Mathematical Analysis and Functions Theory

The department was established in 2014. The head of department is Mr. P. Gakhramanov. He has been leading the department since February 9, 2014. Since 15 July 2017, the department has been headed by prof. Gurbanov Nabi Tapdig oghlu.

2 professors, 5 docents, 2 senior lecturers and 4 assistants are working in the department

**Personnel of department:**

1.Gurbanov N.T - Head of the department,professor

2. Gakhramanov F. Polad – professor

3. Huseynov G. Zafar - accos.prof.

4. Aliyev H. Khalil - accos. prof.

5. Safarli I. Seyfaddin - assoc. prof.

6. Mammadov M. Mahammadali - assoc. prof.

7. Babacanova V.Hamza - assoc. prof.

8. Rzayeva G.Fikrat – assistant

9. Ismayilova G. Gafil - Senior lecturer

10.Hajiyeva S. Sabir – assistant

11. Eyvazli G.Mubariz – assistant

12. Gadirli N.Azad – assistant

13. Abdullayeva K.Fail-assistant

**Teaching assistant staff:**

**1.Agamaliyeva Kamala Faig - senior lab.assist.**

**Scientific activity:**

3 dissertators, 3 doctorate students and 6 master students are engaged in scientific works.

**Majors:**

**Bachelor degree:**

**Majoring in mathematics teaching**

1. Mathematical analysis

2. Functional analysis functions theories

3. Functional analysis

4. Complex variable functions theory

5. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

6. Counting mathematics

7. Linear integral equations and their solution methods

**Majoring in mathematics and computer science teaching**

1. Mathematical analysis-1,2,3

2. Theory of functions with real variables

3. Functional analysis

4. Theory of complex variable functions

5. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

6. Computational mathematics

7. Linear integral equations and their solution methods

**Majoring in Mathematics:**

1. Mathematical analysis-1,2,3,4

2. Theory of functions and functional analysis-1,2

3. Theory of complex variable functions

5. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

6. Calculation methods

7. Linear integral equations and their solution methods

8. Spectral theory of linear differential operators

9. Some issues of convergence theory

10. Integral transformations and their applications

**Informatics teaching specialty:**

1. Mathematical analysis

**Faculty of Economics and management at the bachelor"s level:**

1. Linear algebra and mathematical analysis

2. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

**Faculty of Engineering at the bachelor"s level:**

1. Mathematical analysis

2. Mathematical analysis-1,2

3. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

Faculty of Chemistry and biology at the bachelor"s level:

1. Mathematical analysis

2. Mathematical analysis-1,2

3. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

**Faculty of History and Geography at the bachelor level:**

1. Mathematics and statistics

**Faculty of Physics and Electronics for the bachelor"s degree:**

1. Mathematical analysis-1,2

2. Mathematical analysis

3. Probability theory and mathematical statistics

4. Differential calculation

5. Integral calculation

6. Theory of complex variable functions

**Master degree**

**Majoring in mathematical analysis:**

1. Modern problems of mathematics

2. History and methodology of mathematics

3. Spectral theory of differential operators

4. Constructive theory of functions

5. Non-linear analysis

6. Generalized functions

7. Boundary problems of analytical functionsand singular integral equations

8. Harmonic analysis

9. Fourier transform, Laplace transform and their applications

10.Quadrature formulas for singular integrals and their applications

11.Fourier transforms of generalized functions

**Computational mathematics major:**

1. Modern problems of mathematics

2. History and methodology of mathematics

3. Solution of operator equations by approximate methods

4. Solving algebraic equations by approximate methods

5. Solution of ordinary differential equations by approximate methods

6. Methods of solving incorrect problems

7. Approximate solution methods of special derivative differential equations

8. The role of approximate methods in solving problems of natural sciences

9. Solving differential equations using spline functions

**Scientific directions:**

Application problems of algebraic analysis

**Latest publications:**

223 articles

38 articles abroad

7 textbooks

3 methodic manuals

2 Monographs

49 syllables

30 major programs

**The department cooperates with the following institutions:**

the Institute of Mechanics and Mathematics of ANAS, the Institute of Management Systems of ANAS, BSU, ASSU, AUOA, Kharkov Technical University, and Astrakhan State University.