Mathematical Modelling in Engineering: Theory, Numerics, Applications

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OBJETIVES

The master, with a 2 years duration and 120 ECTS, wants to provide students with a cross-cultural education while they get acquainted with both theory and applications of mathematical modelling in engineering.

Mathematical modelling lies at the heart of most current technological innovations and has become a fundamental tool in many fields of engineering. Essentially multidisciplinary in its applications, mathematical modelling and simulation is in its own right a key technology which is bound to increase its presence within efficient industries and business innovation departments. This programme reflects this multidisciplinarity, drawing on the unifying mathematical aspects from the various and often separate engineering disciplines. This allows the development of an essentially unified methodological approach to modelling and simulation of real engineering challenges.

This master have the distintion Erasmus Mundus. The institutions impicated are:

  • Università degli Studi dell'Aquila.
  • Universität Hamburg.
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
  • Université de Nice.
  • Politechnika Gdanska.

And associated partners are:

  • Brno University of Technology.
  • Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.
  • University of Maryland.
TARGET AUDIENCE

Bachelor in Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, and Sciences in general with a fair background in mathematics. Enough knowledge of the English language required.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Innovation and research departments in medium to big companies, in the engineering, financial or biomedical sectors; scientifical research.

BUSINESS-ORIENTED

The master thesis (30 ECTS) is done preferably as internships or in collaboration with companies. It is also possible to write more academically oriented thesis in a university department.

 
 
COORDINATORS
  • Prof. Bruno Rubino, Coordinador General. Università degli Studi dell'Aquila.
  • Prof. Ingeniun Gasser, Universität Hamburg.
  • Prof. Aureli Alabert, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
  • Prof. François Delarue, Université de Nice.
  • Prof. Jaroslaw Ribicki, Politechnika Gdanska.
FOR MORE INFORMATION

Mr. Danilo Larivera | info@mathmods.eu

Website | http://www.mathmods.eu