Dr Vitalii Naumov is a professor at Transport Systems Department in the Cracow University of Technology. He obtained his master degree in Transportation Management at Kharkiv National Automobile and Highway University in 2003, and master degree in Software Engineering at Kharkiv National University of Radio and Electronics in 2012. In 2006 he defended his dissertation “Shaping fleet structure under conditions of stochastic demand for transport services”. Prof. Naumov participated in numerous international scholar programs, in 2010/2011 he was a grantee of Lane Kirkland Scholarship Program of Polish-American Freedom Foundation and Fulbright Commission in Jagiellonian University, and in 2014/2015 he was a visiting researcher in Duisburg-Essen University as a scholar of German Academic Exchange Service. Since 2005, data analysis and machine learning are the main directions of his studies: he uses data mining techniques and artificial intelligence methods for his research in the field of logistics and transportation. Prof. Naumov is an author of about 140 scientific publications, including 3 books on information technologies use in transport and logistics. He teaches mathematical statistics and applied mathematics for master students, and artificial intelligence methods and techniques of simulation for doctoral students in Cracow University of Technology and Dnipro University of Technology.