Institute of Fundamental Sciences

Гудов Александр Михайлович
Alexander M. Gudov
Dr. Sc. (Technical Sciences), Associate Professor


6 Krasnaya ul., Kemerovo 650000
+7 (3842) 58-31-95



Educational programs

    Bachelor’s programs
  • 01.03.01 Mathematics
  • 01.03.02 Applied Mathematics and Informatics
    Specialization: Operations Research and Systems Analysis
  • 02.03.01 Mathematics and Computer Science
    Specialization: Mathematical Analysis and Applications
  • 02.03.02 Fundamental Informatics and Information Technologies
    Specialization: Informatics and Computer Science
  • 02.03.03 Software and Information Systems Management
    Specialization: Information Systems and Databases
  • 03.03.02 Physics
    Physics and Materials Science
    Condensed Matter Physics
    Physics Teaching
  • 04.03.01 Chemistry
    Solid State Chemistry and Materials Science
    Physical Chemistry
  • 09.03.03 Applied Informatics
    Specialist’s programs
  • 04.05.01 Fundamental and Applied Chemistry
    Specialization: Analytical Chemistry
  • 10.05.01 Computer Security
    Master’s programs
  • 02.04.03 Software and Information Systems Management
    Information Systems Development, Management and Security
    Data Analytics
  • 04.03.02 Physics
    Condensed Matter Physics
  • 04.04.01 Chemistry
    Physical Chemistry and Materials Science

About the Institute

Institute of Fundamental Sciences

In 2016, the faculties of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry merged to found the Institute of Fundamental Sciences. Designed to solve complex problems in education, science and academic mobility, it boasts a highly qualified academic staff, modern laboratories, innovative and creative approaches to education and much more.

Department of Mathematics and Informatics

The Department of Mathematics and Informatics started as the Faculty of Mathematics, which celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2014.

The Faculty has greatly contributed to the development of mathematical sciences. Its graduates are highly qualified professionals in mathematics and computer science.

The students use modern technology resources that provide high quality professional development and computer skills.

The students learn from experienced teachers and economic sector specialists. The great research potential and practical experience of teachers have modernized the educational process and research activity at the Institute.

Their achievements include a large number of scientific publications, published monographs and manuals, participation in international and Russian conferences and congresses, membership in mathematical organizations and associations, and working with the editors of Russian and foreign mathematical journals.

Students actively conduct their own scientific research and do sports, creative, social and organizational work. This helps them gain valuable experience for an independent life after graduation.

Graduates work in government and business organizations, banks and insurance companies as system administrators, programmers and managers. They also conduct theoretical and empirical research in research institutes and teach in higher and secondary education institutions. There is a strong demand in the labour market for their graduate skills.

Department of Physics and Chemistry

There is nothing more exciting and fun than exploring nature. Modern physics and chemistry are the most important sources of knowledge about the environment, the basis of scientific and technological progress and, at the same time, the most important part of human culture.

Our main task is to train highly qualified professionals and researchers in various fields of physics and chemistry so that they could work in manufacturing industry, research organizations, and higher and secondary educational institutions.

Physics students study fundamental and applied physics, mathematics, and computer technology and gain experience in scientific research.

The key to successful professional training in chemistry is modern research laboratories and work experience in large chemical plants such as Azot, Khimprom, and at the Institute of Coal Chemistry and Chemical Materials Science.

In addition to the main educational program, students can choose additional training programs in Physical and Physicochemical Methods in Forensic Examination, Systems Engineering, and Teaching.

In today’s rapidly changing world, it is difficult to choose the right career. But there are some things in the world that have eternal value. If you receive fundamental knowledge at the beginning of your life, your skills will always be in demand. Physics education allows graduates to quickly master the specifics of any scientific or technical field and forms systemic thinking, which makes it easy to adapt to a rapidly changing world.

Chemistry graduates work in educational institutions, institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in laboratories of chemical, food, metallurgical, pharmaceutical, mining and gas industries.

Physicists are creative people. Students perform at the student festivals called “First Snow” and “Student Spring”. There are also old and revered traditions such as “Physicist Initiation Ceremony” and “Physics Days”, which include an academic procession, an intellectual game, student scientific and antiscientific conferences, sports competitions, the Mister and Miss Physics competition, and skits.

The Association of Physicists awaits its most gifted students.