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Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science

Tel: +7 (495) 952-26-44


  • founded in 1961
  • about 800 students
  • 16 departments
  • about 260 lecturers, among them 62 full professors and 150 PhDs

Dean – Leonid Gennadievich Voskresenskiy, Doctor of chemical sciences, professor.

At the faculty of Science, a classical combination of specialties characteristic of universities in Europe is practiced. The academic education provided at the faculty allows the graduates to climb the career ladder in various fields.

At present, the members of the faculty are not only working out innovative programs for physics and physical informatics, telecommunication systems, nanostructure optics, etc. but elaborating teaching materials for these disciplines.

At the faculty, allied subjects of physical, physicochemical, radio engineering and engineering profiles are taught with the extensive use of up-to-date laboratory equipment. Integration of intellectual, material and technical, technological and organizational resources makes it possible to carry out the scientific research of post-graduate students and scientists of PFUR at a modern level.

Major directions of scientific research

Differential equations, mathematic computer simulation. Functional analysis and mathematical analysis. Functional spaces and representations of topologo-algebraic structures. Nonlinear analysis, extremal problems and optimal control theories. Development of the scientific basis for information-telecommunication systems and networks. Problems of artificial intelligence (AI). Controlled synthesis and studies of chemical compounds for creating novel materials and biologically active substances. Creation of highperformance and selective catalysts and catalyst systems. Membrane technologies. Studies of interactions of electromagnetic radiance with matter, particle physics, physics of metals and metal alloys aimed at creation of energy-saving technologies and ecologically clean power engineering. Optoelectronics, acoustoelectronics, optical communications. Applied information technologies in natural sciences.

Lines of study

Bachelor’s studies

  • Mathematics. Applied mathematics
  • Mathematics. Computer sciences
  • Applied mathematics and informatics
  • Information technologies
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Radio physics and electronics
  • Business informatics

Master’s studies

  • Non-linear analysis, optimization and mathematical modeling
  • Functional methods in differential equations and inter-disciplinary research
  • Theory of relativity and mathematical statistics
  • Mathematical modeling of optic nanostructures
  • Information communications and intellectual systems control
  • Theoretical and mathematical physics
  • Applied physics and physical computer science
  • Fundamental and applied chemistry

Master’s programs in English:



Postgraduate studies: 15 specialties

5 Doctorate and PhD dissertation councils

Forms of study: intramural, intra-extramural (evening)