Zatorsky Roman – Head of the Department, Professor, was born 1953, graduated from the IvanoFrankivsk State Pedagogical Institute named after Vasyl Stefanik in 1973 on a specialty “Mathematics”. In 2003 he defended his PhD thesis on “Application of paradeterminants to the solving of some combinatorial problems” in the Taras Shevchenko National University in Kyiv. In 2012 he defended his doctoral thesis on “Application of the triangular matrix calculus to combinatorial analysis and probability theory”. From 2013 – Head of the Department.
He provides teaching of the normative course “Discrete Mathematics” and special courses “Logic”, “Theory of algorithms and mathematical logic”, “History and methodology of mathematics”. Research interests: paradeterminants, parapermanents and their application, combinatorics multisets. 

Kazmerchuk Anatolii – Associate Professor, was born in 1965, graduated from Moscow State University in 1987, specialty “Mathematics”. He studied at the graduate school at Moscow State University. In 1992 he defended his thesis on “To study of methods for constructing of the generalized solutions of quasilinear equations of the first order”. Since 1994 – Associate Professor.
He provides teaching normative course “Equations of the mathematical physics” and special courses “Differential equations in continuum mechanics”, “Theory of nonlinear differential equations of the first order”, “Generalized solutions of the equations of the mathematical physics”. Research interests: quasilinear equations of the first order, quasilinear systems of equations of the first order, the mathematical modeling in economics. 

Vasylyshyn Pavlo – Associate Professor, was born in 1971, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanik Precarpatian University in 1993, specialty “Mathematics”. He studied in graduate school at the Institute of Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics. In 2001 he defended his thesis entitled “Multipoint problem for equations and systems of partial differential equations”. Since 2001 – Associate Professor.
He provides teaching of the normative course “Numerical methods” and special courses “Mathematical methods for solving economic problems”, “Mathematical models in the natural and social sciences”, “Financial Mathematics”. Research interests: Multipoint problems for equations and systems of partial differential equations. 

Goy Taras – Associate Professor, was born in 1969, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanik Precarpatian University in 1993, specialty “Mathematics” with additional specialty “Informatics”. He studied in graduate school at the Institute of Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics. In 1998 he defended his thesis on “Problems with nonlocal boundary conditions for partial differential equations”. Since 2000 – Associate Professor.
He provides teaching normative course “Differential Equations” and special course “Operational calculus”. Research interests: problems with nonlocal boundary conditions for partial differential equations and systems of partial differential equations. 

Mazurenko Viktor – Associate Professor, was born in 1977, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanik Precarpatian University in 1998, specialty “Mathematics and Informatics”. He studied in graduate school at the National University “Lviv Polytechnic”. In 2003 he defended his thesis on “Discretecontinuous boundary value problems for generalized quasidifferential equations”. Since 2008 – Associate Professor.
He provides teaching standard courses “Control theory”, “Systems and methods of decisionmaking”, “Methods of optimization and operation research” and special course “Generalized quasidifferential equations”. Research interests: boundary problems for ordinary differential and quasidifferential equations with distributions in coefficients. 

Makhnei Oleksandr – Associate Professor, was born in 1977, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in 1999, speciality “Mathematics”. He studied in postgraduate school at the National University “Lviv Polytechnic”. In 2005 he defended his thesis “Singular quasidifferential operators on a finite interval”. Since 2008 – Associate Professor.
He provides teaching standard and special courses “Differential Equations”, “Mathematical software of systems of automation of applied research”, “Mathematical modeling”, “Methods of computer simulation”. Research interests: boundary value problems for singular differential and qusidifferential equations. 

Kostyshyn Lyubov – Teacher, was born in 1978, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in 2000, specialty “Mathematics”. She studied at the graduate school at the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University. In 2013 she defended her thesis on “Application of aggregationiterative methods for boundary value problems”.
She provides training courses: “Models of economic analysis”, “Mathematical models in the natural and social sciences”, “Programming in PHP using modern information technologies”, “Additional chapters of partial differential equations”. Research interests: aggregationiterative methods for ordinary differential equations and linear integral equations. 

Savka Ivan – Teacher, works parttime, was born in 1984, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in 2006, specialty “Mathematics”. He studied at the graduate Institute of Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics. In 2012 he defended his thesis on “Nonlocal boundary value problems for partial differential equations whose coefficients are varieties” in Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.
He provides the teaching courses: “Modeling of economic, environmental and social processes”, “Conditionally correct problems for partial differential equations”, “Mathematical models in biology and chemistry”, “Basics of Webdesign”. Research interests: problems with nonlocal boundary conditions for partial differential equations, metric theory of Diophantine approximations. 

Cherevatyi Volodymyr – assistant, was born in 1992, graduated from the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in 2014, specialty “Applied mathematics”. 