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Regular version of the site
Book
Algebraic Theory of Locally Nilpotent Derivations

Freudenburg G.

Vol. 136: Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences. Bk. VII: Subseries: Invariant Theory and Algebraic Transformation Groups. Springer, 2017.

Article
Population annealing: Massively parallel simulations in statistical physics

Weigel M., Barash L., Borovsky M. et al.

Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2017. Vol. 921. P. 012017.

Book chapter
Agreement algorithms for synchronization of clocks in nodes of stochastic networks

A.Manita, L.Manita.

In bk.: Analytical and computational methods in probability theory and its applications (ACMPT-2017). Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. M.: RUDN, 2017. P. 649-653.

Working paper
Dynamic fractals in spatial evolutionary games

Колотев С. В., Малютин А. А., Burovski E. et al.

arxiv.org. cond-mat. Cornell University, 2017

About the School

The School of Applied Mathematics was created in 2015 on the basis of the MIEM Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics, which included the Departments of Cybernetics, Applied Mathematics, Mechanics and Mathematical Modeling, Computer Security, and the Joint Department for Applied Information and Communication Systems and Tools.

‘The applied mathematics faculty was first established in 1968 in the USSR, and throughout its history has been a unique department for mathematicians who can work on solving a wide variety of problems in science and technology using advanced approaches such as automatic calculations and mathematical models and methods’, says Alexander Belov, Head of the School.

The school includes two departments (the Department of Computer Security and the Joint Department for Applied Information and Communication Tools and Systems) and three laboratories (Laboratory of Mathematical Modelling, Laboratory of Information Protection Systems' Modelling and Cryptography and Laboratory of Control and Navigation Systems).

The school focuses on teaching mathematical disciplines for all MIEM tracks to an international level, developing basic and applied research in mathematics, its applications, tools and methods. 

The school lecturers include Tenured Professors, Doctors and Candidates of Sciences and PhD holders.

The school’s main areas of research activity are in line with MIEM’s mission in engineering education and research into the development of control systems and information processing, as well as in modern methods of mathematical and computer modeling.