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.
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.
Traditionally number theory used the methods of algebra and analysis, to solve problems such as finding the number of integral of solutions of equations. In recent times geometric methods have been playing a more important role. Also, number theory has important applications in areas such as cryptography, theoretical computer science, and numerical mathematics. The ALGANT master course aims at introducing students into the latest developments of this fascinating subject.
The modules offered in this postgraduate certificate may well be of interest to mathematically inclined scientists and engineers, as well as to mathematicians. The information on this page is provisional and subject to change.
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 information on this page is provisional and subject to change.
The MSc in Mathematics 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.
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 Master of Science in Informatics at Grenoble is a highly competitive, two-year European standard (LMD) graduate program offering training in the areas of Distributed, Parallel and Embedded Systems ; Graphics, Vision, Robotics ; Artificial Intelligence and the Web ; Ubiquitous and Interactive Systems ; Security and Cryptology of Information Systems.
Artificial Intelligence - This course aims to impart the understanding and skills to develop intelligent software applications, such as those involving evolutionary computation and learning. Students will develop skills in specialist areas with clear applications in industry - including data mining, speech processing and machine vision.
This course aims to train students from a variety of academic backgrounds to work as statisticians in various sectors including higher education, research institutions, the pharmaceutical industry, central government and national health services.
This MSc will pursue theoretical and applied research issues encompassing the growing use of risk and optimisation in diverse sectors.
Master's Degree Programme in Bioinformatics MBI is a two-year MSc programme offered jointly by Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Helsinki Aalto University School of Science.
The objective of the University Master in Advanced Physics and Applied Mathematics (MFMA) is to provide an advanced training, specially oriented to graduate students aiming to enter later in a Doctorate program.