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On  17.03.2020, at 11:00 in  the assembly hall of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics at the regular meeting of scientific –subject seminar on discussion of doctor’s degree dissertations of Dissertation Council D01.111 Elnara Bukhsay qizi Akhundova’s  Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics dissertation «The convergence of spectral decompositions corresponding to ordinary differential operators of the third order» by the speciality 1211.01-“Differential equations” will be discussed.

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The seminar on “Multi-sublinear fractional maximal operator and multilinear fractional integral operators on generalized Morrey spaces” was held

On 13.03.2020, at 11:00 a seminar of “Mathematical Analysis” department “Modern problems of harmonic analysis and applications” was held. At the seminar the PhD student of the department Afag Farhad gizi Ismailova was report on “Multi-sublinear fractional maximal operator and multilinear fractional integral operators on generalized Morrey spaces”.

In  the talk was discussed the boundedness of the multisublinear maximal operator and multilinear singular integral operators on generalized Morrey spaces.

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Today is the International Day of Mathematics

March 14 is International Mathematics Day.

Taking into account the contribution of mathematics to the global challenges that the world population seeks to address – climate change, biodiversity loss prevention, food needs forecasting, and sustainable development goals in light of global population growth, UNESCO appealed the International Mathematical Union UNESCO to hold International Mathematics Day.

At the 40th session of the UNESCO General Assembly hold on November 26, 2019, in Paris it was decided to mark the International Math Day on March 14 each year.

The relevant resolution of UNESCO General Assembly called the member states, as well as intergovernmental organizations, research centers, civil society organizations, universities, etc. to celebrate this day in the most appropriate form and using the possibilities of the International Mathematics Day to implement new innovative projects with the aim of enhancing the potential of mathematics in the member states.

According to Turkish professor Betul Tanbay, a member of the board of the International Mathematical Union, as well as a member of the International Mathematics Day project, the main focus of this event is to convey the importance of all sciences to the world community and its role in the development of modern science. “This important date, which is celebrated as an official holiday for the first time this year, will be remembered by numerous events on math”, said the scientist.

Note that since this year, March 14, is Saturday, UNESCO will hold events dedicated to International Math Day, on March 13.

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ANAS President met with the Italian Ambassador to our country

The President of ANAS academician Ramiz Mehdiyev met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Italy to Azerbaijan, Augusto Massari.

The meeting was also attended by the first vice presidents of ANAS – academician Isa Habibbayli and academician Ibrahim Guliyev.

During the meeting, which was held at the Presidium of ANAS, academician Ramiz Mehdiyev noted that relations between Azerbaijan and Italy span a long historical period. Recalling the recent visit of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev to Italy, the head of the academy said that cooperation between our countries has been successfully developing in all areas. Highly appreciating the relations between Azerbaijan and Italy that have developed in a number of industries, including in the scientific sphere, Academician Ramiz Mehdiyev emphasized the advisability of developing and implementing new research projects. Emphasizing that it is necessary to further expand the relationship between ANAS and scientific organizations in Italy, the president of the academy emphasized the importance of the cooperation agreement that the parties plan to sign. Recalling his recent meeting with the head of the well-known Italian publishing house Sandro Teti, academician Ramiz Mehdiyev noted that books that will be translated into Italian will tell Italian readers not only about political life in Azerbaijan, but also about the development of science and literature.

Thanking the President of ANAS academician Ramiz Mehdiyev for the warm welcome, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Italy to Azerbaijan Augusto Massari spoke about the history of relations between the two countries. Expressing his confidence in expanding ties between research organizations of both countries, the ambassador emphasized the importance of the protocol being prepared for signing and spoke about the details of the document.

The head of the Office of External Relations of the ANAS Presidium apparatus, PhD in Biology Esmira Alirzayeva said that the protocol on scientific cooperation between Azerbaijan and Italy is at the final stage of development, and then spoke in detail about joint projects that are implemented by scientific institutions of both countries.

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Doctor of mathematical sciences professor Bahram Aliev gave a talk “The solvability some boundary value problem for elliptic differential operator of second order”

Today the regular Institute seminar was held. In the seminar of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics of ANAS the Chief Researcher of the Department “Differential Equations” professor Bahram Aliev gave a talk “The solvability some boundary value problem for elliptic differential operator of second order”.

In paper some boundary value problem for elliptic differential operator of second order in case a complex parameter contains in equation and in boundary condition is considered.

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Rules changed in connection with the master’s education

The Cabinet of Ministers has amended the “Content and organization of training in master studies and the rules for granting “master’s degree”.

In this regard, Prime Minister Ali Asadov signed a decree.

The corresponding change in master’s education identified two forms of study – full-time education (full involvement in fulltime education and partial involvement in parttime education) and part-time education.

The standard duration of full-time education is 1.5-2 years, and part-time education is six months longer than full-time education. This period is determined by the educational programs of various specialties. The standard duration of full-time study (parttime) is determined in accordance with the individual curriculum of the undergraduate.

It was noted that regardless of subordination and form of ownership, master’s education can be carried out on a paid basis and by state order in all higher educational institutions and ANAS. Payment for the education of children who have lost their parents and are deprived of parental care are paid for from the state budget during tuition on a paid basis in state, municipal and private higher educational institutions, as well as in ANAS.

The content of master studies covers the planning of the educational process and research work, the forms and methods of its implementation, the volume of the study load, the duration of the stages of study (semesters), the types of training (lecture, lesson, laboratory, etc.), the volume of different subjects and requirements in the curriculum for qualification of a specialty.

The planning and organization of the educational process and research work are determined on the basis of the curriculum (exemplary employee), subject programs and work programs prepared in accordance with it. The form and structure of these plans are determined by the higher educational institution and ANAS.

Programs in subjects indicated in educational programs are developed by higher educational institutions and ANAS, approved by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan, and programs in selected subjects included in curricula by educational institutions and ANAS will be approved by educational institutions and ANAS.

Work programs in subjects will be developed and approved by a higher educational institution and ANAS.

Work curriculum (syllabus) – a document reflecting the description of the subject prepared on the basis of the corresponding program and the subject taught, its goals and objectives, short content, duration and types of lessons, student assignments for independent work, deadline for their completion, hours of consultation, information about teacher, teacher requirements, assessment criteria, an intermediate assessment table, and a list of used literature.

The organization of training at the master’s level is carried out under the credit system (ECTS – the European credit transfer system used in European countries) based on the rules approved by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan in accordance with the requirements of state standards for higher education.

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