Mathematics/Applied Mathematics research education subject

The Mathematics/Applied Mathematics research education subject area includes pure and applied mathematics, including algebra, analysis, stochastic processes and mathematical statistics, engineering mathematics, financial mathematics, discrete mathematics, optimization, operations research, computational mathematics. Mathematical modeling, basic research in Mathematics and interdisciplinary research are central for the subject.

The subject of Mathematics is a broad one and historically is one of the basic subjects at faculties of technology and faculties of natural sciences in Sweden and abroad. Mathematics/Applied Mathematics is one of the professor represented research and educational subject areas at Mälardalen University. 

Research education in the area of Mathematics/Applied Mathematics is important to secure quality and research base in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics in education programs and courses at Mälardalen University and interdisciplinary collaboration.

The subject Mathematics/Applied Mathematics has a subject collegium as well as a supervision collegium for the research education. 

Download the current (and previous) general syllabus for research education in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics 

Current general syllabus valid from 2014-09-30 (pdf 153 kB)    (in Swedish)

Previous general syllabus for research education in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics 

Previous general syllabus for research education in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics

valid for those admitted before 2014-09-29 (pdf 477 kB)

valid for those admitted before 2007-07-01 (pdf 16 kB)

 

Read more about the research environment and subject Mathematics/Applied Mathematics in Mälardalen University.

 

Contact persons:

Professor Kimmo Eriksson , Subject representative for Mathematics/Applied Mathematics at Mälardalen University (subject on undegraduate and research education levels)

Professor Sergei SilvestrovScientific research leader for Mathematics and Applied Mathematics researh environment at Mälardalen University