The Applied Mathematics program is designed for students interested in the applications of mathematics in various areas such as computational sciences (fluid mechanics, materials science, mathematical biology, etc.), engineering, image processing, ICT, and mathematical finance. The program also provides excellent preparation for graduate study in chosen subjects.
The program provides students with a strong background in mathematics and computing skills required by diverse areas of applications. Successful completion of the program would allow the students many career choices in research institutions and in industry.
Mathematics is an indispensable tool for scientists and engineers. Many important discoveries in physics, chemistry, and biology require a deep understanding of mathematics. Weather forecasting, search engines, and internet security would not exist but for mathematics. These practical applications in return often raise many mathematical problems which are very challenging and interesting.
Mathematics has also become increasingly important in areas like economics and social sciences where it provides a broad set of qualitative and quantitative tools to organize and analyze big data sets.
|Integral and theory of measures||3|
|Introduction to Probability||3|
|Complex analysis and Fourier analysis||3|
|Numerical methods 1||4||With ICT|
|Mathematical modelling||2||With Physics|
|Numerical methods 2||3|
|Digital signal processing||4||With ICT|
|Artificial intelligence & machine learning||4||With ICT|
|Numerical PDE||3||Optional||With Physics|
|Multivariate analysis||3||With Physics|
|Graph theory and Combinatorics||4|
|S6||Introduction to cryptography||4||Optional|
|Statistical data analysis||4||Optional|
3. PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Upon graduating from the Applied Math program, students should be able to
- Analyze and model practical problems mathematically
- Carry out computation on the computer to study the problems
- Work in industries or pursue higher study
4. JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Some career choices for students who graduated from the program are:
- Continue graduate training abroad. Top students can get recommendations from the program committees and/or the lecturers for a master’s scholarship in Europe, the USA, or Asia. As of 2017, a master’s scholarship in France is typically 500 – 1000 euros/month and a Ph.D. scholarship in France is typically 1200 – 2000 euros/month.
- Continue in the USTH’s Masters of ICT or Master of QCF. Scholarships are available and awarded based on USTH’s policy.
- Get a job in the industry. The foundations and skills provided by the program will enable students to work in various sectors, such as banking and insurance, telecommunication, software engineering, tech startup, etc.
5. CONTACT INFORMATION
– About the training program:
Department of Fundamental Applied Science (FAS)
Tel: (+84-24) 37 91 86 18
Add: Room 703, 7th floor, A21 building, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi
– About Admission:
Department of Academic Affairs (DAA)
Tel: ( + 84-24) 7772 7748
Add: Room 102, 1st floor, A21 building, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi