Numerical Analysis: Master ́s Thesis
Official Course Description
The aim of the degree project is that the student through an independent project should show knowledge understanding, competence, skills, ability, judgement and approach in accordance with the requirements for obtaining a Degree of Master of Science in mathematics with specialisation in numerical analysis. The degree project shall be specialised and show that the student can apply numerical methodology.
The content and execution of the degree project are planned in consultation with a supervisor. The degree project consists of an independent smaller research or development assignment that can either relate to current projects at the department or to problems within the subject area at companies or other institutions within or outside the university. If the work is carried out outside the department, there should also be a supervisor at the department.
Admission to the course requires a Bachelor's degree in mathematics or equivalent and English B / 6. Furthermore, second-cycle courses in the mathematical disciplines comprising 45 credits, of which at least 22.5 credits in numerical analysis including the course NUMN20 Numerical methods for differential equations, 7.5 credits, or equivalent, are required.