Applied Mathematics and Informatics
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics at Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University was founded in 2007. In the 2007-2008 academic year, the first set of students for the department were selected.
Goals of the Department
- Research about modeling and simulation models of information with applied problems using mathematical methods.
- Research of management methods of computer network security and administration tools, automated systems and information processing tools.
- Usability of numerical methods in solving mathematical problems arising from production and technological activities.
- Programming languages.
- Research on digital image processing, tools of computer graphics, multimedia and automated designing.
- Mathematical methods of information systems for forecasting and system analysis.
- Development and realization of information systems related with the processes of the quality control of industrial activity.
Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics aims to produce well-educated, highly-qualified individuals that have the skills to use software on computer devices and automated systems and for the processing of financial information. The undergraduate program, based on the Bologna system, is 4 years. Graduates from our department receive an academic degree in the area of Applied Mathematics and Informatics.
The department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics located in the Building of the Faculty of Engineering and Science and has educational laboratories for students, educational classrooms, office and social interaction areas for faculty and students. The Department is well equipped with facilities and allowing efficient and successful execution of research and educational programs.
The infrastructure of the department allows efficient and successful execution of research. Scientific research in the department is conducted in the following fields: asymptotic methods of mathematical physics, approximation theory, extreme polynomials, numerical methods, differential equations, social engineering, artificial intelligence, information and communication technologies, large database design, financial and computer mathematics, computer speech synthesis and Applied Informatics.
Asan Omuraliev, DSc
Head of the Department