Advanced mathematics focuses on the study and creation of mathematical and computational tools broadly applicable in science and engineering, and on their use in solving challenging problems in these and related fields.
From ecological modeling to mechanics, from statistical analysis to mathematical economics, areas of investigation are diverse. This master’s program offers advanced theoretical knowledge in this complex and dynamic domain.
Core compulsory courses
Qualitative theory of ordinary differential equations; Group theory and applications; Mathematical methods in fluid mechanics; Methodology of the mathematical research; Nonlinear partial differential equations; Techniques of function approximation; Rings and modules; Applied nonlinear analysis; Complex analysis in on and higher dimensions; Algebraic topology; Homological algebra.
Core optional courses
Geometric function theory in several complex variables; Potential theory and elliptic boundary value problems; Aspects of critical point theory; Fixed point theory for multivalued operators; Reaction-diffusion systems; Periodic solutions of differential systems; Modules and abelian categories; Morse Theory; Representations of groups and algebras; Category theory.
Bachelor degree in Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Engineering
Students coming from:
- EU/EEA – 3000 RON/year
- Non-EU countries – 3000 EURO/academic year
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