- Have an overview over current international litterature, scientific writing and ethical norms for a specific topic and can be critical to different sources of information.
- Demonstrate an in depth insight and comprehension of a specific topic.
- Be able to put the specific subject in the context of the field (mathematics) and have an understanding of, and be able to describe the underlying theory.
- Use methods in mathematics to elucidate and analyse a problem.
- Be able to carry out a literature search and scientific writing.
- Be able to present and convey the independent work using the terminology and language of the research area.
- Be able to use and analyze relevant methods and tools specific for mathematical modelling, calculations and/or numerical methods.
- Be able to elucidate and analyze the results and conclusion related to the chosen assignment.
- Understand the ethical standards for scientific work.
- Can convey an extensive independent research work
- Be able to analyse relevant theoretical models or results supported by the research results.
- Be able to reflect and critical assesment of one's own work.
- Can defend a high ethical behaviour in an academic contex.
- Can comfortably use relevant software to calculate and/or oral and written presenation.
Required prerequisite knowledge
At least 60 ECTS credits in mathematics and physics and the following subjects: STA500 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 2 / STA510 Statistical modeling and simulation, MAT310 Mathematical Analysis, MAT620 Field Theory/ MAT630 Algebraic Geometry.
We also refer to the rules for the Integrated Teacher Education with Physics as subject 1 and the current requirements of completed credits to start the master's thesis work.
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- Course teacher
- Tore Selland Kleppe , Michal Jakub Kapustka , Pavel Gumenyuk , Martin Gunnar Gulbrandsen , Sigbjørn Hervik , Paul Georg Papatzacos , Alexander Ulanovskii , Jan Terje Kvaløy , Bjørn Henrik Auestad
- Course coordinator
- Alexander Rashkovskii
- Head of Department
- Bjørn Henrik Auestad
Method of work
Sist oppdatert: 18.09.2019