Employees of the BMG department

Oleksii Lobiak

Head of the Department. PhD, Associate Professor

Oleksii Lobiak

PhD since 2002. He defended his PhD thesis at the Specialized Scientific Board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – building constructions, buildings and structures. The subject of his thesis: “The stress-strain state of the steel-concrete membrane coating”. His research advisor was Dr.Sci.Eng., Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests: design and calculation of building constructions using the modern computer-aided modeling technologies.

Author of 50 scientific publications and teaching materials. Obtained 2 patents. The author of 7 books on computer assisted design systems. Research advisor of 2 PhDs.

Glib Vatulia

Vice-Rector for Science, D.Sc. (Tech), Professor

Glib Vatulia

Doctor of Engineering Science since 2016. He defended his doctoral thesis at the specialized scientific board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – Building Constructions, Buildings and Structures. The subject of the thesis was “Structural analysis and design of composite and steel and concrete constructions”. His research advisor was D.Sc. (Tech), Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests: optimal design of steel-concrete and composite structures, calculations under force and thermal impact.

Author of 130 scientific publications and teaching materials. Obtained 10 patents. The research advisor of 4 PhDs.

Svitlana Berestianska

PhD, Associate Professor

Svitlana Berestianska

PhD in Engineering Science since 2003. She defended her PhD thesis at the Specialized Scientific Board D 64.056.04 in specialty 05.23.01 Building Constructions, Buildings and Structures. The subject of the thesis was: “Stressed-Deformed State of Steel-Concrete Slabs Under Power and Temperature Influences”. Her research advisor was Dr.Sc., Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests:: study of the work of steel-concrete slabs, and their calculations on power and temperature influences.

Author of 35 scientific publications and teaching materials.

Evgeniy Galagurya

PhD, Associate Professor

Evgeniy Galagurya

PhD in Engineering Science since 2008. He defended his PhD thesis at the specialized scientific board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – Building Constructions, Buildings and Structures. The subject of the thesis was Stress-strained state of steel-concrete pillars under the different load distribution. His research advisor was Dr.Sc., Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests: optimal design of steel-concrete columns and their calculations on power and temperature influences.

Author of 39 scientific publications and teaching materials. Obtained 2 patents.

Maksym Kovalov

PhD, Associate Professor

Maksym Kovalov

PhD in Engineering Science since 2008. He defended his PhD thesis at the specialized scientific board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – Building Constructions, Buildings and Structures. The subject of the thesis was Stress-strained and limited state-concrete beams under the static short-term loading. His research advisor was Dr.Sc., Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests: study of steel-concrete beams with different types of anchor devices.

Author of 26 scientific publications and teaching materials.

Larysa Kravtsiv

PhD, Associate Professor

Larysa Kravtsiv

PhD in Engineering Science since 2008. She defended her PhD thesis at the specialized scientific board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – Building Constructions, Buildings and Structures. The subject of the thesis was Stressed-deformed state of steel-concrete bent elements at power and temperature influences. Her research advisor was Dr.Sc., Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests: study of the work of steel concrete beams under the influence of high temperatures.

Author of 28 scientific publications and teaching materials.

Olena Opanasenko

PhD, Associate Professor

Olena Opanasenko

PhD in Engineering Science since 2006. She defended her PhD thesis at the specialized scientific board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – Building Constructions, Buildings and Structures. The subject of the thesis was “Stress-strain state of steel-concrete frameworks of industrial buildings”. Her research advisor was Dr.Sc., Professor E. Chykhladze.

Scope of scientific interests: optimal design of steel-concrete constructions, фібробетон.

Author of 30 scientific publications and teaching materials.

Mykhailo Pavliuchenkov

PhD, Associate Professor

Mykhailo Pavliuchenkov

PhD since 2017. He defended his PhD thesis at the Specialized Scientific Board D 64.820.04 in specialty 05.22.07 – rolling stock and train traction. The subject of his thesis: “Improving the bracket support structures of tank wagons to reduce materials consumption”. His research advisor was PhD, Associate Professor G. Vatulia.

Scope of scientific interests: Improving the bracket support structures of tank wagons.

Author of 38 scientific publications. Obtained 1 patent.

Svitlana Deryzemlia

Head of the laboratory

Svitlana Deryzemlia

Scope of scientific interests: simulation of behavior of steel-concrete and composite structures.

Author of 11 scientific publications.

Dmytro Petrenko

PhD, Head of the laboratory

Dmytro Petrenko

PhD since 2019. He defended his PhD thesis at the Specialized Scientific Board D 64.820.02 in specialty 05.23.01 – building constructions, buildings and structures. The subject of his thesis: “The stress-strain state of the flexible steel-concrete columns”. His research advisor was Dr.Sci.Eng., Associate Professor G. Vatulia.

Scope of scientific interests: optimization of steel-concrete flexible columns of different cross-section.

Author of 22 scientific publications and teaching materials. Obtained 3 patents.