Applied mathematics deals with a wide range of disciplines in different areas, as science, technology, business and industry. Applied mathematics aims to solve practical problems using mathematical methods and models, such as materials analysis and processing, weather forecasting, financial services, network management and many more tasks. Applied mathematics can include mathematical disciplines such as mathematics of engineering, linear programming, continuous modeling, numerical analysis, statistics, information theory, game theory, etc.
This Master’s degree covers the whole chain of quantitative finance, from theoretical aspects to the application in a professional setting. This Master draws on the recognized excellence of our engineering school in quantitative finance, and makes great use of the collaborations with the Universities of Paris-Dauphine and Cergy-Pontoise.
The program of study leading to the degree of Master of Science, while emphasizing continued work in basic physics, permits many options in several applied physics specialties.
The postgraduate diploma course has been designed for students who want to continue their mathematics studies by delving more deeply into particular aspects of pure and applied mathematics. The modules may well be of interest to mathematically inclined scientists and engineers as well as to mathematicians.
You will study in a welcoming and informal yet research-intensive atmosphere. The degree programmes are flexible, and you can match the studies to your academic interests. While writing your Master’s thesis during the final year of your study, you will have an excellent opportunity to take part in current research projects running at the Department. A Master of Science degree at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics forms a solid basis for PhD studies.
This is a highly competitive, two-year European Masters program offering training in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and the Web, Parallel, Distributed and Embedded Systems, Ubiquitous and Interactive Systems, Graphics, Vision and Robotics, Advanced Information Systems and Software Engineering.
The Master of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics is the sole graduate degree offered by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and as such, the graduate faculty and their research projects are highly accessible to students in the program. The two-year program is intended to provide a sound academic basis for careers in the natural, environmental, biomedical, and managerial science, as well as in engineering and in areas of research and development related to technology.
The MSc Advanced Dynamics of Discrete and Continuum Systems is designed for training highly professional scientists and engineers with the theoretical background and practical experience in theoretical mechanics, computational mechanics, IT, mathematical modelling and simulations, and distributed computing.
The Data Science Institute at Columbia University is developing technology to unlock the power of global data to help solve some of society's most challenging problems. It will develop the tools and talent to monitor and protect the critical infrastructure we depend upon, improve societal health and patient care, enhance communication and interactions within communities, predict financial failures, and keep personal data safe.
This academic program, for students registered in the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, emphasizes applied mathematics research in nonlinear dynamics, fluid mechanics, and scientific computation, with a current emphasis on geophysical, biophysical, and plasma physics applications.
The Master of Science in Space Studies program is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of space, including the historical, political, economic, legal, commercial, scientific and technical issues that make up this complex field of study.
Applied mathematics and statistics is an integral part of emerging fields such as computational medicine/biology, language processing, information security, and computer science. In today’s data-intensive world, it is used to answer questions and solve problems in areas as diverse as finance, government and law, medicine, and national defense.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Mathematics is awarded on successful completion of 60 credits of postgraduate mathematics study. The certificate course is a valuable qualification in itself or it can be the first qualification in a programme of mathematics study leading to a postgraduate diploma or an MSc.