InterMaths : Joint double degree Msc  programme in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics – Mathematics for New Materials Design

InterMaths is a joint interdisciplinary double degree Master’s programme held within the frame of the InterMaths International Consortium of several European Universities:

  • University of L'Aquila (UAQ) in Italy
  • Brno University of Technology (BUT) in the Czech Republic
  • University of Silesia in Katowice (US) in Poland
  • Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT) in Poland
  • Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (IFNUL) in Ukraine
  • V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (KhNU) in Ukraine
  • Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (TSNUK), in Ukraine

InterMaths is structured in two academic years of full-time study and requires students to achieve 120 credits to gain their final qualification.

Gdańsk University of Technology in collaboration with University of L’Aquila offer the holders of the Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Mathematics, Materials Science, Nanotechnology and related fields of study a double degree Master’s programme in Nanotechnology and Mathematical Engineering - Mathematics for new materials design. Upon successful completion of the programme students are awarded the following degrees:

  • Master of Nanotechnology (awarded by GUT)
  • Master of Mathematical Engineering (awarded by UAQ)

Students will spend their first year at UAQ and second year at GUT, earning 60 ECTS credits in each Institution according to the following study plan:

First year (University of L’Aquila)

MODULE NAME

ECTS credits

Semester

Applied partial differential equations

6

I

Dynamical systems and bifurcation theory

6

I

Functional analysis in applied mathematics and engineering

9

I

Control systems

6

I

Complex analysis

6

II

Stochastic modelling and simulations

6

II

Discrete and continuum mechanics with applications

9

II

Numerical methods for linear algebra and optimisation

6

II

Parallel computing

6

II

Total

60

 

Second year  (Gdańsk University of Technology)

MODULE NAME

ECTS
credits

Semester

Quantum simulations with particles

6

I

Computer modelling and design of materials

5

I

Mechanics of composites and metamaterials

6

I

Introduction to low dimensional systems and nanotechnology

6

I

Classical simulations with particles

6

I

Ethics in nanotechnology

1

I

Humanities and social science course 1

2

II

Humanities and social science course 2

1

II

Methodology of scientific research

1

II

Master’s Thesis

26

II

Total

60

 


Individual study plans may also be taken into account, if appropriately motivated, but they will have to be approved by the InterMaths Executive Committee.

To find out more about the Mathematics for new materials design programme and other paths offered by the InterMaths Partners please visit https://www.intermaths.eu/ or contact one of our coordinators:

  • Bruno Rubino (UAQ, bruno.rubino@intermaths.eu)
  • Justyna Szostak (GUT, justyna.szostak@intermaths.eu)

 

MathMods – Erasmus Mundus MSc in Mathematical Modelling in Engineering

 

MathMods - International Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Courses are offered at the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics of the Gdańsk University of Technology. MathMods that have been offered since 2007 are two-year MSc courses in the field of Mathematical Modelling attended by students from all over the world. The courses are taught by five European Universities. Apart from the Gdańsk University of Technology these are:

  • University of L'Aquila, Italy - main coordinator;
  • Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain;
  • University of Hamburg, Germany;
  • University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France.

Each MathMods student pursues the program of study at two Universities at least and all instruction is in English.

The first two semesters are taught at L'Aquila and then in Hamburg. The second year of study in the specialization Advanced Computer Methods in Materials Science is taught in Gdańsk. The first semester includes five subjects:

  • Classical Simulations with Particles,
  • Quantum Simulations with Particles,
  • Computer Modelling and Design of Materials,
  • Continuum and Discrete-Continuum Models,
  • Introduction to Nanotechnology and Physics of Low-Dimensional Systems.

The second semester is the Master's Thesis preparation.

More information about the MathMods courses and guidelines and deadlines for submitting applications are available on the project website http://www.mathmods.eu/ or at the coordinator's office at the Gdańsk University of Technology, Prof. Jarosław Rybicki (jaroslaw.rybicki@pg.edu.pl).

 

Double MSc diploma

The Master Degree Course in Physics offerings range from freshman seminars to advanced graduate classes. Undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are mentored in research in condensed matter, atomic and laser physics, as well as quantum information and nuclear physics

International Agreements with Gdańsk University of Technology:

For more information about the guidelines and deadlines for submitting applications please contact the coordinator's office at the Gdańsk University of Technology, Prof. Jarosław Rybicki (jaroslaw.rybicki@pg.edu.pl).

Postgraduate studies at our faculty: