Institute of Information Technologies and Telecommunications,
Department of Applied Informatics
Ivan V. AZAROV,
Head of the Department
Tel. + 7 8652 95-68-18
Achievements and awards. The programs underwent state accreditation in 2020.
In 2017 the educational program "Applied Informatics in Economics" underwent professional-public accreditation carried out by the Agency "Information & Computer Technologies Industry Association."
In February 2018 the university signed an agreement on joint implementation of the double degree program in Knowledge Management with Dresden University of Technology (Germany).
Teaching staff. The academic degree holders ratio is 81% (8% of teachers have Doctors of Science degrees). Two visiting professors: Steffen Holldobler, Professor of Dresden University of Technology and Marco Shaef, Professor of Sapienza University of Rome, and the heads of top regional specialized enterprises are engaged in the program implementation.
Facilities and resources. The Department of Applied Informatics has the specialized laboratory “Data Management” with state-of-the-art training and scientific equipment.
Research. Research is conducted in the area of high-load databases, database tuning and data mining.
Education. The department trains Bachelors in Applied Informatics. State-of-the-art educational technologies: multimedia lectures, case technologies, business games and role plays, the project method, round tables, etc. are used.
Strategic partners. Dresden University of Technology (Germany), University of Coimbra (Portugal), Ivannikov Institute for System Programming of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), industrial enterprises such as NEOLANT Service, Business IT, etc.
International projects and programs. The Department of Applied Informatics was the leader in the ICT subject group as part of the Tuning Russia project of the Tempus European Commission.
Annually, NCFU organizes the scientific school "Computational Logic and its Application" in cooperation with Dresden University of Technology and University of Coblenz and Landau (Germany).
Competitive advantages. The department participates in regional, Russian and international grant programs and projects. It organizes the regular International Youth School "Trends in Information Technology Development" (YSIP) in cooperation with the International Center for Computational Logic of Dresden University of Technology.
Assistance and support for foreign students and teachers. Today this program enrolls foreign students from Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and other countries. The language of instruction is Russian and training is provided according to uniform curricula and programs.