Applied Theoretical Physics
Most of the employees of the LANIT group of companies at Omsk division graduated from Dostoevsky Omsk State University. Employees holding Master`s degree in Applied Mathematics and Physics make a great contribution to the work of the company by developing sophisticated software at the federal level (high load, big data, 24x7) as Senior Developers, Architects and Team Leaders.
Graduates from this Master's program have a systematic approach to solving problems, developed abstract thinking and are not afraid of challenges. While studying at Dostoevsky Omsk State University, they acquire skills in developing software for relational databases and developing enterprise applications using the Java language and the Spring framework which are the most demanded technologies on the market. Besides, Master's degree students learn to work in a team on a large IT project.
LANIT group of companies (Laboratory of New Information Technologies) is a Russia’s leading group of IT-companies with about three decades of successful history. The group consists of various IT-companies providing full range of IT-services. It constantly enhances the product range by implementing new cutting-edge technologies and most demanded solutions. LANIT is a partner of more than 250 major global manufacturers of high technology equipment and software solutions. LANIT team is more than 12,000 people.
echnology equipment and software solutions. LANIT team - more than 12,000 people.
LANIT is recognized as the leader in the Russian market of information and telecommunication technologies by the rating agency RAEX. According to the international company IDC, it ranks first in terms of revenue among companies providing IT services in Russia. It is included in the TOP-100 of the best employers in Russia and is also recognized as one of the most popular companies among applicants, according to the annual HeadHunter rating.
Head of Omsk regional division
OOO “LANIT-TECHNOLOGY” A.V. Mamonov
To whom it may concern,
In the past few years, I was being a Chairman of the State Examination Board of the Dostoevsky Omsk State University on the Programme of Applied Mathematics and Physics. I would like to highlight that Master's Degree Graduates of Applied Theoretical Physics are members of the widely recognized scientific school specialized in physics of phase transitions. They have demonstrated decent fundamental physical and mathematical training, knowledge of modern methods in supercomputer modeling and theoretical techniques, proficiency with multimedia tools for presenting and processing scientific information, and, at last but not least, their desire and ability to learn.
In conclusion, I would like to emphasize that Master's Degree students from the Omsk State University demonstrate steadily a high scientific level of their final qualification works that is is a merit of the teaching staff of the Applied Theoretical Physics Programme.
Dr. Sc. in Physics,
Professor of Ural Federal University
named after B.N. Yeltsin,
Yekaterinburg, Russia Alexander S. Ovchinnikov