The higher journalism education in the Moldovan Soviet Socialist Republic (MSSR) was initiated in the ’60s of the last century, as a specialty at the Philological Faculty in Moldavian State University. The conceptualization of the Moldovan higher journalism education was made possible thanks to:
The article describes the stages of professional formation and scientific priorities of Professor Dariusz Kowalski - completed schools, acquired degrees and professional experience, as well as a list of the most important publications. The following is a description of the main scientific research results and possibilities for their practical application.
The authors constructed an economic-mathematical model of optimal allocation of financial resources for research and development using the mechanism of dynamic programming. In the conditional example, the authors calculated the allocation of budget funds using the method of dynamic programming. In order to evaluate the prospects of applying the proposed model, the authors analyzed the current state of funding for research and development and considered the positive foreign experience. The expediency of using the proposed model in domestic practice is substantiated.
The article describes the stages of professional formation and scientific priorities of Professor Yaroslav Adamenko. The main results of joint research with students on the procedure for assessing the environmental impact of technogenic-dangerous objects, as well as ecological assessment of urbosystems and hydro ecosystems are given. The following is a description of the main scientific research results and possibilities for their practical application.
The article analyzes the nature and significance of scientific research in universities in
the context of emerging knowledge economy, there are defined the prospects of scientific
research development regarding the requirements of innovative social development.
The importance of scientific research consists in providing the possibility of effective use
of scientific and technical potential of universities for the development of priority areas of
science and technology, creating high technologies, modernization of production, ensuring