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Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Information Technology
(FMPIT)

OUR SPECIALTIES:

  • 104 Physics and Astronomy (Bachelor, Full-time)
  • 105 Applied physics and nanomaterials (Bachelor, Full-time)
  • 111 Mathematics (Bachelor, Full-time, Distance)
  • 113 Applied Mathematics (Bachelor, Full-time)
  • 123 Computer Engineering (Bachelor, Full-time, Distance)
  • 126 Information systems and technologies (Bachelor, Full-time, Distance)
  • 104 Physics and Astronomy (Master, Full-time)
  • 105 Applied physics and nanomaterials (Master, Full-time)
  • 111 Mathematics (Master, Full-time, Distance)
  • 113 Applied Mathematics (Master, Full-time)
  • 123 Computer Engineering (Master, Full-time)
  • 126 Information systems and technologies (Master, Full-time, Distance)

Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Information Technology at Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University is the largest scientific center in South Ukraine and the only one in this region for training highly qualified personnel, PhD and Doctors of Science in Physics and Mathematics, in a number of mathematical and physical specialties.

Basic courses are lectured to students by full and associate professors. Most of them are doctors in physical and mathematical sciences and represent mathematical and physical schools well-known in both Ukraine and abroad.

  • Specialty 104 Physics and Astronomy

    Specialty Physics and Astronomy (104) prepares specialists with contemporary knowledge in physics, astronomy, electronics, and programming. Modern physics advances in the fields of nanomaterials, optics and quantum electronics, atomic nuclei, alternative energy sources, energy-saving technologies, near-Earth space, stars, and galaxies involve modern computer technologies and provide a basis for further development of scientific and technological progress. Experience in the elaboration of physical models of real world is transferred to any field in information technology - from search engines to the banking sector. In many life circumstances, a person who knows and understands physics can use his/her analytical thinking skills to find simple solutions to complex problems.

    Since ancient times, starry sky has attracted a human being’s attention by its beauty and harmony. The heavenly bodies’ motion was observed to measure time and check the travel direction; or mysterious scintillation was simply admired. The beauty and harmony have remained up to now; and they have also become enriched by the beauty of mathematics and physics the man discovered in the star world. The universe is a unique physical laboratory, the richest one in energy ranges and the number of experiments. It makes possible studies of the matter under extreme conditions, including those unreachable in the Earth-based laboratories. Modern astronomy explores celestial objects - from the anomalies of motion of artificial satellites near the Earth to the mysterious quasars on the edge of the visible part of the universe. In modern astronomy, the motion of elementary particles is associated with the features of the largest formations of the universe - large walls comprising hundreds of thousands of galaxies, not smaller than our Milky Way.

    It is a distinctive feature of modern astronomy to deal with large volumes of scientific information in digital formats. Astronomers work with databases and use up-to-date software products to process astronomical observations and model space objects. The modern specialist in astronomy should be well-oriented in the modern information world, correctly pose and solve scientific and applied problems in any field, and be capable to apply information technology together with physical methods to solve various scientific, production and technical problems.

    Specializations:

    • Physics;
    • Astronomy.

    Employment opportunities

    • Scientists at research institutions, research-and-production enterprises, computing and analytical centers, astronomical observatories and national space agencies;
    • Teachers in physical and technical disciplines at higher and secondary educational institutions;
    • Engineers, scientists, consultants, and experts at control and management organizations, executive authorities, law enforcement agencies, environmental monitoring centers, banks, consulting companies, advertising agencies, PR and IT companies.
  • Specialty 105 Applied Physics and Nanomaterials

    The specialty of Applied Physics and Nanomaterials (105) is focused on the training of specialists qualified to apply physical methods, processes and technologies in appliances, systems and methods of modern medicine, pharmacology and technology of creating biocompatible materials. The development of modern medicine is impossible without the employment of complex medical appliances and systems that operate on the basis of known physical phenomena and processes and use computer technologies for processing, representing and storing information. Medical diagnostics are based on recording both the physical fields in the human body and the interaction of external physical fields with the body. The knowledge of latest achievements in physics, electronics, nano- and optoelectronics, modern programming techniques and communication technologies allows the medical physicist to succeed in developing new instruments, diagnostic and therapeutic systems, and to ensure their proper functioning and upgrading. Of particular importance is the training of physicists-scientists qualified to plan and conduct scientific research, interpret their results, transform scientific developments into competitive goods and services, and distribute them among medical and biological institutions.

