Vladimir Chugunov

Vladimir Chugunov

Post: Professor
Academic credentials: Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Full Professor

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Research Profile

  • group analysis of mathematical models of the flow of films of non-Newtonian liquids, as well as those containing “shallow water” equations
  • solving problems of dynamics of glaciers, mountain avalanches, bulk materials and surface ocean waves
  • new models with fractional derivatives of mass transfer in complex media


Mathematical Analysis

Higher Mathematics

Differential Equations

Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable

Additional Chapters of Mathematical Analysis: Laplace Transform and Its Application in Mathematical Modeling

Numerical and Functional Series and Their Applications

Period of Teaching and Research Service

47 years

Education and Degrees

Higher education


Mechanics of Liquid, Gas and Plasma

Total Period of Employment

47 years

Selected Publications

Scopus, eLIBRARY

SPIN-code: 7984−3493, AuthorID: 6635

Employment History

Since 2015, he has been employed at Moscow City University, having previously dedicated his scientific and pedagogical career to Kazan Federal University. His impressive trajectory led him from a student to the esteemed position of professor and director of the Lobachevsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics.

Throughout his professional journey, he has gained valuable experience by working in various renowned international scientific and educational institutions. These include the University of Orange (Algeria), Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany, the University of Manchester and the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in England, Tohoku University in Japan (where he received a JSPS grant), and the University of California in the United States.

His contributions to the field of research and education are reflected in an extensive publication record, consisting of over 190 scientific and methodological works. Among his notable achievements are seven published monographs and eight copyright certificates for his inventions. His scholarly impact is acknowledged by a Hirsch index of h=12 in the Scopus scientometric database, and h=11 according to Web of Science and RSCI.