The Mathematical Physics Department
Phone: 4284211
The Head of the Department  Prof. Ural'tseva Nina. N.

Specializations:
 nonlinear equations with partial derivatives,
 spectral theory of differential operators,
 asymptotic methods.
The Department exists from 1956. Mathematical Physics, notwithstanding its
misleading name, is a part of mathematics, not of
physics, but its roots are in physical theories, which describe the nature.
Its problems, deep and interesting and very complex sometimes, are
generated by different domains of current physics. These are problems of
hydromechanics and mechanics of continuum, investigation of capillarity,
problems of diffusion, of the theory of waveguides and lightguides,
diffraction theory, spectral theory, quantum theory of dissipation, and
physical kinetics.
Lecturers
Prof. N. N. Ural'tseva, Head of the Department, Prizewinner of the State Award.
 Variational Calculus
 Divergent Equations
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
Prof. A. A. Arkhipova.
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
 Functional Analysis
Prof. V. M. Babich.
Prof. V. I. Dergusov.
 Mathematical Physics
 Spectral Theory of Operators
 Theory of Perturbation
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
Ass. Prof S. V. Ivanov
 Algebra and Theory of Numbers
 Geometry and Topology
Ass. prof A. I. Karol'.
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
 Functional Analysis
Ass. prof. Yu.G. Markov.
 Methods of Computation
 Theory of Complex Systems
Ass. prof. A. I. Nazarov.
 Geometry and Topology
 Methods of Mathematical Physics
 Nondivergent Equations
 Symmetry and Asymmetry of Solutions of Nonlinear Equations
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
 Functional Analysis
Prof. V.G. Osmolovskii.
 Variational Problems on MultiplePhase Mediums
 Introduction to the Theory of Potential
 Equations of Mathematical Physics
The Mathematical Physics Department is a graduate one on the speciality "Mathematics".