Fakultät für Mathematik und Informatik at the Uni Würzburg
Institut für Mathematik
- Am Hubland
- 97074 Würzburg
- Phone: +49 931 888-5021
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Special features regarding the equipmentOwn Mathematics departmental library with 100 quiet workstations; room for independent learning and group work (also contact to the JIM academic assistants); all the courses in Mathematics and in most applied subjects are on one campus (with good links by public transport); several CIP computer rooms with special software for Mathematics; WiFi coverage everywhere; e-learning platform with materials for nearly all courses, including some videos of lectures; campus licences for various Mathematics software packages for Mathematics students.
Special features regarding research activitiesDiverse research activities in various areas of analysis, their neighbouring subject areas and fields of application; basic research in the key areas of Pure Mathematics; inter-disciplinary links with Applied Mathematics and Statistics; contact to research and internationalisation also through summer and winter schools; doctorate at the Graduate School of Science and Technology; intensive networking with Mathematics-related subjects, in particular with Physics due to the subject of Mathematical Physics; "Studienbasar" (Studies bazaar) and other programmes for connecting with researchers.
Support for foundersUniversity Career Centre.
Other special featuresOur focus in the Mathematics course: Broad range of courses for all facets of Mathematics. This is why there are four Bachelor's/Master's courses. In the Bachelor's degree course there are options to change in the first year in particular and to change from the Bachelor's to the Master's course. A Mathematics course is not easy – especially at the beginning. There is therefore a focus on a good start to the course and individual support for any initial difficulties. Mixture of examinations: We believe in regular informative feedback on individual academic progress. There are therefore often ungraded exams and also oral examination with an overview feel to them.
Further information on research activitieswww.mathematik.uni-wuerzburg.de/forschung.html
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Last update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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