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Department of Mathematics
Education
Department of Mathematics is responsible for all courses in mathematics for all fields of study. Students gain quite a deep knowledge in calculus and analysis, linear algebra in courses of three levels of difficulty: A, B, or course called Mathematics. They also acquire the basics of computer literacy. Further courses comprise: ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical methods, theory of probability and mathematical statistics.
Department of Mathematics guarantee education in the following Bachelor Programme branches:

Mathematical Engineering  specialization Mathematical Modelling,

Mathematical Engineering  specialization Applied and MathematicalStochastic Methods,

Mathematical Informatics,

Applied Informatics,
Continuation Master Programme branches:

Mathematical Engineering,

Applied and MathematicalStochastic Methods,

Mathematical Informatics,

Applied Software Engineering
and Doctoral Programme courses:

Mathematical Engineering  specialization Mathematical Modelling,

Mathematical Engineering  specialization Software Engineering.
Science and Research
The Department of Mathematics comprises four research teams (groups)
 GAMS  Group of Applied Mathematics and Stochastics is involved in studies of physical, biological, and social systems; mathematical statistics methods; mathematical calculus and analysis; and theory of probability. They are concerned especially with statistical analysis of data, formulation of theoretical transport models and searching for relevant analytical solutions, mathematical methods in defectoscopy, probabilistic estimates of small social areas, study of so called Φdivergence, mathematical models of pedestrian movement, panic models, and others.
 MAFIA  Group of Methods of Algebra and Functional Analysis in Applications is involved in mathematical physics research. It is focused mainly on problems of interest both in terms of mathematics and physics. The main research topics are: Lie and Hopf algebras, Hilbert space operators, integrable systems, solvable models of quantum physics, timedependent quantum systems and perturbative methods in both classical and quantum mechanics.
 MMG  Mathematical Modelling Group is concerned with mathematical modelling and simulations of complex phenomena in hightech design, the protection of the environment, and computer science. The group divides their responsibility between research and development and training young experts in mathematical engineering and is also successful in cooperating with prestigious universities and institutions and industrial companies worldwide.
 TIGR  Activities of the Theoretical Informatics Group are devoted to current issues of discrete mathematics and applications to informatics and physics, such as nonstandard representation of real numbers, combinatorics of words, and aperiodic tiling of space. Currently, they focus is on combinatorial, algebraic and numeral theoretical? tasks with applications in theoretical informatics.
Cooperation with Institutions
Contact
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tel.: +420 22435 8540
fax: +420 23435 8643
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Web: km.fjfi.cvut.cz
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