Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät at the Uni Greifswald
Institut für Mathematik und Informatik
- Walther-Rathenau-Str. 47
- 17487 Greifswald
- Phone: +49 3834 420-4614
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Special features regarding teachingThe Greifswald combination of a Bachelor's degree with a Master's degree course in Biomathematics is unique in Germany. The progressive technical development makes it possible to analyse large, biological datasets quickly or to carry out simulations. Development and use of mathematical models for better understanding of the biological processes require in-depth knowledge in both areas. These are taught within the Biomathematics degree courses. In addition, there are options to change to the traditional Maths course and vice versa.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversity of Helsinki, Finnland; Universität Vilnius, Litauen; Universität Turin, Italien; Auckland University, Neuseeland; University of Canterbury, Neuseeland; Massey University (Palmerston North), Neuseeland; University of Tasmania, Australien
Special features regarding the equipmentComputer pool with 40 workstations for teaching; 2 computer pools for research in the respective working groups.
Special features regarding research activitiesIn research, the institute focuses on both theoretical and applied areas. There is the focus on biomathematics, which has been successful for 20 years and is now being strengthened by the area of statistics / data science. Another focus in the applied area is scientific computing and computer science (especially bioinformatics and computer graphics). Research in the theoretical field is concentrated in the Algebra, Geometry and Topology department, which cooperates with the Institute of Physics.
Support for foundersCentrally organised business start-up seminars and business plan competitions are held regularly. Professors can support start-ups as mentors.
Further information on research activitiesmath-inf.uni-greifswald.de/forschung/
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