    Specializations:

    • Medical Physics;
    • Physics and Technology of Nanomaterials.

    Employment opportunities

    • Medical equipment engineers at diagnostic and therapeutic medical institutions;
    • Research staff at industrial laboratories, institutes and research-and-production centers for development of new medical equipment and systems;
    • Experts on new medical developments based on physical methods, processes, and technologies;
    • Managers and representatives of manufacturing companies for implementation, maintenance and promotion of new medical equipment on the market;
    • Engineers and researchers at institutes, universities, and industrial enterprises for development, production and practical implementation of new nanomaterials.
  • Specialty 111 Mathematics

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    A mathematician is a highly intellectual profession and their work has comprehensively applied significance today. Mathematical methods of research are implementing now in almost all sciences, fields of knowledge and areas of activity.

    Within the bachelor and master programs "Mathematics" in ONU, we train specialists in the field of data analysis and operations research, employees of banking, financial and analytical organizations. Deep and solid mathematical background, ability to build and analyze mathematical models in various applied fields (information technology, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, ecology, economics, business, finance, management, etc.), ability to get new knowledge quickly and easily, navigate the information flow are important advantages of our graduates.

    Our students study fundamental mathematical courses, economic classes, as well as data science. There are workshops and elective courses with the participation of IT companies. International exchange programs for students such as Erasmus+, Global UGRAD, Fulbright are available.

    Career opportunities

    • analyst, business analyst, financial analyst, quantitative analyst, marketing analyst, consulting analyst, management analyst
    • operations research analyst
    • data scientist
    • machine learning engineer
    • career in academia
    • researcher
  • Specialty 113 Applied Mathematics

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    it is a branch of mathematics that deals with mathematical methods that find use in science, engineering, business, computer science, industry and so on (that is, “in applications”). Thus, applied mathematics is a combination of mathematical science and specialized knowledge. Nowadays, solving a variety of complicated problems is not just about knowledge and understanding of modern technologies. You cannot construct a qualitative mathematical model, choose a rational algorithm to solve it, or make computer implementation of a model without profound mathematical knowledge, abstract and non-standard thinking.

    Students of the specialty "Applied Mathematics" get knowledge of fundamental mathematical disciplines, modern programming languages and software development technologies, mathematical modeling and system analysis, data analysis and machine learning. There are workshops and elective courses with the participation of IT companies. International exchange programs for students such as Erasmus+, Global UGRAD, Fulbright are available.

    What are the advantages of education in applied mathematics?

    • solid mathematical background
    • ability to use mathematical methods in various applied fields (economics, finance, business, technology, biology, medicine, ecology)
    • mastery of modern programming languages
    • knowledge and understanding of information technology
    • ability to find a rational solution to any practical problems
    • ability to learn new things quickly, navigate the information flow
    • ability to "see further than others"
    • opportunity to change our world for the better

    What are my career opportunities?

    • software developer, software architect
    • data scientist
    • machine learning engineer
    • quality assurance engineer
    • project manager
    • database administrator
    • system administrator
    • analyst, business analyst, financial analyst, quantitative analyst, marketing analyst, consulting analyst, management analyst, actuary
    • operations research analyst
    • career in academia
    • researcher

    Specialty - applied mathematics (113) with specialization in theoretical and applied mechanics, has always been the foundation of applied sciences. For the mechanics of our days, the wide application of a wide variety of mathematical and physical knowledge, including the newest sections of applied and computational mathematics, modern programming systems, is characteristic. Students of ONU studying in the specialty "Theoretical and Applied Mechanics" study in-depth computer simulation of physical-mechanical processes using 3D graphics.

    Main directions of training:

    • design and development of applied software for PC;
    • mathematical and computer modeling of physical processes and phenomena (numerical experiment)
    • computer two- and three-dimensional visualization of mechanical movements of bodies and moving continuous media;
    • development of mathematical methods and algorithms for solving resource-intensive tasks using parallel computing on a computer;
    • scientific research and computer reproduction of technogenic situations in industrial production.

    Variants of employment

    - software development companies; specialists in computer modeling and solving scientific and technical problems of real production.

