Faculty of Mathematics was founded in 1973 under the name of Faculty of Energetics, Automation of industrial processes and mechanics. Since 1992 it has functioned as the Faculty of Automation and Mechanics and in 1977 a new establishment-Faculty of Mechanics was established due to the decision of Scientific Board of Azerbaijan Institute of Industry. In 2006 due to the structural changes in the Faculty, it was named Faculty of Mathematics.
Candidate ofphysical and mathematical sciences, associate professor Z.G.Huseynov has been leading the faculty since 2002. Z.Huseynov was awarded the title of “Honored Teacher” of the Azerbaijan Republic in November 16, 2012for the services in the development of Azerbaijan Education.
7 professors, 21 associate professors, 5 senior lecturers, 14 assistants, 8 senior laboratory workers, 8 laboratory workers, 4 tutors are workingin the Faculty.
At present 16 PhD students are engaged in scientific work in the Faculty.
Education in the Faculty is run in full-time and correspondence forms. 550 studentsare studying in Bachelor Degree, 29 students in Master Degree in the Faculty.
Departments of the Faculty:
Mathematical analysis and Functions theory
Differential equations and optimization
Mathematics and its teaching methods
Majors for Bachelor Degree:
Teacher of mathematics
Teacher of mathematics and informatics
Majors for Master Degree:
Optimization and optimal management
Teaching methods and methodology of Mathematics
Scientific-research directions of the Faculty:
Applied problems of mathematical analysis
Spectral theory of operators and inverse problems of spectral analysis
Study of problems of modeling, optimization and system dynamic of modulated dynamic systems
Study of optimal management problems for concentrated and distributed parameter systems
Mathematical modeling and investigation of diffusion problems of thermodynamic waves in different (various) self-elastic medium
Teaching methods and methodology of Mathematics.
Mathematics faculty chairs and scientific research laboratories