Anastasiya Potseluico

PhD student

E-mail: anastasiyasergeevnap@gmail.com

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2011-2015:

Volgograd State Technical University. Course: «Software engineering» (bachelor)

2015-2017:

Volgograd State Technical University. Course: «Software engineering» (master)

  • Was working as a C# front-end developer in Morkwa games from September 2015 till June 2016.
  • Was sent to Thomas More University in February 2017 as exchange student of Erasmus+ program.
  • ​Knowledge of programming languages: C, C++, С#, Java, PHP.
  • ​Knowledge of MySQL, SQLite.
  • ​Knowledge of STL, Qt, Java Swing, OpenCV libraries.
  • ​Knowledge of Git, Mercurial systems of version control.
  • ​Knowledge of RDF(s), OWL languages, Jena and Jade libraries for working with ontologies

Responsible, quickly learn new technologies, self-organized, plodding, patient, able to work in a team, attentive.

  • Russian – native
  • English – intermediate
2018 (1)
  • M. Kultsova, A. Potseluico, A. Usov, A. Anikin (July 2018) An Ontological Representation of Interface Patterns in Context of Interface Adaptation for Users with Special Needs. In 2018 9th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems Applications (IISA). bibtex
2017 (1)
  • M. Kultsova, A. Potseluico, I. Zhukova, A. Skorikov, R. Romanenko (2017) A two-phase method of user interface adaptation for people with special needs. Communications in Computer and Information Science 754 pp. 805-821. Springer Verlag. doi web bibtex
    • Abstract
2016 (2)
  • Marina Kultsova, Anastasiya Potseluico, Anton Anikin, Roman Romanenko (Nov 2016) An Ontology Based Adaptation of User Interface for People with Special Needs. In 2016 IEEE Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Conference (AINL). pp. 92-94. bibtex
  • M. Kultsova, A. Potseluico, A. Anikin, R. Romanenko (July 2016) An ontological user model for automated generation of adaptive interface for users with special needs. In 2016 7th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems Applications (IISA). pp. 1-6. doi bibtex