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Applied Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics

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In the 21st century, one can only be considered a truly educated person if they are familiar with modern information technologies. If you would like to get in-depth training in fundamental sciences, master the information culture, and obtain professional programming skills, – you are welcome to enter the Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics!

Founded in 1969
Address
1 Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, 394006, Russia
Telephone/Fax +7 (473) 220-82-66
E-mail dean@amm.vsu.ru
Website www.amm.vsu.ru
Dean Professor Aleksandr I. Shashkin, PhD, Dr. habil. in Mathematics and Physics
The person responsible for international collaboration at the Faculty Dr Ekaterina Aristova, Ph.D., lecturer at the Department of Computational Mathematics and Applied Information Technologies, Head of the Young Scholar Council
+7 (473) 220-83-16
pmim@yandex.ru
Departments
  • Mathematics and Applied Analysis
  • Computational Mathematics and Applied Information Technologies
  • Mathematical Methods of Operations Research
  • Computer Software
  • Technical Cybernetics and Control Theory
  • Nonlinear Oscillations
  • Software Development and Information Systems Administration
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Undergraduate courses (BSc)
  • Fundamental Informatics and IT Technology
  • Applied Mathematics and Informatics
  • Mechanics and Mathematical Modeling
  • Administration and Mathematical Support of Information Systems
  • Business Informatics
  • Applied Informatics in Law
Master’s degree courses (MSc)
  • Fundamental Informatics and IT Technology
  • Applied Mathematics and Informatics
  • Mechanics and Mathematical Modeling
  • Administration and Mathematical Support of Information Systems
  • Business Informatics
Study options Full-time, part-time
Duration
  • BSc (full-time) – 4 years,
  • BSc (part-time) – 5 years,
  • MSc – 2 years,
  • PhD – 3 years.
Academic staff 131 academic staff, including 20 Professors
Study facilities/resources
  • The Kipriyanov Laboratory of Computational Technologies
  • The Kalechits Laboratory for System Programming
  • Laboratory of Computational Mechanics
International cooperation in the sphere of education
International students There are international undergraduate and postgraduate students
Courses taught in English At the Faculty, there are English language specialized groups, whose graduates receive a diploma of a translator in the area of IT.
International grant study projects The Faculty uses the grants of the Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research to organize the annual conference “The Current Issues in Mathematics, Informatics, and Mechanics”.
Research
Key areas of research
  • Bioinformatics
  • Graphic presentation of information and computer graphics processing systems
  • Computational research methods for solving problems in the field of information technology, mechanics, control theory, prognostics, optimization of complex technical systems and devices
  • Software development technologies and professional programming
  • Intelligent information systems and technologies for their development
  • Robotics and micro-technologies
  • Adaptive automated data processing systems and process control
  • Parallel programming and parallel computations
  • Сonfigurable algorithms for robust control of uncertain systems, etc.
Research facilities The Siemens Education Centre has been functioning at the Faculty for ten years. In 2012, the T-Systems company, a division of Deutsche Telekom, one of the leaders in information and telecommunication services, opened an Education Centre based at the Faculty, and in 2013, a “Computational Genomics” Centre for Research and Education and a Relex Education Centre were opened.
International cooperation in the sphere of research
International grant research projects The Faculty uses the grants of the Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research to organize the annual conference “The Current Issues in Mathematics, Informatics, and Mechanics”

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