NATURAL-MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE

Department of Natural-Mathematical Sciences has gathered a team of prominent mathematicians and physicists here at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent with Dilshat Tulyaganov as its head of faculty. Their names and research achievements have brought tremendous breakthrough in their field of work….

NATURAL-MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

GOING TO BASICS AND MAKING COMPLICATED IDEAS SIMPLE ARE WHAT SCIENCE IS AFTER ALL…

Doniyor Babajanov, one of the brilliant teachers in Department of Natural-Mathematical Sciences, says that whatever advancement we achieve in technology we always have to go to the basics and apply these old teach-ing models for students to understand how things started in the first place (August, 2020).

RELICS OF THE PAST ARE TORCHES INTO FUTURE…

“You cannot overcome the relics of the past technologies and just straight-forwardly jump onto nanotechnology. That's why we keep these models in our physics lab for generations of students to come so that they could see with their own eyes the artifacts of the past research achievements,” says Doniyor Babajanov, with some nostalgic tone in his voice (August, 2020).

THE SAME EXPERIMENT PERFORMED BY SIR ISAAC NEWTON…

Doniyor Babajanov, an instructor of mathematics, physics and computer science, is explaining the nature of lights with use of spectra of white light, dispersion of light, in physics labs at Turin Polytechnic University in Tash-kent (August 2020).

NO HARDWARE, NO SOFTWARE!

“At Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent we do not just teach our stu-dents of computer science how to write codes for software, but also build hardware from scratch,” says Doniyor Babajanov, ending his sentence with the greatest American computing pioneer Alan Kay: “People who are really serious about software should make their own hardware.” (August, 2020)

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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Teaching at the Department includes elements of innovative educational technologies such as modular training, adaptive learning systems, interactive technologies, computer testing, programmable control, etc. Materials in the form of a Power Point presentation, videos, animations are widely used in classrooms along with the an interactive whiteboard. Department conducts regular scientific-methodical seminars.

In the frame of scientific and educational programs department collaborates with a number of foreign universities: Politecnico di Torino (Italy), Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany), University of Aveiro (Portugal), Rutgers University (USA), University of Ioannina (Greece), Moscow State University (Russia), Institute of mathematics National of Academy Sciences of Ukraine, Clausthal Techniche University (Germany), Princeton University (USA), Georgia Technical University (USA), Toronto University (Canada), Kebangsaan University (Malaysia), Yildiz University (Turkey), Kazakh Leading of Architecture and Construction Academy (Kazakhstan),etc.