Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics

     About the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics

Mathematical education in Siberia began in 1917, when Tomsk State University established the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, one of the four faculties listed in the Russian Charter of Imperial universities (1884). The Faculty opened four departments (of pure mathematics, theoretical and practical engineering, astronomy and geodesy, and organic physical chemistry). Two hundred students were admitted to the first year of the Faculty programme.  In 1948, the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics was divided into the Faculty of Engineering and Mathematics, and the Faculty of Physics.

The FMM has contributed greatly to the development of mathematical studies and mathematical education in Siberia. For a long time, it had been the only faculty behind the Urals training specialists for mathematical departments of universities and research institutes.

At present, the Faculty staff includes 75 lecturers, 57 of them holding doctoral degrees; 16 Advanced Doctors of Sciences, 41 PhD holders, 1 corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education; 2 Honoured Scientists of the RF; 32 Honoured Teachers of the RF higher professional education; 2 Academicians of the International Academy of Ecology and Human and Nature Safety; 1 corresponding member of the International Academy of Informatization.

 Academic and Research Areas

Since 2011, the Faculty has offered undergraduate programs in three fields: 

Code

Field of specialization

Degree

01.03.01

Mathematics

Bachelor of Mathematics

02.03.01

Mathematics and Computer Science

Bachelor of Mathematics

01.03.03

Mechanics и Mathematical Modelling

Bachelor of Mathematics

 The FMM offers the following Master’s degree programmes:

Code

Field of specialization

Programme

01.04.01

Mathematics

Functional analysis

01.04.01

Mathematics

Theory of variables, mathematical statistics, stochastic processes

01.04.01

 Mathematics

Algebra

01.04.01

Mathematics

Parallel computer technologies

01.04.01

Mathematics

Geometry and topology

01.04.01

Mathematics

Mathematical analysis and modelling (in collaboration with Rouen University, France)

01.04.03

Mechanics и Mathematical Modelling

Fluid, gas and plasma mechanics

Applicants to the FMM Master’s degree programmes are normally expected to have achieved bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in physical and mathematical disciplines.   

Since 2014, the FMM has offered the following programme:

Code

Field of specialization

Degree

10.05.01

Computer Security

Specialist

The FMM has 8 departments, including:

Department of Algebra (Chair professor Petr Andreyevich Krylov, Ph.D., e-mail  krylov@math.tsu.ru.) The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: algebra, mathematical logics, theory of numbers, computer cryptology;

 - Department of Mathematical Analysis (acting Chair assoc. professor Sergey Anatolyevich Kopanyov, Ph.D., e-mail ma@math.tsu.ru). The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: mathematical analysis, function theory of complex variables, mathematical economics;

 - Department of Geometry (Chair assoc. professor Nikolay Romanovich Shcherbakov, Adv. Doc. of Phys. and Math., e-mail nrs@math.tsu.ru). The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: affine and projective differential geometry, theory of vector fields, fractals theory; - Department of Mathematical Analysis (acting Chair assoc. professor Sergey Anatolyevich Kopanyov, Ph.D., e-mail ma@math.tsu.ru). The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: mathematical analysis, function theory of complex variables, mathematical economics;- Department of Algebra (Chair professor Petr Andreyevich Krylov, Ph.D., e-mail krylov@math.tsu.ru.) The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: algebra, mathematical logics, theory of numbers, computer cryptology; The FMM houses 8 departments, including:

Department of Computational Mathematics and Computer Modelling (Chair professor Aleksandr Vasilyevich Starchenko, Adv. Doc. of Phys. and Math., e-mail starch@math.tsu.ru). The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: computational mathematics, computer mathematics, parallel computer technologies, mathematical methods of computer security;

Department of General Mathematics (acting Chair assoc. professor Elena Nikolayevna Putyatina, Ph.D., e-mail enp@math.tsu.ru). The department staff deliver mathematics teaching at 12 TSU faculties;

Department of Theory of Functions (Chair professor Sergey Porfiryevich Gulko, Adv. Doc. of Phys. and Math., e-mail gulko@math.tsu.ru). The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mathematics: topology, functional analysis;

Department of Physical and Computational Mechanics (Chair Egor Leonidovich Loboda, Adv. Doc. Of Phys. and Math., e-mail loboda@mail.tsu.ru). The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mechanics: computational mechanics, catastrophe modelling and forecasting, physical mechanics of continuous media, ecology (phys. and math. sciences);

Department of Theoretical Mechanics (Chair professor Aleksey Mikhailovich Bubenchikov, Adv. Doc. of Phys. and Math.) The department staff provide academic leadership in research and training in the following areas of mechanics: theoretical mechanics; fluid, gas and plasma mechanics; biomechanics;

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Leading Research Groups and Scholars

Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty runs two specialized Doctoral Thesis Defence Committees:

Professor A.M. Grishin leads the research and the Conjugated problems of multiphase reaction media, informatics and ecologyresearch and teaching group in the following areas:

Today, the FMM has got five computer labs and about 100 state-of-the-art computers. All computers are engaged in academic and research processes and are connected into a network. The Faculty owns a site on the Internet. The potential of supercomputer SKIF Cyberia (performance 62 TFLOPs) and various training, controlling and testing software are largely incorporated in the FMM academic activity. 

Contacts

Dean of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics Aleksandr Vasilyevich Starchenko

Address : 634050, pr. Lenina 36, TSU building 2, office 417

Telephone: (3822) 52-97-40       Fax: (3822) 52-97-40

E-mail: dean@math.tsu.ru