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Mathematical Physics For Students

The aim of mathematical physics is to adapt concept and methods of pure mathematics to study physical problems. A student interested in mathematical physics may choose to have as a major for her/his Master Degree (FM-tutkinto) either Mathematics or Theoretical Physics. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Department of Physics offer a wide range of courses pertaining to Mathematical Physics education. On the basis of such offer the interested student can compose a study plan with emphasis on the mathematical or on physical side according to her/his preferences.

Summer Jobs and Opportunities

Summer student positions in mathematical are available through the center of excellence analysis and dynamics. Please visit the corresponding page to read about how to apply.

Professor Kupiainen is willing to supervise

  • Master's Theses, Ph.D. Theses, and the like.

He may also assign

  • reading courses in diverse fields of mathematics and physics.

The latter include subjects such as Stochastics, Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Turbulence, and Field Theory. If interested, please contact Kupiainen directly.

Basic and Intermediate recommended courses (Perus-Ja Aineopinnot).

Below a list of recommended courses (most courses are available in english if there is demand).

Mathematics:

Please refer also for updates to the dedicated web page hosted by the Mathematics and Statistics Department.

Theoretical Physics:

Please refer also for updates to the dedicated web page hosted by the Physics department.

Advanced courses (Perus-ja Aineopinnot).

Mathematics:

Please refer also for updates to the dedicated web page hosted by the Mathematics and Statistics Department.

Theoretical Physics:

Please refer also for updates to the dedicated web page hosted by the Physics department.

Courses taught by the Mathematical physics group personnel.

The topic of the course "Introduction to mathematical physics" may vary from semester to semester. It is often aimed at
providing an introduction to hot topics in contemporary mathematical physics.

 

Other training activities

During each semester, the Mathematical Physics Group also has a

Moreover, the students have organized informal "study groups" concentrating on a chosen subject.

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