College of Science,
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics
MSc (Applied Mathematics), part-time
Areas of interest
- Multibody system dynamics, numerical bifurcation analysis, piecewise smooth dynamical systems, biomathematics.
- Quantum field theory and conformal field theory, vertex operator algebras, modular groups and forms.
- Theoretical high energy physics: renormalization theory and supersymmetry.
- Modelling and analysis of diffusion problems arising in solid state physics and drug release; modelling of wastewater treatment processes—in particular, anaerobic processes.
- Elastic waves and stability, Nonlinear Solid Biomechanics.
MSc (full-time) GYT73
MSc (part-time) GYT74
Fees for this course
EU: €4,529 p.a. 2013/14 inclusive of student levy
Non-EU: €13,750 p.a. 2013/14
Full time EU Fee €4,529 p.a.
Part time EU Fee €2,915 p.a.
VO Thi Ngoc Tuoi
"Being a PhD student in Applied Mathematics has given me a golden chance of gaining in-depth knowledge and experience. The purpose of my project is to develop and analyze mathematical model governing the diffusion of a drug through a polymer-coated stent used for the prevention of restenosis. After my study, I could pursue a career in the biomedical device industry or in academia."