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Mathematical Modeling and Application of Mathematics

Degree program Master’s Program: Mathematical Modeling and Application of Mathematics

Qualification awarded: Master in Applied Mathematics

Admission requirements

  1. The candidates should be prepared for an interview on the following themes:
  2. Interpolation.
  3. Approximations in Hilbert spaces.
  4. Numerical integration.
  5. Numerical solution of linear systems of algebraic equations.
  6. Finite difference methods for initial value problem for first-order ordinary differential equations.
  7. Variational methods for boundary value problem for second-order ordinary differential equations

goals

  • Educational
    The Program aims to provide students with a solid education in one of the following areas:
    – creation and study of mathematical models of processes in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology and Engineering;
    – development and study of effective numerical methods and algorithms for solving the mathematical problems obtained through the modeling;
    – use of available software for scientific calculations. 
  • Professional
    The Program aims to provide students with a solid education in the fields of contemporary numerical methods, high-performance computing systems, development and use of software for mathematical modeling in at least one domain of science and engineering. It prepares the students to deal with mathematical modeling of real processes and to work in interdisciplinary research teams.

Access to further studies

The master’s program facilitates a further PhD degree study in the same specialty.

Course structure diagram with ECTS credits (60 per year)
Disciplines with numbers 1, 2, 9 must be in a student’s curriculum, unless they were included in his/hers bachelor’s study.
The student must also take 10 exams, choosing:
- 3 or more disciplines among 3, 9+10, 11, 13, 14, 18, 20;
- 1 or more disciplines among 4, 5, 15, 19;
- 1 or more disciplines among 6, 16, 21, 24;
- 2 or more disciplines among 7, 8, 12, 22, 23.

Examination and assessment regulations
Assessments are made on the basis of written exams and/or course projects.

Final examination
Master’s thesis

Technical facilities  
Computer laboratories, libraries, software.

Research areas
Basic mathematical problems and applications in the corresponding domains.

Peculiarities of the application of the credit system

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