Sergey VladimirovichAblameyko (b. 24.09.1956, u. v. Voronovo, Grodno region) — mathematician. Academician (2009; corresponding member since 2004), doctor of technical sciences (1990), professor (1992). Academician of the European Academy (2011), Russian Academy of Cosmonauticsnamed after K.E. Tsiolkovsky (2012), the Spanish Royal Academy of Doctors (2009). Foreign member of the European Academy of Economics and Management (2010). Principal Member (Fellow) of the International Pattern Recognition Association (1998).
Scientific work in the field of image processing and pattern recognition. He developed the theory, methods and algorithms for processing and recognition of graphic images, principles of construction and methodology for creating automated image processing systems. Under his leadership, a number of specific automated graphic information processing systems were created with applications in cartography, the study of the earth's surface, medicine, mechanical engineering and instrument making..
Author of over 450 scientific papers, 15 books, 5 of which are published abroad.
State Prize of Belarus (2002) for the series of works “Recognition and analysis of stochastic data and digital images”. The Leninsky Komsomol Prize of Belarus (1990) for the series of works “Creating and Practical Application of Digital Signal and Image Processing”. Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1998) for the best monograph, Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2007) for the series of works “Medical Information Technologies and Systems”. Prize of the RAS and the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2009) for the work "Theory, methods and practical use of parallel computing on supercomputer architectures of the SKIF family." The Norbert Wiener Bronze Medal of the International Academy of Information Sciences, Information Processes and Technologies, the Gold Medal of Y. Gagarin of the Russian Cosmonautics Federation, awards of the Russian Space Agency, ministries of the Republic of Belarus and international organizations for treasure in the development of computer science and astronautics.