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Computing involves activities that require, use or create algorithms through machines such as computers. The field incorporates various studies and topics, including software engineering, information systems, computer science, computer engineering and information technology.
Being the largest city in Sweden, Stockholm has over 1.3 million people in the urban area. The city comprises of several Islands and it is the capital city of Sweden. Stockholm has over 10 universities and colleges.
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Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE) is a master’s programme within the multidisciplinary field of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), which
Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE) is a master’s programme within the multidisciplinary field of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), which is an enabling technology for scientific discovery and engineering design. CSE involves mathematical modelling, numerical analysis, computer science, high-performance computing and visualization. The remarkable development of large-scale computing in recent decades has turned CSE into the “third pillar” of science, complementing theory and experiment.
Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering at KTH, TU Berlin and TU Delft
The programme is given jointly by KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Technical University of Berlin (Germany) and Delft University of Technology (Netherlands)....
Students from the master’s programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics will become skilled applied mathematicians, well-prepared for advanced industrial positions
Students from the master’s programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics will become skilled applied mathematicians, well-prepared for advanced industrial positions or continued graduate studies. The programme contains four tracks: Computational Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Optimization and Systems Theory, and Statistical Learning and Data Analytics.
Applied and Computational Mathematics at KTH
The programme consists of foundation courses that are mandatory for all students, and once the individual specialisation track is chosen, there are relevant required courses within that area as well. Regardless of which track students attend, the final term consists of a degree project that may be carried out in an academic or industrial environment in Sweden or abroad. Students are welcome to discuss project ideas with the staff at the Department of Mathematics but are also encouraged to seek other contracts, in the academic world and in industry, to identify suitable projects. The result of the degree project is provided as a written report and as a presentation at a seminar....