Applied Algebraic Structures
- 7.5 credits
- Second cycle (A1F)
- Main area: Mathematics/Applied Mathematics
- School of Education, Culture and Communication
- Course code: MAA601
Algebra is a mathematical area with great width and depth which is applied in many different ways in science and technology.
In the course many algebraic and operator-algebraic structures, ideas, concepts, methods and computational tools will be introduced and applied in many different areas such as robotics, computer vision, life science, computer science, mechanics, automatic control, physics and optimization.
Among other thing the course contains symmetry analysis, commutative and non-commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, operads, Lie-algebras and linear representations focusing on their applications.
Autumn semester 2019, Västerås, week 36 - 45
- 50%, daytime
- Location: västerås
- week 36 - 45
- Language of instruction: English
- Apply code: MDH-21050
Application is opened one month before the last closing day for enrolments.
120 credit points in one or several of the following subject areas: Engineering, Natural Science, Economics or Business Administration with at least 60 credits in engineering and natural sciences including 30 credits in Mathematics / Applied Mathematics which must include either Applied Matrix Analysis, 7.5 credits or equivalent, or Abstract Algebra, 7.5 credits or equivalent. In addition Swedish B / Swedish 3 and English A / English 6 are required. In cases where the course is taught in English the requirement of Swedish B / Swedish 3 is excluded.
Course syllabus and literature