The Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis pursues research at the highest level of ambition with focal areas in mathematical analysis, numerical analysis, stochastic analysis, and systems and operations research. It is responsible for teaching mathematics in the BSc programmes of the four engineering schools. Moreover, it offers MSc and doctoral majors in mathematics, mechanics, and systems and operations research.
In comparison with many of its international counterparts, the department has received recognition for its exceptional ability to attract external funding and to engage students in concrete, applied research projects that respond to the needs of its non-academic partners.
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On 7 August 2014, the Finnish Academy of Technology awarded Professor Olavi Nevanlinna with a medal of merit for his impressive accomplishments in developing Finnish technological culture as well as for his long-term work on behalf of the Academy.
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2.10. 13:00 Dr James Grime (Cambridge): Encryption and decryption – A
2.10. 14:15 Arnau Padrol (Freie Universität Berlin): Realizations of inscribable and egg-scribable polytopes – TU 5
3.10. 9:00 Riikka Kangaslampi, Matteo Brunelli, Ragnar Freij, Helle Majander, Jouko Lehtomäki: Math Camp 2014 – Sannäs
6.10. 12:15 Martti Karvonen: Frobenius algebras in functor categories – M2 (M233)
8.10. 12:15 Teemu Lukkari (University of Jyväskylä): TBA – M2 (M233)
8.10. 14:15 Benny Avelin (University of Jyväskylä): The Quest for a Boundary Comparison Principle for the Parabolic p-Laplace Equation, Part II. – M3 (M234)