History of the department

The prehistory of the department reaches September 1963, when the Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation was established in the Ivano-Frankivsk branch of the Lviv Polytechnic Institute, headed by the senior teacher Yatsun Mikhail Andreevich. From the 1963/64 school year, work was done on organizing the educational process and creating the material and technical base to conduct training in the specialty 0634 – “Electrification and automation of mining work” – the founder of the specialty 7.050201 – 7.050201 – “Control Systems and Automation” and 0639 –“automation and complex mechanization of chemical-technological processes”. From September 30, 1963, to September 15, 1966, the department was headed by Ph.D., associate professor Aminadava Izrailevich Kaplan. Later, by June 1967, the duties of the head of the department l Yuri V. Grosh.

In June 1966, the department released the first engineers in the specialty 0634 – “Electrification and automation of mining operations”, and in December 1966 – in the specialty 0639 – “automation and complex mechanization of chemical-technological processes.”

In 1967, the Ivano-Frankivsk Institute of Oil and Gas (IFING) was established on the basis of the Ivano-Frankivsk branch of the Lviv Polytechnic Institute.

Since 1968, the department of electrical engineering and automation has been headed by Ph.D., associate professor Vinogradov Leonid Aleksandrovich.

06/23/1968 from the department of electrical engineering and automation stood out the department of automation of processes for the extraction and processing of oil and gas, the head of which remained Ph.D., Assoc. Vinogradov L.A.

At the end of 1969 from the Siberian Scientific Center of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (Novosibirsk), Dr. Sc. Stamberger Heinrich Abramovich, along with his student, Ph.D. Dobrov E.E.

09/01/1970 by the order of the Rector of IFING for No. 48, the Department of Automation of Oil and Gas Extraction and Refining is divided into two departments: automation of production processes (head, Rector of IFING, Professor B. N. Lokotosh) and information-measuring equipment and electronics (ICT and PE), which was the ancestor of the current department. The first head of the department is appointed Dr.Sc. Stumberger A.

Throughout its existence, the department has developed in the educational and scientific areas, mastering the increasingly complex achievements of scientific and technological progress in the field of management in technical systems regarding the oil and gas industry of Ukraine.

The needs of the national economy and the requirements for training specialists in the field of management in technical systems regarding the oil and gas industry in Ukraine have led to the fact that the name of the department has changed several times.

So, in 1987, the department of IWT and PE was renamed into the department of automation and remote control (A and T)

In November 1995, the department of AIT was renamed to the department of automated management in technical and organizational systems.

In connection with the opening at the department of a new specialty “Computer systems and networks” in September 2001 the department was renamed the department “Computer technologies in control systems and automation”.

In March 2016, in connection with the licensing of the direction “Telecommunications” the department received the current name “Information and telecommunication technologies and systems (ITTS)”.

Head of the department and the timing of their tenure:

Hellrich Abramovich Stamberger, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, September 1970 – May 1978

Maslov Vadim Semenovich, Ph.D., Associate Professor, September 1978 – November 1983.r.

Stamberger Heinrich Abramovich, November 1983 – May 1986

Zhugan Lydia Ilinichna, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, June 1986 October 1993

Nikolaichuk Yaroslav Nikolaevich, November 1993-April 1994

Brodin Ivan Semenovich, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, April 1994 – April 1995

Zamikhovsky Leonid Mykhailovych, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, April 1995 – present.


The department trains specialists in the following specialties:

1970 – 1986 – “Electrification and automation of mining”;

1986 1989 – “Automation and Remote Control”;

1989-2007 – “Control Systems and Automation”;

2007 – present time – “Computerized control systems and automatics”;

Since 2010 – Graduation specialization “Control systems and diagnostics of oil and gas facilities”;

2001-2004 – “Computer Systems and Networks”

2016 – at present – “Telecommunications and Radio Engineering”;

2016 – at present – Automation and computer-integrated technologies, specialization “Computerized control systems and automation”.

Scientific schools of the department:

Professor Stamberger A.

The period of foundation 1970-1988.
The main concept of “Circles AC in geophysical measurements.”

Professor Y. M. Nikolaichuk

The founding period of 1990-2000.
The main concept: “Theory i: technical tools for the formation, transmission and processing of messages in the lower computing networks of automated systems.”

Professor I. Brodin

The foundation period is 1992-1995.
The main concept: “The theory and principles of building automated vitratovimirvalny complexes for technical and metrological support for measuring gas consumption.”

Professor L. Zamikhovsky

Founded in 1996
The main concept: “Diagnostics and modern information technology in technology and society.”

