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Practical experience

In 1972-1987 he has developed the software for modelling and simulation of processes in semiconductors, and the software for numeric modelling of processes in semiconductor devices, which was used for scientific and practical purposes. The software developed for this project was passed to State Algorithms and Programmes Committee "Algorithms and Programmes". During 1985-1989 O. Vasilecas participated in the high-speed over-ground transport development project and developed software for the cryogen module heating and strength analysis. In 1994-1996 he as project leader fulfils the project "The research and development of new information technology for property objects identification and evaluation" ordered by Lithuanian State Science Foundation. In 2000 he as member of LITHUANIAN COMPUTER SOCIETY expert team has developed "Expert evaluation of nonfunctional characteristics of the software system Profit" of Joint stock ventures "Tamro". In this project information systems and software systems quality evaluation issues was deeply investigated. In 2002 O. Vasilecas as project leader has participated in the project "The research and implementation of specification and modelling techniques for advanced business information systems using active databases". The project was conducted under the state research programs "The broadening of prioritised scientific research directions in Lithuania" and "The development of high technologies" by the order of Education and Science Ministry.

O. Vasilecas is the systems analyst and leader of many practical projects. From 1990 more than 20 management, technical and accounting information systems were developed and implemented under his leadership. Most of these systems were developed for the biggest Lithuanian company "Mažeikių nafta". These systems are:

  • Intelligent finance management information system.
  • Human resources management system with knowledge management and training subsystem.
  • Accounting systems.
  • Maintenance and mechanical shop management (orders, technological processes, stocks, materials, equipment, etc.) information system.
  • Technical equipment monitoring (pumps, reservoirs, stoves, etc.) information system.

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