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Special courses

- Abstract differential equations with applications in mathematical physics
- Additional chapters of numerical methods
- Application of spectral theory in mathematical physics
- Asymptotic averaging method for problems of mathematical physics
- Asymptotic methods in nonlinear problems of mathematical physics
- Catastrophe theory and its applications in physics
- Category Theory Basics
- Differential inequality method in nonlinear problems
- Elliptic equations
- Extremal problems
- Functional analysis
- Fundamentals of algebra and differential geometry
- Group analysis of differential equations
- Linear and nonlinear functional analysis
- Magnetohydrodynamics and dynamo theory
- Mathematical modeling of plasma – computer experiment
- Mathematical modeling of plasma – fundamentals of kinetics
- Mathematical problems of diffraction theory
- Methods of finite differences in mathematical physics
- Nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations of mathematical physics
- Parabolic equations
- Programming of scientific applications in the language C++
- Special functions of mathematical physics
- Special practical work. Differential schemes
- Stochastic differential equations
- Supplementary chapters of mathematical physics (nonlinear functional analysis)
- Theoretical Basics of Big Data Analytics and Real Time Computation Algorithms

- Research areas
**Scientific seminars****Devision seminar**- 14th of November report
- April 6, 2015. Report.
- December 16, 2015. Report. S.N. Vasilev, A.E. Druzhinin, N.Yu. Morozov: "Automation output theorems about conserving the properties of mathematical models"
- December 6, 2017. Report. Zh. O. Dombrovskaya
- February 17, 2016. Report. Prof. A.G. Kushner
**November 23, 2017. Report. V. A. Tverdislov**

- Department seminar
- Inverse problems in mathematical physics
- Mathematical methods in natural sciences
- Seminar named after A.B. Vasil'eva: Asimptotic methods in singularly perturbed problems

- Bachelor works

Date of publication

The report will take place at 5:00 p.m., room 1-32.

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