As a student in the Bachelor's Programme in Science, you benefit from the expertise of numerous inspiring scholars with solid teaching experience and broad researcher credentials.
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Dr. Flyura Djurabekova is a professor at the Department of Physics and Helsinki Institute of Physics. She is leading a research group in the field of Computational Materials Research. In a friendly and fully international atmosphere, the group members – young scientists from all over the world – are developing new computational methods and run multi-million atom simulations to understand better what causes materials to modify under extreme external conditions. The group collaborates closely with experimentalists from many countries and institutions. One of them is the successful collaboration with CERN. The tight connections with Universities in Europe, USA, Australia, Russia, China and India allow to apply the newly developed methods directly to explain the experiments of the collaborators, to make the nature open its secrets. This international spirit she will bring to the Bachelor Programme in Science to help the young people to find themselves in the exciting world of Science.
Enni Koksi - Deputy member: Antoine Guerin
Sergey Ichtchenko - Deputy member: Jeff Schymiczeck
At our Degree Programme, you'll benefit from the expertise of our exceptional faculty members. The dedication to teaching by our professors and lecturers, along with their international spirit, provides students with a world-class education.
Explore the full list of our professors and lecturers from each field on the departamental webpages.
Additionally, some of our mentors and teachers conduct their research at the Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR). You cand find their profiles on INAR's website.