Applied Mathematics and Physics

03.04.01 Applied Mathematics and Physics (Physical and Chemical Mechanics of Continuum)

The Name of the discipline: Applied Mathematics and Physics

Program: Physical and chemical mechanics of continuum

Educational Level: Master’s degree

Program length: 2 years

Certificate of education, degree or qualification: diploma, master’s degree

Mode of study: Full time

Language ​​of instruction: Russian

Full name of the coordinator, telephone and e-mail: Yuri Kovalev,+7  (351) 267-90-53, compmech[at]susu[dot]ru

Program description:

The development of a mathematical model that adequately describes physical processes is a complex and urgent task.

Graduates are experts in the field of constructing mathematical models of the mechanics of multicomponent environment, fast physical and chemical processes; development of new algorithms and computer programs for research and application purposes.

Graduates have all the necessary knowledge required for conduction of scientific research. The overwhelming majority of graduate students of the department of computational mechanics are employed at All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Technical Physics and Makeyev Rocket Design Bureau as junior research assistants with subsequent career growth to the position of a team leader in 3-5 years.

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