FCSE - Полоцкий государственный университет
The Faculty of Computer Science and Electronics is a community of students, teachers and researchers who are united by their interest in the structure of equipment and the wish to find new solutions in the sphere of electronics.
We collect and transfer knowledge, carry out research and develop technologies for sustainable development and promotion of innovations. We prepare graduates who can take the leading positions in different spheres of electronics and computer sciences.
We teach students to understand the key principles which compile the modern electronic and computer technologies and help to creatively apply their understanding of science and principles of engineering for solving issues in the future professional life.
We imbue the minds of our students with adherence to ethical standards, attentive and careful relation towards any aspect of their future job. We develop an ability to qualify constantly, which helps to adapt to fast-changing circumstances.
Major research areas
  • technical channels of digitalized voice data leak
  • pulse methods of geological prospecting surveys of hydrocarbon deposits
  • energy-efficient materials, technologies and equipment
  • control of asymptotic characteristics of dynamic systems
  • plasma-based emission electronics and science of polymers and semiconductor structures
  • theory of control of asymptotic invariants of linear systems of simple differential equations
  • fractional integral differentiation and its applications
  • finite groups classification
  • theory and methods of teaching mathematics

Bachelor’s Degree Programmes

Master’s Degree Programmes

Postgraduate education

  • Vacuum and Plasma Electronics
  • Mathematical Logic, Algebra and Number Theory
  • Methods and Systems of Data Safety, Information Security
  • Electrophysics, Electrophysical Devices

Continuing education

  • Diagnostics and Maintenance Work the Power Equipment of the Organization

Department of Mathematics and Computer Security

Department of Physics

Department of Power Engineering and Electronics