    For the entrants there is a consultative center "Open public mathematical consultations". Tel. for reference (048) 718-54-64

  • Specialty 123 Computer Engineering

    The sphere of professional activity of the Computer Engineering (123) graduates is a branches of science and technology, covering a set of problems related to the design and creation of hardware and software for information computer systems and networks of general or special purpose, the development of mobile applications and the Internet of Things, the digital-program control systems creation.

    The objects of professional activity of the graduate with a degree in Computer Engineering are:

    • design, development and administration of computer systems and networks;
    • development and maintenance of system and application software of modern computer systems and networks;
    • design and operation of automated systems for managing social and economic entities;
    • designing network information systems using knowledge of architecture, protocols and basic functioning principles of information systems to the Internet;
    • analytics of computer systems and networks;
    • protection of computer systems and information transfer in computer network.
    • processing and encoding digital signals;
    • mobile application development;
    • development of systems based on controllers;
    • development and programming devices of the Internet of Things;

    Graduates of the "Computer Engineering" receive profound and comprehensive knowledge in design, development, operation, system and application programming of complex computer systems: distributed computer systems, devices and systems of the Internet of Things, local, global and corporate computer networks, oriented to support of current information and administrative tasks decision in various fields of activity.

    The special feature of the Computer engineering training in classical University is an upscale programming school plus a fundamental background in discrete mathematics and cryptology.

    2 lines of the training (without displaying in a diploma):

    Line 1. Mathematical support of computer systems

    In-depth study of mathematical methods and processes of structuring, exchanging, manipulating and analyzing technical, financial, medical and other information for solving problems of computer systems and networks creating, system and application software development, providing quick and high-quality information support for management decisions, improving the technical, economic and social systems management.

    Line 2. Computer Algebra: Cryptology and Information Coding

    In-depth study of mathematical methods and technologies of information security, cryptography, steganography and cryptanalysis, unjammable coding of signals and data transmitted via communication channels or networks, stored in computer systems of general or special purpose.

    Graduates are leading developers of enterprise networks and systems, system and application software, heads of computer and information technologies departments in various companies, state organizations, banks.

    Qualification of the graduate:

    • Bachelor – "Software Developer", "Computer Systems Developer"
    • Master – "Professional in the field of Computer Technology"
  • Specialty 126 Information Systems and Technologies

    The sphere of professional activity of the Information Systems and Technology (126) graduates is a branches of science and technology, covering a range of issues related to the Data Mining, Big Data processing methods, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence systems, construction and analysis of the computer models of solids mechanical motion and other physical processes.

    The objects of professional activity of the graduate with a degree in Information Systems and Technologies are:

    • software development using modern programming languages and information technology;
    • Data Mining and Machine Learning;
    • processing and analysis of Big Data;
    • information systems based on databases, data warehouses and knowledge bases;
    • AI systems and pattern recognition;
    • information support of decisions in different areas;
    • creation and using of expert systems for business processes analyzing and managing;
    • image processing;
    • programming and numerical analysis of the mechanical processes and objects models;
    • 3D visualization of mechanical processes (Microsoft DirectX technology).

    Graduates of the "Information Systems and Technologies" receive profound and comprehensive knowledge allowing to apply information technologies and advanced mathematical methods in solving of the topical scientific, analytical and management tasks in various fields of activity, information, analytical and artificial intelligence systems creating and using, appropriate software developing, as well as conduct the research aimed at such methods and information technologies creating.

    The special feature of the Information Systems and Technologies training in classical University is upscale programming school plus profound mathematical training, which is the background of effective problem solving both programming, modeling or designing information systems and analysis or data processing, Machine Learning, mechanical processes simulation etc.

    2 lines of the training (without displaying in a diploma):

    Line 1. Data Mining

    In-depth study of the architecture of distributed database systems and knowledge base systems, natural language recognition systems, data mining methods, decision theory and machine learning, and learning of methods of using them to information support of the decision in various fields of activity.

    Line 2. Information Technology in Mechanics

    In-depth study of the multimedia technologies of simulation, numerical experiment and visualization of the mechanical processes of the objects systems and using them to solve engineering problems robotics, pyroscopy, aerodynamics and ecology.

    The graduates work as information and business processes analysts, system and application software developers, heads of computer and information departments in various companies, state organizations and banks, as well as researchers.

    Qualification of the graduate:

    • Bachelor – "Software Developer", "Computer Systems Developer"
    • Master – "Professional in Programming"

    There are training courses (phones for more information: 723-05-88, 63-76-04)

 

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