PhD eng. Stela Ruseva is an Associate Professor at the Computing Systems Department in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of Sofia University.
She has graduated St. Petersburg University ITMO (Russia). She has defended a doctorate thesis at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics.
Her research interests spread in the field of total quality management for Higher Educational Institutions, remote sensing, information assurance and computer security.
She is a reader of the following disciplines at the Department: computer networks, network programming and the elective subject - computer architecture.
The Internet can be looked at as one global computer with infinite computing power and inexhaustible source of information. Nowadays we can not imagine any business not having network connectivity, not having access to global resources. Any program you write should be able to " talk " to the outside world . That is to have an open socket (IP address:Port Number) on which to “ listen” to requests from other programs anywhere on the Global network.
All this becomes a necessity to obtain knowledge of computer networks and communications.