Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (LNU)
The Ivan Franko National University of Lviv(LNU) is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. Founded in 1661 now it is hosting more than 15,000 students and offers academic degrees in 81 majors within 17 Faculties/Schools. The university established a number of international centers for developing students and researchers exchange programs and expanding geography of their studies. Mathematical departments have old traditions and are considered as one of the best in their field. The famous scholar, father of the functional analysis Stefan Banach worked as a professor here and influenced the directions of studies. Nowadays, the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics (with more than 40 Ph.D. as teaching staff) provides studies in computer modeling, computational mathematics, information systems, optimal process theory and programming.
Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Fields of research related to MathMods topics: : Partial differential equations, Numerical Methods. Applications to: Modelling structural mechanics, fluid dynamics
The Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics is situated in the main building of Ivan Franko Lviv National University in the centre of Lviv on Universytetska st.,1. In front of the building, there is a park and a monument of Ivan Franko, ukrainian writer. The main building of the university is easily reachable by public transport. For more information on the faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, please click here.
The city of Lviv lies in the centre of Europe. Having a population of around 730000 people, it is the 7th largest city in Ukraine as well as one of the leading cultural and educational centres. Indeed, 38 Lviv universities and institutions with a total of 130000 students produce around 30000 highly educated graduates every year, the majority of which specialize on IT, Engineering, Applied Sciences and Foreign Languages.
Throughout the centuries, Lviv has been a city where different cultures live side by side, resulting to many historical monuments and buildings of different architectural styles (Lviv Opera Theatre, Rynok Square, Latin Cathedral, Dominican Church, etc.) The historical and cultural richness of Lviv's city centre has earned it a place in the UNESCO World Heritage List. For more information, please visit http://lviv.travel/en/index