The School of Mathematics and Physics of JUST, formerly known as the Department of Basic Courses at Shanghai Shipbuilding Industry School, was renamed the “Basic Courses Department” in 1978. In 2001, the name was changed into the “Department of Mathematics and Physics” and finally the name “School of Mathematics and Physics” was adopted in 2005. The School consists of 5 departments and 1 center, namely, the Information and Computer Science Department, Applied Statistics Department, Applied Physics Department, Undergraduate General Mathematics Department, Undergraduate General Physics Department and Experimental Center. The School has 88 faculty members, including 6 professors, 22 associate professors and 1 senior experimentalist. The School has 5 master supervisors and master’s or doctor’s degree holders among the full-time teachers reach 85%.

The School of Mathematics and Physics attaches great importance to the construction of infrastructure and labs. The Physics Laboratory is a provincial-level experimental teaching demonstration center. With a total area of 3,910 square meters, the lab’s total asset is worth up to 12 million Yuan. The number of expensive articles, each of which is more than 200,000 Yuan, is 11. Besides, the School also has the College Physics Lab, Applied Physics Lab and Mathematics Lab, which not only undertake the task of experiment teaching and graduation design for students in the physics major, but also provide a platform for teachers’ academic research and students’ science and technology practice.

Our School owns 1 master degree program named Physical Electronics and 3 undergraduate degree programs: Information and Computer Science, Applied Physics and Applied Statistics. There are 652 enrolled undergraduates and 9 postgraduates at the School.

Based on the educational view of training practical talents for the society and according to the features of science students, the School carries out a variety of the extra-curricular activities to promote the all-round development of students, organizes them to participate in the National Mathematics Contest for Undergraduates, Mathematical Modeling Contest, Advanced Mathematics Contest for Non-major Undergraduates of Jiangsu Province, Physical Innovation Competition of Jiangsu Province and Extracurricular Science and Technology Works Competition and so on in order to cultivate students' scientific research and practical ability.

The School of Mathematics and Physics attaches great importance to the construction of infrastructure and labs. The Physics Laboratory is a provincial-level experimental teaching demonstration center. With a total area of 3,910 square meters, the lab’s total asset is worth up to 12 million Yuan. The number of expensive articles, each of which is more than 200,000 Yuan, is 11. Besides, the School also has the College Physics Lab, Applied Physics Lab and Mathematics Lab, which not only undertake the task of experiment teaching and graduation design for students in the physics major, but also provide a platform for teachers’ academic research and students’ science and technology practice.

Our School owns 1 master degree program named Physical Electronics and 3 undergraduate degree programs: Information and Computer Science, Applied Physics and Applied Statistics. There are 652 enrolled undergraduates and 9 postgraduates at the School.

Based on the educational view of training practical talents for the society and according to the features of science students, the School carries out a variety of the extra-curricular activities to promote the all-round development of students, organizes them to participate in the National Mathematics Contest for Undergraduates, Mathematical Modeling Contest, Advanced Mathematics Contest for Non-major Undergraduates of Jiangsu Province, Physical Innovation Competition of Jiangsu Province and Extracurricular Science and Technology Works Competition and so on in order to cultivate students' scientific research and practical ability.

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