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MAT3200 Mathematical Methods  10 stp
The course is administrated by
Faculty of Science and Technology
Type of course
The course is mandatory in the study program Mathematics and Finance  master, and it's included in the study programs Mathematics  master and Applied Physics and Mathematics  master (5years). It may also be taken independent of study program upon approval of the Department of mathematics and statistics.
Course contents
This is a course on the mathematical modeling of linear continuous systems. These are systems containing an infinite number of degrees of freedom. Examples taken from the modeling of traffic flow, heat conduction, waves and option pricing in economy (Blach Scholes formula). The course will cover both analytic and numerical methods and will give an introduction to the numerical solution of partial differential equations with emphasis on the basic model equations derived in the course. The course MAT2200, Differential equations, is a prerequisite and some familiarity with numerical methods is highly recommended. Some knowledge of physics would also be helpful.
Application deadline
Applicants from Nordic countries: 1 June for the autumn semester and 1 December for the spring semester. Applicants from outside the Nordic countries: 1 October for the spring semester and 15 April for the autumn semester.
Admission requirements
Bachelor of science degree in mathematics or equal, including our course MAT2200 Differential Equations or other equivalent course in differential equations.
Application code is 9371.
Application code is 9371.
Objective of the course
After the course the students are supposed to know
 Simple models leading to central partial differential equations
 First order partial differential equations
 Classification and solution methods for second order partial differential equations
 Separation of variables and generalized Fourier series
 integral transforms
 Green’s functions and og distributions
 Finite difference methods for partial differential equations
After the course the students are expected to be able to apply both traditional analytic solutions methods and numerical methods to solve partial differential equations.
Language of instruction
The language of instruction and the syllabus is English. Examination questions will be given in English, but may be answered either in English or a Scandinavian language.
Teaching methods
Lectures: 40 h
Coursework: 30 h
Coursework: 30 h
Assessment
One oral exam counting 100%.
Assessment scale: Letter grades AF.
Coursework requirements
A passing grade is required on the mandatory homework sets for permission to take the exam.
Recommended reading/syllabus
Available on request
Lectures Autumn 2018 First attendance: Thu 16th Aug, 09:15, Room A010, Realfagbygget 

Lectures 
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