# The Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics

The Department of Applied Mathematics

The Head of the Department |

The department was established in 1971. It has been publishing the republican interdepartmental collection of scientific works "Dynamic systems" since 1982 which is translated into English by publishing firm "Plenum" (USA). The department prepares students for a speciality: "Applied Mathematics" (specialization "Mathematical Modelling").Post-graduate students study courses of "Deformable Solid Mechanics" and "Mathematical Modelling and Computational Approach". The department closely cooperates with the Geophysical Observatory of Research and Development institute of Problems of Geodynamics.
- Theoretical Mechanics (lectures);
- Regular Infinite Systems (lectures);
- Mathematical Models in Mechanics (lectures);
- Boundary Problems of Deformable Solid Mechanics (lectures);
- Additional Sections of the Theory of Elasticity (lectures).
- Theoretical Mechanics (lectures);
- Mathematical Methods of Research of Dynamic Systems (lectures);
- Systems Theory and Mathematical Modelling (lectures);
- Modelling of Economic, Ecologic and Social Processes (lectures).
- Numerical Methods (lectures);
- Numerical Methods of Mathematical Physics (lectures);
- Applied Mathematical Statistics (lectures).
- Computing Methods (lectures);
- Numerical Methods (lectures);
- Parallel Systems and Parallel Computing (lectures);
- Informatics and Systemology (lectures).
- Fluctuations and Waves in the Elastic Environment (lectures);
- Geometrical Models (lectures);
- Numerical Methods (practice);
- Theory of Fluctuation (lectures).
- Operational systems (lectures);
- Computer Networks (lectures);
- Multicriteria Decision-Making (lectures);
- Methods of the Optimum Decisions Theory (lectures);
- Control Theory (lectures);
- Game Theory (lectures).
- Programming (lectures);
- Computer Software (lectures);
- Object-Oriented Programming (lectures);
- Databases and information Systems (lectures);
- Computer Techniques in Applied Mathematics (lectures).
- Informatics and Systemology (lectures);
- Operational Systems (lectures);
- Software (practice);
- Object-Oriented Programming (practice);
- Databases and Information Systems (practice).
- Teaching Techniques of Informatics (lectures);
- Teaching Techniques of Informatics in Higher School (lectures);
- Information Technologies in Training (lectures);
- School Course of Informatics and Teaching Techniques of Informatics (lectures);
- Informatics with Bases of Geoinformatics (lectures).
- Theoretical Mechanics (practice);
- School Course of Informatics and Teaching Techniques of Informatics (practice);
- Teaching Techniques of Informatics (practice);
- Programming (practice).
- Information Technologies in Training (lectures);
- Teaching Techniques of Informatics in Higher School (practice);
- School Course of Informatics and Teaching Techniques of Informatics (practice);
- Database (practice);
- Global Information Space (lectures);
- Informatics and Computer Engineering (lectures);
- Control Theory (practice);
- Operational Systems (practice);
- Informatics with Bases of Geoinformatics (practice).
- Computer Networks (practice);
- Computing Methods (practice).
Problems of dynamics of the deformable solids, reduced to quasi-regular infinite systems of linear algebraic equations are investigated; the important and relevant modern problems of mathematical modelling and experimental analysis of seismic processes are carried out. |