Faculty of Mathematics
Dean of faculty
Ulashov Sobir Saxibjanovich
- Reception days: daily from 09:00 to 12:00.
- Phone number: +998662391632
- Email: email@example.com
ABOUT THE FACULTY
The history of Samarkand State University begins on September 21, 1420, from the moment the Mirzo Ulugbek Madrasah was founded, when the great scientist Muhammad Khavofi made a scientific report on the theory of Claudius Ptolemy for more than 100 listeners. From that day on, Mirzo Ulugbek Madrasah began function, where, along with the canons of Islam, students were taught such fundamental sciences as algebra (al-jabr), geometry (khandasa), law (fiqh) and others.
Written sources and scientific research confirm that Samarkand State University is the direct successor of the Mirzo Ulugbek madrasah.
The Faculty of Mathematics is considered one of the oldest faculties of the university. The faculty has a modern scientific, technical and educational-material base, including educational and scientific laboratories, language laboratories, computer classes, printed and electronic libraries, classrooms equipped with audio-visual and interactive teaching aids.
The Faculty of Mathematics has close scientific relations with many leading universities, such as the University of Missouri (USA), Kiel University (Germany), Abdussalam International Center for Theoretical Physicists (Italy), University of Toronto (Canada), Lomonosov Moscow State University, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS, Bashkir Federal University, Kazan Federal University, Malaysian universities Kebangsan, MARA, Putra, UTARU.
Currently, the faculty has 6 departments:
1. Algebra and geometry,
2. Mathematical analysis,
3. Mathematical physics and functional analysis,
4. Differential equations,
5. Probability theory and mathematical statistics,
6. Department of Mathematical Modeling
Lectures and practical classes are conducted by 1 academician, 15 doctors of sciences and professors, more than 60 candidates of sciences, doctors of philosophy and associate professors, 15 doctoral students conduct research work in various areas of mathematics.
The Faculty of Mathematics will qualify bachelors, masters, and doctoral students (PhD and DsC) in the following areas.
Mechanics and mathematical modeling
Qualification: Bachelor's degree;
Full-time form of education; evening, correspondence.
Language of instruction: Uzbek, Russian. Tajik, English.
On the basis: 11 classes;
Duration of study: 4 years;
Course: Full course;
70540101 - Mathematics (according to directions)
5A130202 - "Applied Mathematics"
The master's program reflects the current state of mathematical science and is focused on training specialists who are proficient in modern research methods in the following areas: mathematical analysis, functional analysis and their applications to modern mathematical physics, spectral theory of differential equations and Sturm-Liouville problems, qualitative theory of differential equations, ill- posed and non-classical problems of mathematical physics, power geometry of nonlinear algebraic and differential equations, probability theory and mathematical statistics, solid mechanics, continuum mechanics, elasticity theory, fluid and gas mechanics, and soil mechanics.
Preparation in this program allows graduates to continue their education in PhD doctoral studies for future mathematicians-researchers, as well as to start work as comprehensively trained specialists in universities.
Qualification: Master of Science (MSc)
Based on Bachelor of Mathematics
Full-time study - 2 years
Languages: Uzbek, Russian. Tajik, English.
Doctorate (PhD and DsC):
01.01.01 - mathematical analysis;
01.01.02 - differential equations and mathematical physics;
01.01.06 – algebra
01.02.05 - Mechanics of liquidity and gas
The doctoral program is focused on the training of highly qualified specialists, who are proficient in modern research methods in the following areas: mathematical analysis, functional analysis and their applications to modern mathematical physics, spectral theory of differential equations, ill-posed and non-classical problems of mathematical physics, inverse and ill-posed problems of mathematical physics and problems of integral geometry, power geometry of nonlinear algebraic and differential equations, theoretical mechanics, solid mechanics, soil mechanics, fluid and gas mechanics.
Qualification: Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics,
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
Based on the Master of Mathematics.
Full-time study - 3 years.
Languages: Uzbek, Russian. Tajik, English