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Chair 803

Head of the Chair 803
Professor P.S. Krasilnikov

The “Differential equations” chair was founded in 1973, based on the “Higher mathematics” chair.

Originally the chair was called “Algebra and the theory of function”, and in 1988 it was transformed into the “Differential equations and mathematical physics” chair. The chair got it’s present name “Differential equations” in 1993.

Currently 45 fellows, including 8 professors, 13 lecturers, 5 assistants and 4 elder teachers are part of the chair. 5 teachers are Doctors and 19 teachers are PhDs.

Main teaching courses:

  • Ordinary differential equations;
  • Differential equations in special derivatives;
  • Linear algebra and analytic geometry;
  • Mathematical analysis;
  • The theory of functions of a complex variable.

The chair produces 15 engineer-mathematicians on the “Applied mathematics” specialty each year. The specialty has two specializations:

  • “Application of mathematical methods, functional-differential equations and equations in partial derivatives in application tasks”;
  • “Mathematical modeling in economy”.

The second specialty is related to educational and scientific activities of one of the chairs of the economic-mathematical institute of the Russian science academy. This branch of the chair was founded in 1995.

The chair provides training students mathematical courses on following faculties:

  • “Aerospace”, “aircrafts’ engines”;
  • “Applied mechanics”;
  • “Applied mathematics and physics” and its branches.

Educational and methodical work on the chair is being held through following training cycles:

  • Differential equations;
  • Equations in partial derivatives;
  • Linear algebra and analytic geometry;
  • Mathematical analysis;
  • The theory of functions of a complex variable

During the studying process the chair uses computers.

Main directions of scientific researches:
qualitative methods in the theory of differential and functional-differential equations. The chair also makes researches in the area of numerical methods of differential equations, dynamic processes of economy, informational technologies.

The chair develops international cooperation, keeping constant scientific contacts with countries of former USSR and with 15 “far foreign countries”: Great Britain, Germany, Holland, Israel, Italy, China, USA, France, Switzerland, Japan and others.

Teachers of the chair regularly speak with their reports on international conferences, read lectures and take part in the work of leading foreign universities.