Today, more than 80.0% of the faculty of the department are its best graduate-masters, who graduated with honors, were recommended for admission to graduate school and after graduation successfully defended their theses.

A feature of the preparation of graduates of the department is a deep study of modern high-tech branches of science and technology: information technology; computer, microprocessor technology and electronics; systems and networks of data transmission and telecommunications; computerized control systems.

Students of the department receive fundamental knowledge in: programming (algorithmic languages ​​and programming, object-oriented programming, modern programming technologies, system programming, databases, operating systems, WEB-technologies, etc.).

The faculty of the department also provides training of specialists of educational and qualification levels bachelor for the specialties “Documentation and information activities” and “Management”.

Scientific activity:

By 2016, the department had a postgraduate study in the specialties 05.11.13 “Instruments and methods for monitoring and determining the composition of substances” and 05.13.05 “Computer systems and components”.

Since 2016, there is a post-graduate program in specialties 05.13.07 “Automation of control processes” and 05.11.13 “Instruments and methods for monitoring and determining the composition of substances”.

On the basis of the department for more than two decades, the International Interuniversity School-Seminar “Methods and Diagnostic Tools in Engineering and Society” has been held, the supervisor of which is prof. Zamikhovsky L.M., and since 2012 the annual All-Ukrainian scientific-practical seminar “Modern Information Technologies in Distance Education” was founded by the department.

Under the guidance of highly qualified teachers of the department, students are engaged in research work in 4 educational research laboratories and branches of the department – Dolinsky LPUMG UMG “Prikarpattransgaz” and in the Ivano-Frankivsk branch of Ukrtelecom OJSC, participate in inter-university and international conferences and forums.


Department partners:

Considerable attention is paid to the department’s relations with hardware and software developers.

In 2008, the department began cooperation between IFNTUNG and SE “Siemens Ukraine”, within which joint conferences and seminars-training are held in the direction of research, design and implementation of energy-saving technologies in all areas of modern production, as well as organized and equipped with the latest hardware and software by means of the Siemens concern an educational research laboratory with a total area of ​​284 square meters, in which highly qualified specialists in control systems are trained Research in this direction.

In March 2015, the ITTS Department was admitted to the associate academic members of the Association of Industrial Automation Enterprises of Ukraine (Appa).

The association represents the interests of the Ukrainian society of industrial automation enterprises. It is based on the principles of collaboration (collaboration) and the joint solution of common problems, the common desire to generate and share ideas for the development of the industry; establish a dialogue between different groups of stakeholders – government agencies, end customers, suppliers, system integrators, providers of additional services; produce industry insights, identify critical development problems and propose solutions for them.

In April 2016, a memorandum of cooperation was signed in the field of creating an IT-Academy for training young Junior-level specialists for the MSShatepoint, MSAzure, MSoffice 365 platforms (technologies: C #, C ++, DotNet, ASP.Net MCV 4, Angular JS, JQuery , WEB API) with Microsoft Ukraine LLC (Kiev) with the involvement of Softlist LLC (Kiev). Within the framework of the memorandum, licensed software products were transferred to the department, and the IT-Academy began its work in September.

In April 2016, agreement No. 1-0416-HWPMC-NTUOG was signed between the Foreign enterprise Honeywell Ukraine and the Institute for Scientific and Technical Information on creative, scientific and educational cooperation. As part of the agreement, in June-August 2016, the ITTS department transferred the latest developments of hardware and software and sensors to the amount of more than 800 thousand UAH, which allowed to organize a laboratory of Smart-technologies based on Honeywell equipment.

On June 22, 2016, a trilateral cooperation agreement was signed between PHOENIX CONTACT Gmbh & Co. KG, PHOENIX CONTACT LLC and IFNTUNG with the transfer of equipment to the ITT department for maintaining the EduNet network, which is intended for the exchange of knowledge between the participating universities and PhoenixContact. Today, more than 70 educational institutions in 22 countries of the world are connected to the EduNet network. In the framework of the international project TEMPUS 544010-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-DE-TEMPUS-JPHES “Training in Automation Technologies” (TATU), in which ITT took part, was received in 2015 fourspecialized mobile labs (smart lab) of the company “Phoenix Contact”.

At the end of 2016, agreements on creative, scientific and educational cooperation were concluded with Padana Chemical Compounds LLC, Western Engineering and Technical Center LLC, Ivano-Frankivskvodoekotekhprom industrial enterprise and Dolinsky LPUMG UMG Prikarpattransgaz branch where students of the department will be go through all kinds of practices as well.