Faculty

About Us

The Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics (FAMI) at the Technical University of Sofia is established at 2000. More than 18 years, the faculty aims to equip bachelor and master students with knowledge of the foundations of their chosen subject area and the skills necessary to apply their skills to real-world challenges. We offer a comprehensive range of courses and are involved in a wide range of exciting and innovative research that transcend the boundary between theory and practice. We enjoy a high international academic profile for our work in such areas as applied mathematics, applied physics, informatics, computer and software sciences. The structure of the faculty comprises four departments and one scientific and research laboratory as follow:

  1. Department of “Mathematical Analysis and Differential Equations”
  2. Department of “Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Methods”
  3. Department of “Applied Physics”
  4. Department of “Informatics”
  5. Scientific and research laboratory on “Computer Graphics and Geo-Informatics Systems” – software group ACSTRE (https://www.acstre.com/).

All departments in the faculty are very active in research and has been successful in attracting funding from both national and international level in addition to working with IT companies and industry. We have particular strengths in:

  • Applied Mathematics: Financial Mathematics, Statistics, Differential Geometry and Optimisation.
  • Applied Physics – Nonlinear Fiber Optics, Laser Physics, Laser Technologies, Nuclear Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Astrophysics and Plasma Physics.
  • Informatics and Software Science: Software Design and Integration, Programming in Java, Python, C#, Web Programming, Software Project Management, Big Data, Internet of Things, Information Security.

Specialties

Applied Mathematics and Informatics

This specialty provides training in applied mathematics with opportunities for a wide range of activities.

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Applied Physics and Computer Modeling

The specialty provides an in-depth study of the physical nature of the processes and phenomena in nature and the technique, as well as their computer modeling and simulations.

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Informatics and Software Science

This specialty aims to offer a new way of thinking and adaptability to the rapidly changing requirements of the information society and to the high rates of technologies for software development.

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Our Team

Departments

Section of mathematical analysis and differential equations is a fundamental research unit in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics at Technical University of Sofia. The academic staff of the section provides scientific research and teaching in undergraduate and graduate programs of a number of engineering disciplines and specialties, as well as of Applied Mathematics, Informatics and geoinformation systems.

  • Head - Prof. PhD Krasimira Stoyanova Prodanova
  • Assoc. Prof. Katia Georgieva Dishlieva
  • Assoc. Prof. Georgi Penchev Venkov
  • Assoc. Prof. DsC Ognyan Yordanov Kamenov
  • Assoc. Prof. Radoslav Todorov Tzvetkov
  • Assoc. Prof. Yanka Velikova Nikolova
  • Assoc. Prof. Yordanka Dobreva Paneva
  • Assist. Meglena Delcheva Lazarova
  • Assist. Svilen Ivanov Popov
  • Assoc. PhD Aleksei Jordanov Nikolov
  • Assoc. PhD Mirko Djalonardo Taruli
  • Assoc. PhD Stoyan Ivanov Dimitrov

  • Assoc. Prof. Daniela Gancheva Marinova
  • Assoc. Prof. Bogdan Nikolov Gilev
  • Prof. PhD Mihail Dimov Todorov
  • Assoc. Prof. Yonko Dinev Stoynov
  • Assoc. Prof. Zornitza Aleksandrova Petrova
  • Assoc. Angel Genchev Angelov 
  • Assoc. Hristo Genchev Genev
  • Assist. Kiril Raichev Petkov
  • Assist. Sevdalin Sevdalinov Tzvetanov
  • Assist. Silvia Kostadinova Baeva
  • Assist. Stanislav Toshkov Stefanov
  • Assoc. PhD Daniela Angelova Georgieva
  • Assoc. PhD Ivan Lubomirov Ataparmakov
  • Assoc. PhD Neli Dimitrova Sirakova

