This degree is delivered after 12 months.
The program provides excellent training in many different areas of applied mathematics related to modeling with partial differential equations, with applications in fluid mechanics, wave propagation, porous media, etc.
This program provides access to doctoral studies, either in an academic context or in an industrial context (a collaboration between industry and UPPA).
- This program aims to provide strong skills in applied mathematics (partial differential equations analysis, numerical analysis, scientific computing and high-performance computing, optimization).
- Courses are focusing on applications in industrial problems, fluid mechanics, wave propagation, optimal design, etc.
- This program prepares students for leading positions in private and public organizations in research and development departments.
Semester 3 (30.0 ECTS credits)
- PDE Analysis (5.0 ECTS credits)
- Numerical Analysis of PDEs (5.0 ECTS credits)
- High-Performance Computing (4.0 ECTS credits)
1 option(s) to choose from 2:
- Project management for MMS and MSID (2.0 ECTS credits)
- Méthodology (2.0 ECTS credits)
3 option(s) to choose from 7
- Introduction to the numerical solution of the wave propagation problems (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Numerical modeling of flow and transport in porous media (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Finite Volume Methods for Hyperbolic Systems/Asymptotic Methods (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Stochastic PDE (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Advanced PDE (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Industrial Softwares (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Shape Optimisation/Fluid Mechanics (4.0 ECTS credits)
- Internship or Master's dissertation (30.0 ECTS credits)
Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of this program, the students in MMS will be able to:
- Elaborate and analyze mathematical models arising from physics, biology, geology, industry, etc.
- Elaborate and analyze numerical schemes.
- Develop, adapt and use industrial or research software of numerical simulation.
Prospects for employment or further study
- Scientific computing
- Mathematical and numerical analysis
- Ph.D. Student
English language requirements
- CECRL B2 level in English, or CECRL B1 level in English and CECRL B2 level in French.
- Students are allowed to use English or French during exams.
- All students who have completed four years in a higher education institution can apply.
- Sufficient skills in mathematics are needed (mathematical and numerical analysis). A limited number of students: 30 per year
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