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The Faculty of Physics and Mathematics was established in 1996 on the basis of the departments of fundamental training on the initiative of the rector of the university, academician MZ Zgurovsky.

Physical and mathematical training, which is the basis for the formation of scientific and engineering knowledge, has always been a priority at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute from the first day of its existence. At different times, scientists with a world-famous name worked and headed the departments of fundamental training here: MP Kravchuk, IV Skrypnyk, AA Smirnov, VELoshkarev, YBVul, GG De-Metz, O.G. Goldman, FP Yaremchuk, Sh.G Gordeladze, VA Zmorovich, OS Smogorzhevsky, VA Linnik, SD Herzriken, VG Baryakhtar, VV Buldygin , AM Samoylenko.

Seven departments became the base of the faculty:

· Department of Mathematical Analysis and Probability Theory (Head of the Department Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences OI Klesov)

· Department of Differential Equations (Head of the Department, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences ME Dudkin)

· Department of Mathematical Physics (Head of the Department Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences VM Gorbachuk)

· Department of General Physics and Solid State Physics (Head of the Department Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences VY Kotovsky)

· Department of General and Theoretical Physics (Head of the Department Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics of Ukraine VM Loktev)

· Department of General and Experimental Physics (Head of the Department Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Corresponding Member of APNU, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences YI Gorobets)

· Department of Descriptive Geometry, Engineering and Computer Graphics (Head of the Department Associate Professor, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences GO Gnitetska)

The first dean of the faculty was Academician of the NAS of Ukraine VG Baryakhtar, since 2007 the faculty is headed by Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine, Academician of the NAS of Ukraine, Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences VV Vanin.

The faculty employs world-renowned scientists: Academicians of the NAS of Ukraine VM Loktev, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences YI Gorobets, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, member of the Ukrainian, American, Belgian, Australian, Edinburgh, London Mathematical Societies, Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine NO. Virchenko.

Well-known scientists of scientific institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, well-known universities and scientific laboratories of Europe and the USA are involved in the educational and scientific training of bachelors, masters and doctors of philosophy of the department.

Among the teachers of the faculty: 35 professors, doctors of sciences, 148 associate professors, candidates of sciences.

The faculty conducts scientific work in the following areas:

Specialties for which the faculty trains staff:
Bachelor: 104 Physics and Astronomy, 111 Mathematics
Master: 104 Physics and Astronomy, 111 Mathematics
Educational levels:
Bachelor of Physics and Astronomy
Bachelor of Mathematics
Master of Physics and Astronomy
Master of Mathematics
Educational programs:
Educational program "Insurance and Financial Mathematics", "Mathematical and Computer Methods in Modeling Dynamic Systems"
Educational program "Computer simulation of physical processes"
Areas of master's research at FMF
Master's studies of students are performed in modern areas of development
mathematics and physics:
probability theory,
• stochastic processes,
• mathematical forecasting,
• theory of differential equations,
• phenomena of nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory,
• mathematical modeling in economics,
• nanotechnology,
• astrophysics,
• theories of magnetism,
• solid state physics,
• information technology in physics,
• semiconductor physics,
• optics,
• experimental physics,
• geometric modeling of objects,
• phenomena and processes,
• geometric support of computer-aided design systems and production preparation.