Dean's office: Galinka Dimitrova

Email: ipmi-k@tu-sofia.bg Office: 2228-А Phone: +359 (2) 965-3379

Student's office: Ani Kocheva

Email: ak@tu-sofia.bg Office: 2228A Phone: +359 (2) 965-2476

MSc Lubomir Petrov Georgiev

Phone: +359 (2) 965-2202 Office: 130-А, E-mail: lgeorg@tu-sofia.bg

Eng. Dimitar Voitanov Parvanov

Phone: +359 (2) 965-3268 Office:  9032

Eng.  Nikolay Nikolov Petrov

Phone: +359 (2) 965-3268 Office: 9032

Ivo Litkov Dimitrov

Phone: +359 (2) 965-3192 Office: 10001, E-mail: technik@tu-sofia.bg

MSc Peyu Stefanov Pasev

Phone: +359 (2) 965-3076 Office: 10512, E-mail: ppassev@tu-sofia.bg

Teodora Stoyanova Georgieva

Phone: +359 (2) 965-3104 Office: 10413, E-mail: tedi@tu-sofia.bg

          The Department of Informatics is established in 2016. It strives to provide a strong intellectual environment that fosters the discovery of new knowledge in a highly dynamic digital society through selected research and applied efforts and the growth of its students into critical thinkers and lifelong learners who can apply their skills in the new era of technology for built up the better society. The team members of the department have expertise covering a broad range of topics concerning software development and innovations, which is seen as a unique feature of the group with significant added value. Our new bachelor and master programs of “Informatics and Software Science” provide a hub to one of the fastest-growing career sectors in the job market. The software plays a critical role in improving the quality of life around us. An explicit aim is also to bridge the gap between theory and practice through collaboration with IT industry. The department has strong and beneficial relations to the leaders in IT sector as VMware Bulgaria, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Bulgaria, Bulgarian Association of Information Technologies (BAIT), Experian Bulgaria and many  others. Our vision is to offer up to date and flexible bachelor and master programs which will allow our graduates to be competitive in the global market.

Our Team:

The Physics department was founded in 1946 by prof. Sazdo Ivanov, the first Rector of the State Polytechnic in Sofia. It growing into the Institute of Applied Physics in 1989. The institute, on its turn, was transformed to the independent “Department of Applied Physics” in 1999 and became part of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics in 2016. The Department of Applied Physics is responsible for the general physics education of the students of all bachelor degree programs of Technical university of Sofia, including the students of the three foreign language faculties, as well as for several specialized bachelor’s and master’s degree level courses. The general physics education is supplemented by laboratory classes conducted in eight laboratories of the Department of Applied Physics. In 2018 Technical university of Sofia established a bachelor degree program called “Applied Physics and Computer Modeling” which belongs to the field of “General Engineering” (according to the National Register of academic fields). It descends form the specialty of “Engineering Physics” established in 2012 under the management of prof. Ivan Uzunov. The focus of the specialty “Applied physics and computer modeling” is on the study of the physical essence of the processes and the phenomena on which modern photonic, laser, optical, electronic and nano technologies, are based. Computer modeling and simulations comprise the second focus of the program. They replace many expensive and time consuming physical experiments yet allowing us to obtain the necessary information for a relevant technology, for the properties of the studied objects and systems and the processes involved. Students that enroll in this program will master the use of high level computer technologies and specialized professional software for the solution of engineering problems. The education includes the basic set of engineering skills, foreign language and basic economic and business knowledge and skills, which are indispensable for a job in the industry. Two laboratories equipped with experimental setups of the German company Phywe have been established to be used primarily for the General physics education in the “Applied Physics and Computer Modeling” bachelor program. The specialized laboratories of the department include a Laboratory of Optical Information Technologies, a Laboratory of Lasers and Laser technologies, a Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics, a Laboratory of Optics and Laboratory of Quantum Electronics. For more information please follow the link http://phys.tu-sofia.bg/

  • Assoc. Prof. Elena Yordanova Halova
  • Assoc. Prof. Ivan Zhivkov Stefanov
  • Prof. DSc Sashka Petrova Alexandrova
  • Prof. PhD Ivan Georgiev Koprinkov
  • Prof. DSc Ivan Mitev Uzunov
  • Assoc. Prof. Chavdar Momchilov Hardalov
  • Assoc. Prof. Christo Georgiev Christov
  • Assoc. Prof. Elena Yordanova Halova
  • Assoc. Prof. Hristo Tsvetanov Tarnev
  • Assoc. Prof. Ivan Zhivkov Stefanov
  • Assoc. Prof. Ivaylo Pavlov Minkov
  • Assoc. Prof. Magdalena Docheva Christova
  • Assoc. Prof. Todor Stefanov Petrov
  • Assoc. Prof. Todor Nikolaev Arabadzhiev
  • Assoc. Prof. Vanya Encheva Mikhaylova
  • Assoc. Prof. PhD Nikolay Petrov Denev
  • Prof. Ass. Eng. Rositsa Andreeva Pavlova
  • Assist. Aleksandrina Tsvetkova Dyankova
  • Assist. Nevena Angelova Kojuharova
  • Assist. Rumen Georgiev Kobilarov
  • Assist. Valentina Taneva Taneva-Toncheva
  • Assist. Vasiliy Ivanovich Vaskovskiy
  • Assist. Yordan Todorov Yordanov
  • Assoc. PhD Radostina Peneva Tasheva
  • Assoc. PhD Sava Dimitrov Donkov
  • Assoc. PhD Stanimira Dimitrova Terzieva

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