1.1.2 Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics

Level: Postgraduate studies

Duration of training: 4 years

Degree certificate: Postgraduate studies certification

Mode of study: Full time

Language of study: Russian

Research advisors: 

  1. Alena Zamyshlyaeva, D.Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Professor
    Field of Research: Analytical and Numerical Methods for Investigating Mathematical Models Based on High-order Sobolev Type Equations. 
    Tel.: +7 (351) 267-91-74, e-mail: zamyshliaevaaa[at]susu[dot]ru

  2. Georgii Sviridyuk, DSc (Physics and Mathematics), Professor
    Field of Research: Sobolev Type Equations, Degenerate Semigroups of Operators, Morphology of Phase Spaces, Nonclassical Equations of Mathematical Physics, Optimal Control, Stability of Solutions, Inverse Problems
    Tel.: + 7 (351) 267-96-27, e-mail: sviridiukga[at]susu[dot]ru

  3. Sophiya Zagrebina, DSc (Physics and Mathematics), Professor
    Field of Research: Multipoint Initial-end Problems, Sobolev Type Equations, Stochastic Sobolev Type Equations, Stability, Solving (Semi-)Groups of Operators
    Tel.: +7 (351) 267-90-48, e-mail: zagrebinasa[at]susu[dot]ru

  4. Veniamin Mokhov, DSc (Economics), Professor
    Tel.: +7 (351) 272-32-34, e-mail: mokhovvg[at]susu[dot]ru

Programme Description

Students are trained to fulfil research activity in the field of fundamental and applied mathematics, mechanics, and natural sciences in the scientific-and-production sector, and in the social-and-economic sector, as well as to teach mathematical disciplines in educational organisations of higher education.

The field of professional activity of those who master this postgraduate programme includes the building and studying of the mathematical models for description of the parameters of the flows of moving media under a wide range of conditions; performing experimental research of the flows and their interaction with bodies and interpreting the experimental data in order to predict and control natural phenomena and technological processes, which fluid motion pertains to.

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