St. Petersburg, 199178, Russia, The 14th line of the Vasilievsky Island house 29 B
(812) 363-68-71, (812) 363-68-72
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An undergraduate programme in mathematics was launched at St. Petersburg State University in 2015. Studies are conducted under a new educational programme `Mathematics’ (01.03.01), aimed at training professionals in mathematics and theoretical computer science. The Council of the Programme is headed by the Fields medalist Stanislav Smirnov, the Scientific Leader of the Chebyshev Laboratory, and Professor at the University of Geneva.

Features of the Programme:

  • Top level of instruction.
  • The study programme has been developed by leading Russian and foreign scientists.
  • The Council of the Programme, headed by Stanislav Smirnov, includes experts from world-famous scientific centres (Stony Brook, New York; Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, CNRS, France), as well as corresponding and full members of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
  • Strong faculty members. All lecturers are active scientists and experienced teachers: Yuri Davydov, Edward Hirsch, Sergei Ivanov, Sergei Kislyakov, Mikhail Lifshits, Alexander Okhotin, Sergei Pilyugin, Nikolai Vavilov, Yuri Belov, Victor Petrov, Fedor Petrov, Stanislav Speranski, Sergei Tikhomirov, and others. Lectures by our faculty members are available from the Lectorium website and from our VKontakte group.
  • Students are actively involved in research.
  • Students get in touch with the international scientific community at the Chebyshev Laboratory.
  • Funding for students’ trips to international conferences.
  • Selected courses in English. Several advanced courses for 3rd and 4th year students will be given in English.

Additional information can be found in our booklet (in Russian).


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