constantinos Antoniou, the Chair of Transportation Systems Engineering at Technical University of Munich, she is working on two projects titled “Machine learning methods for traffic demand and supply prediction” and “Monitoring and predictive control in transport system engineering”.