Andrius Kriščiūnas

Associate Professor at KTU Faculty of Informatics

Andrius Krisčiūnas is an associate professor at KTU Faculty of Informatics and a researcher of the “Multidisciplinary Models” research group. A. Krisčiūnas has practical work experience in applying optimization and image analysis algorithms, designing and implementing complex integral systems. The associate professor also supervises final bachelor’s and master’s theses.

  • Simulation of physical behavior
  • Multidisciplinary models
  • Optimization methods
  • Image processing and analysis

Development of prototype of innovative champignon robotics technology

The successful development of the mushroom segment is related to automatization solutions, and so the Company’s subsidiary Baltic Champs, UAB with an external partner implemented the project “Development of prototype of innovative champignon robotics technology” co-financed by EU structural funds. The Company is using artificial intelligence and robotic systems for research and technological development to reduce the risk of infections and diseases in mushrooms, and to increase the yield and quality of the mushrooms.

Schedule Planning Algorithm for Creating the Work Schedule of Aircraft Service Personnel

An algorithm based on evolutionary algorithms is developed and further developed for staff scheduling, given a list of tasks and a set of constraints describing work rules (applied in the airport sphere). During the creation of the schedule, employee shifts are formed dynamically depending on the set of tasks, maintaining the relationship between the convenience of the work schedule for employees and the optimization of working time.

Adapting an AI-based trip generation algorithm to work in real-world conditions

The project is under development. Researchers develop a trip generation algorithm combining geographical, price and consumer behavior data by applying stimulatory learning. The results are relevant for those who want to receive individual travel offers.

No. Title Authors Year
1. Development of a market trend evaluation system for policy making  Valentas Gružauskas, Andrius Kriščiūnas, Dalia Čalnerytė, Valentinas Navickas, Eva Koisova 2020
2. Synthesis of Highly Convergent 2D and 3D Finite Elements for Short Acoustic Wave Simulation  Dalia Čalnerytė, Andrius Kriščiūnas, Rimantas Barauskas 
3. Multi-scale finite element modeling of 3D printed structures subjected to mechanical loads Dalia Čalnerytė, Rimantas Barauskas, Daiva Milašienė, Rytis Maskeliūnas, Audrius Nečiūnas, Armantas Ostreika, Martynas Patašius, Andrius Kriščiūnas  2018
4. Highly convergent finite elements with diagonal mass matrix for short wave pulse propagation simulation Andrius Kriščiūnas, Rimantas Barauskas
5. A finite element model in a form of structural dynamic equation for the transient analysis of pressure in pipelines Rimantas Barauskas, Andrius Kriščiūnas, Tomas Blažauskas