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Department of Mathematics
Education:
Department of mathematics ensures all educational activities in mathematic for all fields of study within the faculty. Students gain quite a deep knowledge in mathematical analysis, linear algebra at three levels of difficulty: A, B, or in a subject called Mathematics They also learn basics of working on computers. Courses in other mathematical disciplines, such as ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical methods, theory of probability and mathematical statistics follow.
Department of Mathematics guarantee education in the following bachelor courses:

Mathematical Engineering  specialisation Mathematical Modelling

Mathematical Engineering  specialisation Applied and MathematicalStochastic Methods

Mathematical Informatics

Applied Informatics
followup masters courses:

Mathematical Engineering

Applied and MathematicalStochastic Methods

Mathematical Informatics

Applied software engineering
and doctoral courses:

Mathematical Engineering  specialisation Mathematical Modelling

Mathematical Engineering  specialisation Software Engineering
Science and research:
Four scientific groups are working at the Department of Mathematics at the FNSPE CTU in Prague.
 GAMS  Group of Applied Mathematics and Stochastics is involved in studies of physical, biological and social systems, mathematical statistics methods, mathematical analysis and theory of probability. These are especially statistical analysis of data, formulation of theoretical transport model and searching for relevant analytical solutions, mathematical methods in defectoscopy, probabilistic estimates of low 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 that are interesting both in terms of mathematics and physics. Let us mention several research topics: Lie and Hopf algebras, Hilbert space operators, integrable systems, timedependent quantum systems, or perturbative methods in both classical and quantum mechanics.
 MMG The activities of this group are devoted to the development of advanced methods in scientific computing, mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of complex phenomena in hightech design, environment protection and computer science. The group participates in the research and development as well as high education of young experts in the mathematical engineering. The collaboration is developed with the well established universities and institutes worldwide as well as with industrial corporations worldwide.
 TIGR  Activities of Theoretical Informatics Group are devoted to current themes of discrete mathematics with applications to informatics and physics, such as nonstandard representation of real numbers, combinatorics of words, aperiodic tillings. Currently, the main focus is on combinatorial, algebraic and numeral theoretical tasks with applications in theoretical informatics.
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Contact:
Trojanova 13Praha 2
120 01
tel.: +420 22435 8540
fax: +420 23435 8643
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Web: km.fjfi.cvut.cz
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