Applied Informatics Technologies. Information Expert Systems

01.04.02In russian

Level of education Master

Type of instruction Full-time

Duration 2 years

Programme description
  • The academic programme "Applied Informatics Technologies. Information Expert Systems" is designed to train master’s students who will be engaged in practical activities in the field of: the theory and methods of digital synthesis and signal processing; physical and mathematical models of processes in matter; and applied diagnostic tasks
  • Such tasks can most effectively be solved by creating information expert systems to collect, process, analyse and examine information and control processes of different physical nature. Special attention is paid to the computer implementation of the resulting solutions through high-performance computing
  • The programme "Applied Information Technology. Information Expert Systems" provides a wealth of fundamental and specific knowledge in a variety of fields of applied mathematics and informatics. Graduates of the programme are capable of applying their knowledge and skills in many areas of fundamentals science and state-of-the-art technology, including: solid state physics; surface and interface physics; biophysics; physical optics; materials science; and micro- and nanoelectronics
Main courses
  • Operations Research Methods and Models
  • Modern Philosophy and Methodology of Science. Supplementary Chapters of Mathematical Analysis and Dynamical System Analysis
  • UNIX Operating System
  • Data Processing by Statistical Methods
  • Technologies of Parallel Programming in Scientific Research
  • Digital Image Processing Techniques
  • Applied Problems of Continuum Mechanics
  • Discrete and Probabilistic Models
  • Digital Culture: Technology and Security (eLearning)
  • Computer Modelling of Nanostructures
  • Applied Problems of Vacuum Nanoelectronics
  • Analysis of the Stability of Numerical Methods for Solving Nonlinear Problems
  • Modern High-Performance Computing Technologies in Fundamental Research
  • Fundamentals of Information Expert Systems
  • Monte-Carlo Methods and Their Application
  • Security of Global Network Technologies
  • Methods of Computer Modelling
  • Modelling Information and Expert Systems
  • Mathematical Modelling of Structural Materials
  • Artificial Intelligence Systems
  • Information Transmission and Processing Systems
Our advantages
  • The academic programme ‘Applied Informatics Technologies. Information Expert Systems’ is designed to train master’s students who will be engaged in practical activities. They will apply mathematical methods, computer technology, and information expert systems in various fields of applied mathematics and computer science. Special attention is paid to the challenges of applied information technologies for technical objects, production processes and socio-economic systems
  • The academic programme is aimed at training specialists in the field of research, analytical, design, developmental, innovation, production, and managerial activities
Main areas of research
  • Nonlinear theory of elasticity and viscoelasticity
  • Systems of seismic and vibration isolation of construction sites
  • Modelling information and expert systems
  • Systems for testing solid-state structures based on electron beams and exposure to an electromagnetic field
  • Mathematical modelling of gas transmission through offshore pipelines
  • Analysis of approaches to solving a Stefan problem in the study of glaciation of offshore gas pipelines
  • Research in artificial systems used in cardiovascular surgery
  • Prosthetics of the upper and lower extremities
  • Simulation of multi-electrode emission systems
  • Analysis and development of electronic emission devices
  • Computer simulation of the effectiveness of drugs
  • Design of connections with specified electrical conductivity, catalytic, emission and other properties
International relations
  • Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Germany)
  • Jaroslav Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry (the Czech Republic)
  • General Electric (the USA)
  • The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan)
  • The University of Tsukuba (Japan)
  • Mahatma Gandhi University (India)
Career opportunities
  • This academic programme is designed to train master’s students who will be engaged in practical activities. They will apply mathematical methods, computer technology and information expert systems in various fields of applied mathematics and computer science. Special attention is paid to the challenges of applied information technologies for technical objects, production processes, and socio-economic systems
  • Graduates’ professional activities include: research; design; production and technology; managerial; regulatory and methodological; consulting; socially-oriented and educational activities related to the use of mathematics; programming; applied information technology; information expert systems; and high-performance computing

Professions

  • IT system technician
  • Software development manager
  • R&D specialist
  • IT system technician
  • Software development manager
  • R&D engineer
  • Software architect
  • Database administrator 
  • IT project manager 
  • Systems analyst 
  • Systems programmer 
  • Expert in computer-integrated manufacturing