Study in Harbin Institute of Technology

Dear students and alumni of the AMD Department!
As part of the Chinese state program, Harbin Institute of Technology welcomes for enrollment in its Master program, which also includes learning Chinese.

More details about the program can be found on the NTUU “KPI” Academic Mobility Division website.

Department Undergrad Anastasiia Shcherbak at the Modelling Week

From July, 19, to July, 26, 2015, the 4th year AMD undergraduate Anastasiia Shcherbak participated in the 28th Modelling Week hosted by European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI). Our department is a member of this Consortium. This year, the modelling week took place in Lisboa (Portugal).

After successful completing the week, Anastasiia obtained an appropriate certificate.

AMD Student Oleksandr Honchar Won a Scholarship for Studying at Verona University

Applied Mathematics Department faculty and staff congratulate our student, Oleksandr Honchar, with winning the scholarship from Verona University for pursuing the Master’s Degree in Mathematics for two years (€ 9.000 gross per year).

Theses on the Website

Dear students, faculty members, visitors of the Applied Mathematics Department website!

Starting from the final assessments of summer, 2015, the department will publish on its website full texts (excluding appendices) of the Bachelor, Specialist, and Master theses.

Theses are available in the “Final Assessment” subsection of the “Activities” section.

Dan Tavrov is a Fulbright Grantee

This year, Dan Tavrov, Assistant Lecturer at the Applied Mathematics Department, PhD student (scientific advisor ScD, Head of the AMD Oleg Chertov), won the Fulbright scholarship to conduct research at the Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA, the U.S.).

Dan became the finalist of the Fulbright Faculty Development Program, with his project devoted to providing data group anonymity. Mr. Tavrov will be doing his research under the famous American Professor Stephen Fienberg.

AMD Department at ECMI Education Committee Meeting

Applied Mathematics Department (NTUU “KPI”) at the ECMI Educational Committee Meeting

February 6–7, 2015, Milano, Italy

Prof. Franck Leprévost (Université du Luxembourg) Public Lecture

We welcome everyone to the lecture to be delivered by Prof. Franck Leprévost (Université du Luxembourg). The lecture is devoted to a problem of the list of the Clay Mathematics Institute, namely, whether classes P and NP are equal or not.

In this lecture, the scientist will explain what the problem is, and also how big is “big,” how fast is “fast,” how whisky, bacteria, DNA, the Sun, the Milky Way, and the observable Universe come in the game.

Why Applied Math?


admissions are about to begin soon, and many entrants will choose the uni to study, and the major to pursue.
Many of you faced the same choice some time ago, and decided to choose the Applied Mathematics Department.

Please share your thoughts,
1) why did you choose applied math in the first place?
2) what useful knowledge and skills did you gain studying at the AMD?
3) why, in your opinion, new entrants ought to enter our department?