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Applied and Computational Mathematics (ACM) is a field in which mathematics is used to solve practical and theoretical problems for different applied areas. Applied problem areas are often found within the natural sciences, in industry, resource management, medical image processing and other areas. The relevant problems are described mathematically in one or more equations through a modelling process. These equations are solved by using numerical tools, and the results are used to improve the understanding of the original problems. Another essential part of the field includes basic method development within applied mathematics, where one examines how different classes of mathematical problems can be represented and solved efficiently by using computers. An education in Applied and Computational Mathematics enables the student to solve practical problems within different applied areas by using mathematical modelling, analysis and numerical calculation. Moreover, the student is taught a theoretical fundament which contributes to the understanding of relevant academic literature and how to make use of new methods and results in applied work. The Master programme in ACM has two mandatory courses, both offered in the spring semester: MAT252 Continuum Mechanics and MAT260 Scientific Computing 2. For course recommendations, see specializations below and course lists at the bottom of the page. The Master programme usually consists of 60 ECTS courses and a 60 ECTS Master's thesis, alternative 90 ECTS courses and a 30 E ...
Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen
The programme is aimed at students with an interest in mathematics who intend to qualify for research, development or teaching and seek employment where education in mathematics is required or considered an advantage. Within the Master's Programme in Mathematics, you can choose among the following specialisations, mirroring the four main research groups within pure Mathematics: Algebra: The Master's programme in Algebra gives a general background in mathematics, with special focus on algebra and algebraic geometry. Algebra is a classical field that is associated with the study of polynomials in several variables. Mandatory courses: MAT224, MAT242 and MAT243. Algebraic Geometry: The Master's programme in Algebraic geometry gives a general background in mathematics, with special focus on algebraic geometry. This is an area where one uses techniques from algebra and topology, and often also complex analysis or number theory, to study geometric objects as curves, surfaces and higher dimensional manifolds that can be defined through polynomial equations. Mandatory courses: MAT229, MAT242, MAT243. Mathematical Analysis: The Master's programme in Mathematical Analysis provides a general background in mathematics, with a special focus on mathematical analysis. The original meaning of the word "mathematical analysis" is closely associated with functions of one or more real variables, but modern analysis involves several other topics, some of a more abstract nature, such as general topology, measure theory and functiona ...
Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen
The Master of Science (MSc) in Mathematical Sciences at NTNU is a 2-year, International Master's degree programme where you develop strong analytical capabilities and become skilled at structuring, investigating and analysing information. Our graduates are in demand on the job market in sectors ranging from energy to finance, research, teaching and information technology. You can choose between five programme options: Algebra, Analysis, Topology, Statistics and Applied mathematics. ...
Provider NameNTNU Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet
How can we find out if a new medicine works and which genes increase the risk of a disease? How does an insurance company decide how much your insurance will cost? How can you measure the risk of a financial investment, find an optimal strategy, or set the price of an option? These are some of the questions that you can learn about in this study programme. Programme options: - Finance, Insurance and Risk - Statistics ...
Provider NameUniversitetet i Oslo
Nothing lasts forever. Except mathematics! Mathematics is the foundation for all the sciences as well as technology. Students may chose between three specialities; algebra, analysis/differential geometry or applied mathematics. Some of the special fields include cryptography, number theory, elliptic curves, algebra, differential geometry, complex analysis, non-linear waves and dynamical systems. In applied mathematics thesis topics may relate to plasma physics, optics, mathematical ecology and bioinformatics. The master's degree program comprises a master's thesis of 60 ECTS in addition to mandatory courses and a special curriculum amounting to 60 ECTS. These are dependent upon the speciality chosen. The following diciplines are offered: Algebra Analysis/Differential Geometry Applied Mathematics ...
Provider NameUiT Norges arktiske universitet
Statistics is a tool for analysing data in complex systems. The Master's degree program comprises a Master's Thesis of 60 ECTS, 20 ECTS mandatory courses in computer-intensive statistics and multivariable statistical analysis, and four courses (40 ECTS) of electives or special curriculum. The research-group in statistics at the University of Tromsø has its main focus on imaging, climate research, biostatistics, medical statistics and reliability analysis. The Master's Thesis, electives and special curriculum make it possible for students to specialise in these different areas. ...
Provider NameUiT Norges arktiske universitet
Do you want to gain expertise in mathematics? Then this is the programme for you! The master's programme in mathematics has two different profiles; one in mathematics education, oriented towards becoming a mathematics teacher, and one pure mathematical profile. In mathematics education, issues related to the teaching of mathematics are dealt with. The mathematical direction provided will allow students to gain advanced technical expertise and delve deeper into mathematics. Both profiles qualify students for lectureships after completed PPU education (Practical Pedagogical Education), and both qualify for PhD studies. The University of Agder has a strong team of experts in mathematics and mathematics education, and in 2013 was awarded the status of National Centre of Excellence in Teaching Mathematics (Matric) from the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education, NOKUT. ...
Provider NameUniversitetet i Agder