Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics was founded in 2007 within the Faculty of Sciences in the Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University. Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics has accepted students to the undergraduate program with the examinations made by the Measuring, Selection and Placement Center of our university and National Testing of Kyrgyzstan Government (ORT) since 2007.
Graduates from our department receive an academic degree in the area of Applied Mathematics and Informatics.
Objectives and goals of the department
Study of mathematical methods of modeling information and simulation models related to applied problems
Study of computer network security and management tools, management of automated systems and data processing tools
Use of numerical methods in solving mathematical problems arising in production and technological activities
Learning programming languages
Research in digital image processing, computer graphics, multimedia and automated design
Mathematical methods of information systems for forecasting and system analysis
Development and implementation of information systems related to the quality management processes of production activities
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics trains specialists in computer science and software for automated systems, financial data processing. Duration of study, according to the Bologna system, 4 years. Graduates will be awarded a bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.
Research work is carried out in the following areas: 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 computer science.
Knowledge and skills gained from an education in our department can be applied in many different fields, from research centers to ministries and government organs, or from industry to finance. This degree gives students the opportunity to work as a systems administrators, database operators, analysts, programmers, systems engineers, as well as to develop computer programs and professionally maintain computer networks. In addition, students who have mastered this specialty can work as mathematicians or analysts.
The education program includes a set of mathematical disciplines, such as algebra, geometry, logic, and discrete mathematics, as well as disciplines related to modern computer technology and programming. Numerical methods, optimization methods, features of working with databases, programming languages, system and applied software and the architecture of computer systems and networks are compulsory courses.
After completing education in this specialty, students will acquire a whole range of unique and useful skills. They will learn to use mathematical methods to model information and simulation models in one of the most diverse research and production fields, and to mathematically create and improve the newest elements of computer technology.
An education from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics provides an opportunity to master language and programming methods, and to apply them in original programs in various fields from physics and chemistry to economics and ecology. This specialty will help to develop software, maintain computer networks and authorized systems of computing services, work with various databases and operating systems.