The Academic Master's Course in Mathematical Modeling presents an integrated, coherent and well-defined formative profile, as it is based on the natural confluence of consolidated areas of knowledge. With an unprecedented approach, the Master's course in Mathematical Modeling integrates the body of knowledge of Computer and Information Sciences to Applied Mathematics, with contexts of applications in the social, economic, biological and health sciences.
The course enables the master's student to develop the ability to analyze scenarios and support decision making in situations of intensive use of data and information, in addition to having the objective of training excellent researchers in the area.
Graduates in mathematics, statistics, applied mathematics, computing, engineering, physics, economics and related fields, who wish to work with scientific and technological research in public or private institutions, subsidizing the decision-making process in any spheres, or who want to continue their academic training in doctoral level in the area.
LINES OF RESEARCH
• Stochastic Methods
• Control and Optimization
• Finance and Risk
• Data Science
• The courses take place from Monday to Friday, mainly from 2:20 pm to 6:00 pm.
• Research Seminars are held on Thursdays, from 4 pm to 6 pm.
• The Masters in Mathematical Modeling takes 24 months.