Dissertations

The Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics prepares two groups of doctoral students: mathematics and computer science. In this section you will find the defended dissertations classified according to the year defence, other dissertations defended at Vilnius University can be found on the page of the Research Council of Lithuania.

2015

Mathematics

  • JOVITA ATSTOPIENĖ.  Discrete universality theorems for the Riemann and Hurwitz zeta-functions.
  • VAIDOTAS CHARACIEJUS. Limiting long-term memory functional linear behavior.
  • ERIKAS KARIKOVAS. Hurvico zeta function self-approximation.

2014

Informatics

  • STASYS PELDŽIUS. Software process assessment using multiple processes valuation models.

Mathematics

  • SANDRA ČERNYGOVA.
     Moments problem for periodic zeta function.
  • VYTAUTAS AŠERIS. Intermediates biosensors using computer simulations.

2013

Informatics

  • VYTAUTAS AŠERIS. Intermediates biosensor using computer simulation
  • SVAJŪNAS SAJAVIČIUS. Differential problems with nonlocal initial and boundary conditions of numerical analysis
  • DAINIUS ŠIMELEVIČIUS. Computer biocatalysis complex modeling processes in biosensors

Mathematics

  • TATJANA BAKŠAJEVA. Asymptotic distributions Evensun formula against
  • KRISTINA KAULAKYTĖ. Stationary Navier-Stokes system with non-homogeneous boundary conditions in domains with non-compact edges
  • NERINGA KLOVIENĖ. Second grade fluid flow task not stationary solutions of the cylindrical type Puazeilio areas
  • VALENTAS KURAUSKAS. Two random graph models
  • JURGITA MARKEVIČIŪTĖ. Almost non-stationary processes asymptotic results
  • LAURA PAULIONIENĖ. Space - time statistical data modeling based on time series, spatial interpolation parameters
  • DONATA PUPLINSKAITĖ. Autoregression processes and random fields with finite or infinite variance aggregation
  • PAULIUS ŠARKA. Rare sets of arithmetic properties
  • JONAS ŠIURYS. Rekurentive linear sequence consisting of a complex number
  • ALBERTAS ZINEVIČIUS. Curve over the number of bodies and their rings of integers

2012

Informatics

  • POVILAS DANIUŠIS. Feature extraction by optimizing the structure of dependence.
  • VALDAS JASAITIS. Spontaneous fronts oscillatry zero field computer modeling.
  • LAURA SAVIČIENĖ. Regulatory offense simulation and visualization study of decision-support aircraft take off and landing phases.

Mathematics

  • EUGENIJA BIELIAUSKIENĖ. Probability of bankruptcy and the Gerber-Shiu function of discrete time risk model with differently distributed throughout the claims.
  • ANDRIUS ČIGINAS. Statistics in the distributions of linear combinations of approximations populations.
  • JONAS JANKAUSKAS. Polynomials heights.
  • ANDRIUS GRIGUTIS. Lerche and the Selberg zeta function values ​​distributions.
  • JUSTAS KALPOKAS. Riemann zeta-function and Dirichlet L-functions of discrete moments
  • AIVARAS NOVIKAS. Combined number of degrees of integer sequences.

2011

Informatics

  • EVELINA GAIDAMAUSKAITĖ. Computer multi-reaction kinetic modeling of biosensors.
  • KAROLIS PETRAUSKAS. Computer modeling of the component geometry biosensors.

Mathematics

  • POVILAS BANYS. Limit theorems for linear random fields using the Beveridge-Nelson decomposition.
  • ALESIA KOLUPAYEVA. Certain amount of cusp forms L values ​​of the distribution function convolution.
  • JŪRATĖ PETRAUSKIENĖ. Sums of dependent random variables, Poisson-type approximation metrics.
  • MILDA PRANCKEVIČIŪTĖ. High frequency data aggregation and risk of change in value.
  • IRMA RASTENĖ. High-frequency data aggregation and VaR.
  • JELENA SALNIKOVA. Gerber-Shiu discounted penalty function test.

2010

Informatics

  • TOMAS ANBINDERIS. Some of the Lithuanian language text accenting aspects of mathematical modeling.
  • ADOMAS BIRŠTUNAS. Sequent calculi for BDI logics with effective search cycles.
  • ANDREJ KISEL. Asmens identifikavimas pagal pirštų atspaudus ir balsą.
  • RIMANTAS KYBARTAS. Many classes of detection using the classification of pairs.
  • JUSTAS KRANAUSKAS. Identification of the person's face and iris.
  • INDRĖ ŽLIOBAITĖ. Adaptive Training Set Formation.

Mathematics

  • JULIJA KARALIŪNAITĖ. Value distribution theorems for periodic zeta function.
  • INGA MASIULAITYTĖ. Regression models and degradation of the reliability theory and survival analysis.
  • VIKTOR SKORNIAKOV. Asymptotically homogeneous Markov chain.

2009

Informatics

  • TOMAS PLANKIS. Computer calculations for some sequences and polynomials.
  • MANTAS PUIDA. Computer modeling of structural innovations in biosensors.

Mathematics

  • GIEDRIUS ALKAUSKAS. Some number theory.
  • VIOLETA BALINSKAITĖ. Discrete limit theorems of the Riemann zeta function Melino transformations.
  • KRISTINA BRUŽAITĖ. Some linear models of time series with nonstationary long memory (externally).
  • DANUTĖ REGINA GENIENĖ. Lerch zeta functions with algebraic irrational parameter limit theorems (externally).