The Chair of Programming and Economic Information Science

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Acting Head of the Chair - V.I. Lutsenko, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
 
The Chair was set up in 1991 under the name “Theory of Programming and Information Science” to be the 8-th chair of the Faculty and the fourth division of applied mathematics and computer science. The first Head of the Chair was Prof. R.M. Nuriev. In 1994 the position was taken by Prof. R.S. Yulmukhamedov, Corresponding Member of the Bashkir Academy of Sciences. In 1995 the Chair was renamed into that of Programming and Economic Information Science. In 2009 Prof. V.N. Krizsky was elected its Head.
 
Main Research Areas
  • The theory of entire and subharmonic functions
  • Financial analysis of the enterprise
  • Geoinformation technologies
  • Parallel computing in natural sciences
Since 1994 14 Candidate and Doctor theses have been defended at the Chair. Many students of the Chair have got presidential grants of Russian and Bashkir programs and the Chair’s programming team was a prize-winner of the all-Russian Programming Contest.
 
In 2006 a computing cluster was launched, which gave rise to high-performance calculations research projects, for example, the project “Developing software for Bashkir geoinformation databases”. Another research aspect of the Chair – “Entire and pluriharmonic functions” is being funded by the grants of the Russian Fundamental Research Fund and Bashkir scientific project of the Academy of Sciences (supervisor – Prof. R.S. Yulmukhamedov).
 
The investigation in mathematical modelling of processes and systems (supervisor – Prof. V.N. Krizsky) deals with generating models and creating new methods, parallel algorithms and programs of solving direct and incorrect inverse problems of mathematical physics (in its geophysical applications).
 
The topic “Geoinformation systems” has been funded by a special grant of the Bashkir scientific project of the Academy of Sciences (supervisor – Prof. R.S. Yulmukhamedov).
High-performance calculations of iterative processes, the theory of iterative processes in its applications to exploiting oil wells, and calculation methods of real estate are also actively studied at the Chair.
 
The Chair cooperates with the Centre of Geoelectromagnetic Research of the Earth Physics Institute (Moscow), Ufa Mathematical Institute, Perm Mining Institute, Ekaterinburg Geophysical Institute, the Ministry of Economy and Development, the Bashkir Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, the Emercom Research Institute, Sterlitamak Institute of Applied Investigations, Moscow State University, the State Universities of Chelyabinsk, Rostov, Magnitogorsk, Saransk, the company “INTEGRO” in Ufa.
 
Teaching Work
 
Basic courses:
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Mathematical Logic
  • Mathematical Logic and Theory of Algorithms
  • Information Science
  • Algorithmic Languages and Translation Methods
  • Computer Practice
  • Database Design and Expert Systems
  • System and Application Software
  • Computer Organization and Functioning
  • Operational Systems
  • Finance and Economic Analysis
  • Information Resources Control
 
Courses for undergraduates:
  • Convex Analysis
  • SH-Functions Theory
  • PSH-Functions Theory
  • Software in Scientific and Engineering Research
  • Database Design
  • Geoinformation Technologies
  • Parallel Computing
Special courses:
  • Convex Analysis
  • Mathematical Pattern Recognition Methods
  • Methods of Solving Direct and Inverse Problems of Mathematical Physics
  • Graph Theory for Programmers
  • Internet Technology and Programming
  • Neuroinformatics
  • Computer Technologies in Operational Management
  • Basic Accounting
  • Economic Analysis
  • Economic Mathematical Methods and Application Models
  • Information Technology in Economics
The Chair is working with gifted children from Ufa schools 42, 45, 114, participates in organizing municipal and Republican mathematical contests for schoolchildren and sets up summer mathematical camps. The graduates of the Chair are in demand on the IT labour market.