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Maryia Hundzina

Maryia Hundzina

Maryia Hundzina is an associate professor with the Instrumentation Engineering faculty of the Engineering Mathematics Department at Belarusian National Technical University, where she is involved in the development of student research. She became a Mathematica user in 2004, while a student at Belarusian State University. Her PhD thesis is devoted to the use of asymptotic methods in mechanical destruction, and her research interests include solving problems in the mechanics of a deformable solid and image processing.

Hundzina is the author of more than 100 papers in the field of applied mathematics, including three electronic educational and methodological manuals.

Hundzina says, “In my opinion, Wolfram Mathematica is a powerful tool for solving applied engineering problems. This is a universal calculation system that allows you to turn the idea into reality.”


Belarusian National Technical University


PhD in Physics and Mathematics, Belarusian National Technical University


Russian, English


Solving problems in the mechanics of a deformable solid, image processing and development of student research at the Instrumentation Engineering faculty