Faculty of Mathematics and Information Technology
Dean of the Faculty: Prof., Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Head of the Chair of Information Security and Control in Engineering Andreyev Alexander Sergeevich.
The following programs became the winners of the project «The best educational programs of innovative Russia-2013»:
- 090102 — Computer Security;
- 090105 — Complex Assurance of Information Security of Computerized Systems.
In 2006 the Faculty of mathematics and information technologies was established as a merger of two faculties: the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics and the Faculty of Information Technologies and Telecommunications
One of the first faculties of the university which primary aim is to prepare experts with excellent basic knowledge base, who master the techniques of mathematical modelling in physics, ecology, sociology, economy and can apply this knowledge to solve actual problems.
The teaching staff of the faculty includes 90 specialists among them 3 members of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, 12 professors, 13 Doctors of science, 45 Candidates of science.
The structure of the Faculty includes 7 chairs:
- Applied Mathematics
- Algebra and Geometry
- Information Security and Control engineering
- Mathematical modelling of engineering systems
- Information technologies
- Telecommunications technologies and networks
- Aviastar-SP chair of digital technologies in aircraft construction
Since 2011 the faculty performs training in the following programs:
- 010400 Applied Mathematics and Information Science, major — Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, major — Mathematical modelling.
- 010500 Mathematical support and Administration of Information Systems, major — programming technologies.
- 160100 Aircraft Engineering, major — modelling and operational research in systems theory.
- 210700 Information and Communication Technologies and Communication Systems, major - Optical systems and communication networks.
- 220100 System Analysis and Control, major — modelling and operational research in systems theory.
- 220700 Machining and production automation Àâòîìàòèçàöèÿ òåõíîëîãè÷åñêèõ ïðîöåññîâ è ïðîèçâîäñòâ, major - automated control of product lifecycle.
- 230400 Information Systems and Technologies, major — Information Systems and Technologies.
- 230700 Applied Information Science (crash course).
- 010400 Applied Mathematics and Information Science.
- 010500 Mathematical support and Administration of Information Systems.
- 210700 Information and Communication Technologies and Communication Systems, major - Optical Location Systems, Communication and Data Processing.
- 220100 System Analysis and Control.
Specialist's Degree :
- 010701 Fundamental mathematics and mechanics, major — Motion control, major — fundamental and applied algebra.
- 090301 Computer Security, major — Mathematical methods of data protection.
Students may work toward advanced specialities:
- Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics
- Fundamental and applied algebra
- Mathematical modelling
- Motion control
- Mathematical methods of data protection
- Software technologies
- Modelling and process optimization
- nformation Systems and Technologies in computer network
The Faculty of mathematics and information technologies has approximately 1000 students. As part of the first-year curriculum, students are exposed to scientific inquiry and research. They acquire their practical experience in the computer classrooms, centers, laboratories with first-rate equipment.
All of our students have access to the specialized libraries. Our curriculum complies with educational standards of Russian Federation. We use modern methods of teaching and training.
The Faculty of mathematics and information technologies offers great academic career opportunities to post-graduate students:
There is a postgraduate course on the following specialties:
- 01.01.06 — Mathematical logic, algebra and number theory
- 01.01.09 — Discrete mathematics and mathematical cybernetics
- 01.02.01 — Theoretical mechanics
- 01.02.04 — Mechanics of deformable solids
- 05.03.01 — Technology and equipment of mechanical and physical-technical processing
- 05.13.11 — Mathematical Software for Computers, Complexes and Computer Networks
- 05.13.12 — Automation systems of designing
- 05.13.18 — Mathematical Simulation, Numerical Computing and Software Systems
- 05.13.19 — Information Security Products and Systems
The Faculty of mathematics and information technologies offers doctoral programs and its graduates have no difficulties with employment:
- University Teaching
- Scientific work at Research Institute and Research and Production Center
- Engineer work
- Work in banking and business entities
Since 2006 we have trained over 1300 professionals (114 classes).
Degree program — full-time attendance although «Applied Information Science» offers crash course with full-time attendance (only contract basis)
Program duration — 4, 5 and 5.5 academic years.
Along with the state-supported places there are tuition-based places on our faculty.
Entrance exams are held:
First steam — from 4 to 15 July
Second steam — from 16 to 28 July
Please note: Date of exam should be specified each year
Applicants are required to take entrance exams:
- Mathematics (Unified State Exam)
- Physics (Unified State Exam)
- Russian language and literature (Unified State Exam)
Information on all entrance questions is available in the admission committee of the faculty:
Executive secretary of the admission committee — Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associate professor Guzenko Elena Stanislavovna. Address of the admission committee: 42, L. Tolstoy Street, 432970, Ulyanovsk. Tel. (8422) 41-20–90;
Dean: Prof., Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Head of the Chair of Information Security and Control engineering Andreev Alexander Sergeevich. Dean's Office address: 432700, Ulyanovsk, Naberezhnaya reki Sviyagi, building 1, room 602, Tel. (8422) 37-24–59.
Vice-dean Sannikov Igor Alekseevich. Address: 432700, Ulyanovsk, Naberezhnaya reki Sviyagi, building 1, room 602. Tel. (8422) 37-24–59. Working Hours: Monday, Tuesday from 15.00 to 16.00 and Wednesday from 13.00 to 16.00.