Single-Course English 5 ECTS

Modern Methods in industrial Mathematics

Overall Course Objectives

Develop experience with concrete problem solving in industrial mathematics

Learning Objectives

  • Interpret and simplify descriptions of industrial processes
  • Balance use of a variety of mathematical descriptions
  • Clarify relevant dimensional ranges of validity for technical descriptions
  • Interpret the influence of parameters in mathematical models
  • Work effectivly in knowledge-sharing groups
  • Analyze and use available data
  • Apply advanced numerical tools as solution support
  • Present concise and relevant conclusions in a tecjnical report

Course Content

Three days of course work in current topics of applied mathematics and industrial modelling, followed by 1 week of active participation in the ESGI workshop.

Recommended prerequisites

at least a B.Sc. in applied mathematics

Teaching Method

3 days of lecture courses + active participation in the ESGI workshop following the lecture course


Limited number of seats

Minimum: 3, Maximum: 15.

Please be aware that this course has a minimum requirement for the number of participants needed, in order for it to be held. If these requirements are not met, then the course will not be held. Furthermore, there is a limited number of seats available. If there are too many applicants, a pool will be created for the remainder of the qualified applicants, and they will be selected at random. You will be informed 8 days before the start of the course, whether you have been allocated a spot.

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13 weeks




DTU Lyngby Campus

Course code 02940
Course type PhD

10.600,00 DKK

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