Work of the MIF Studies office in the autumn semester

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This Autumn semester of AY 2020/2021 MIF Studies Office is at your service in a blended-work modality.

We invite our visitors to register and book appointments via e-mail to arrange date and time and assure qualitative service at place.

Non-registered visitors are only welcome at Naugarduko str. 24.

For your safety, you must wear facial mask inside the Faculty.

If you feel any symptoms of influenza like fever, please stay at home.


Applications for the spring semester exchange are open

Hello! Hello! Ciao! Ola! Zdravo!

Would you like ...

  • … improve and / or learn a new foreign language?
  • ... broaden your horizons, get to know a new culture and develop tolerance?
  • ... make new friends and develop independence?
  • ... gain invaluable academic and life self?

If you answered YES to at least two questions, we invite you to apply and participate in exchange program!

Registration takes place from 1 to 24 September.

Address of the list of universities for the spring semester:

We are also waiting for you at the informational meeting on September 17th at 3 p.m. via MS Teams for students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics.

Registration form

More information about ERASMUS+:

On the website of the International Relations Department of Vilnius University

On the VU MIF page

Information for freshmen: first steps

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Congratulations for joining the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics (MIF) of Vilnius University (VU). An interesting period is in front of you - the beginning of studies. Prospective students often ask where to look for exact information about their studies, how everything will start in the first few weeks. Here are the key steps to successfully prepare for the new academic year.

Welcome meeting for Master students at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics

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Welcome meeting on 1st of September at he Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics (24, Naugarduko str., Vilnius) in the room 102. Here is the best way to find the location.

During the meeting the Faculty and its facilities will be presented and all the processes for students. So it will be easier to navigate throughout your studies in Vilnius University.

Registration form online.

Welcome day programe

Due to prevention and safety measurements, please wear your own mask.

Important information for students

Dear students,

Probably you already received the news that regarding the Coronavirus prevention starting from 13 of March university will work REMOTELY (lectures, exercises, laboratory works, etc.). The contact study process is suspended until the midnight of 13 April with a possibility to extend this deadline as well if needed. Typically, learning and communication with the teacher will continue in a Virtual learning environment. Otherwise, professors will email you separately about the distance learning requirements, methods, and communication tools for the classes. If you do not receive such information, you should first contact the teacher.

We will seek to assist teachers in providing study materials and feedback during class sessions as scheduled. We expect understanding and flexibility from all sides to maintain the quality of our studies.

Thank you for support and cooperation. Stay healthy and mindful.

FinTech and RegTech: trends, issues and challenges

Date: 18 March, 8.30 a.m.
Location: VU Library Scientific Communication and Information Center, Conference room, Sauletekio ave. 5, Vilnius

The so-called exponential technologies such as the IoT, cloud, artificial intelligence or blockchain are changing the way how data is collected and processed, how business processes and transactions are executed, and how new services are developed and can be monitored or regulated by responsible institutions.

While industry players are already applying new knowledge to develop financial innovations, to improve customer experience, and to reduce costs, the dual novelty on the process and the tech side implies high uncertainties and risks with regard to management function and the capability of the regulatory function to be effective without compromising legal and ethical norms.
At this conference we will bring forth views, opinions, and arguments from the industry and academia to discuss the trends and challenges of the financial technologies (FinTech) and their compliance- and regulation-oriented programmes (RegTech).

The conference is intended for lecturers, students, enthusiasts, industry and government reps – all those who can benefit from open, motivated, interdisciplinary discussion on the topic.



08:30-09:00 Registration, welcome coffee and croissant
09:00-09:10 Tech Hub introduction and opening of the conference
09:10-10:20 Speaker presentation session 1
10.20-10.40 Coffee break
10.40-11.20 Speaker presentations session 2
11.20-12:20 Panel discussion, Q&A session


1) Learning to work with machines
Gintautas Jonutis, Director & Global Head of Robotics & Automation, Western Union

2) Theoretical perspectives on organisational regulation
Prof. Vladislav V. Fomin, Distinguished Professor, VU Kaunas Faculty

3) Possibilities and limitations today in FinTech
Liudas Kanapienis, CEO at Ondato

4) The importance of ethics in artificial intelligence
Dr. Deimantė Teresienė, Head of Finance Department, VU Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

5) Regulatory Sandbox: opportunity of testing financial innovations
Dovilė Arlauskaitė, Project Manager, Bank of Lithuania

Moderated by: Audrius Rutkauskas, Innovation center manager, SEB Bank

Event is free. Registration mandatory

Seminar ,,Spectral analysis of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of second order non-local boundary-value problems“

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Date: 24 February, 5 p.m.
Location: 102 (J. Kubiliaus) aud., Naugarduko st. 24

Speaker: Erdoğan Şen (Tekirdag Namik Kemal university, Turkey)


In this talk, after an introduction about our previous works on spectral analysis of eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of second order boundary value problems (BVPs) with/without retarded argument we present our results obtained during our joint research with prof. Artūras Štikonas. We investigate the existence of solutions and find asymptotic formulas for eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of second order non-local BVPs.

All are welcome to attend.

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