Siberian Federal University (School of Space and Information Technologies) offers English-taught Master's Degree Program “Applied Computing in Engineering and Science”.
Rapid development of computational methods enabled to implement new approaches in different areas, e.g. engineering, economics, bioinformatics, environment sciences, social sciences, etc. In research and development, as well as in management, we can see the trends to:
- creating mathematical models for descriptions and simulation of real systems, their properties and behavior;
- using complex statistical methods in order to evaluate the chances of certain cases and reliability, e.g. in quality assurance, setting up parameters of social security systems, cancer research, etc.
Therefore, specialists having good knowledge and skills in computing are rather required by the labor market in all developed countries.
This program was developed in the framework of the EU Tempus program in cooperation with:
- Technische Universitat Wien (Austria),
- Bergische Universitat Wuppertal (Germany),
- Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and other universities.
It focuses on mathematical methods in applied sciences (simulation of complex mechanical and physical systems), numerical methods and symbolic computation.
The program curriculum and research projects proposed for our students are based on more than 20 years long cooperation with the leading producer of Russian GLONASS navigation satellites — Reshetnev center situated near Krasnoyarsk. Many of our courses are aimed at application of navigation signal processing. Our local supercomputing cluster provides the necessary research and training facilities.
Professor Sergey P. Tsarev
After graduation from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1976 and Ph.D. studies (the same University, 1984) S.P.Tsarev got D.Sc. in Mathematics from Steklov Mathematical Institute (Moscow) in 1993. Professor of Applied Mathematics (Siberian Federal University).
Author and co-author of 56 scientific publications. Project leader of 6 research projects of RFBR (Russian Foundation of Basic Research), research associate in 8 other RBFR projects. Project leader of 2 European (INTAS) projects in 1995-1997.
Research interests: Computer Algebra, Integrability of Differential Equations, Satellite Navigation Data Processing Algorithms.
Actively uses Russian, English and German languages.
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Security, Siberian Federal University
Education and Academic Degrees:
- 2010 — Siberian Federal University, D.Sc. in Applied Mathematics
- 2002–2005 Missouri University of Science and Technology, Ph.D. in Mathematics
- 2000–2003 Krasnoyarsk State University, Ph.D. in Mathematics
- 1995–2000 Moscow State University, M.Sc. in Mechanics and Applied Mathematics
Research Interests: Algorithms, Computer Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Several Complex Variables, Mathematics Education.
|Starting date||September, 1st|
|Type of degree||M.Sc.|
|Credits||120 ECTS credits|
|Language of instruction||English|
Winners of the International Competition "Open Doors: Russian Scholarship Project" can study for free.
|Tuition fee (per year)|| 155,000 rubles
The cost does not include accommodation and living expenses. The price could change at the time of signing a learning agreement.
|Application deadline||July 29th|
|Accommodation||On-campus accommodation is available in double and triple-occupancy rooms (€ 20 per month)|
|Practicalities||Airport transfer and invitation letter for a Russian study visa are provided by the University|
The curriculum contains the following thematically connected main topics, which cover the most important issues for solving mathematically and computationally oriented problems in practice:
- Scientific computing (14 ECTS): computer algebra, computer aided differential geometry, functional analysis, etc.
- Numerical Analysis and Optimization (5 ECTS): numerical simulation techniques, efficient coding methods, discretization techniques, etc.
- Mathematical Modeling (11 ECTS): model building and simulation, partial differential equations and dynamical systems, etc.
- Statistical Modeling and Computing (10 ECTS):
- descriptive statistics, multivariate statistics, advanced regression and classification, clustering and pattern recognition, etc.
- software environment, large memory data analysis, data visualization techniques, high-dimensional data analysis, etc.
This curriculum combines different areas of mathematics, statistics, and information technologies into a modern interdisciplinary study program focused on applied computing. The aim will be to educate highly qualified and skilled graduates, who:
- will able to understand the theoretical background and the scientific foundations;
- will be familiar with the tools to apply the theoretical framework in practice;
- will have experience with practical applications and interpretations of the outcome.
|Part of curriculum||Code of the course
or course module
|Title of the course
or course module
|basic||B1||Scientific Computing I (.pdf)||6|
|basic||B2||Numerical Linear Algebra (.pdf)||6|
|basic||B3||Mathematical Modeling (.pdf)||6|
|basic||B4||Scientific Computing II (.pdf)||6|
|variational||V2||Numerical Analysis and Optimization (.pdf)||6|
|variational||V3||Statistical Computing (.pdf)||6|
|variational||V4||Scientific Computing III (.pdf)||6|
|elective||E1-1||Number Theory, Finite Fields and Their Applications (.pdf)||6|
|E1-2||Statistical Modeling (.pdf)|
|elective||E2-1||Mathematical Models of Continua (.pdf)||3|
|E2-2||Data Compression (.pdf)|
|elective||E3-1||Solving Polynomial Equations. Foundations and Algorithms (.pdf)||3|
|E3-2||Computer Algebra Algorithms for ODE's and PDE's|
|variational||V1||Statistical Modeling (.pdf)||2|
|basic||F||Master’s Thesis defence||6|
Please contact our Department of International Educational Programs, SibFU
e-mail: study [at] sfu-kras [dot] ru
phone: +7 391 206-39-28
fax: +7 391 206-21-66
address: 82/6 Svobodny pr., room 427, Krasnoyarsk, 660041 Russia
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