MathMods :: Joint MSc

Semester4

Semester4

Thesis  @  1 of the 5 partners  30 ECTS credits

In the fourth semester all students will be working on their Master's thesis.

The topic of the thesis can be proposed to the student by the local coordinator of the master or by the student him/herself. In any case, the MathMods executive committee is the responsible to approve the thesis project before its formal start. The taste and expectations of the students are respected whenever possible. The student must write a short thesis project, with the help of his/her advisor, for the approval by the executive committee. The local coordinator in the hosting institution is the responsible to provide an academic advisor to the student, although proposals from the students will always be heard in this respect. Although the thesis is scheduled for the fourth semester, some preliminary work may be anticipated, if the opportunity requires so, but ensuring that the student can follow the courses of the third semester without problems. Clearly, in this point, the personalised attention to the students has to be intensified, and decisions taken case by case.


The thesis topic can be related to a problem proposed by a private company. In this case, a tutor will be designated by the company as responsible person of the work of the student, especially if he/she is possibly working in the facilities of the company; however, the academic advisor is, in any case, the responsible to ensure the progress, adequacy and scientific quality of the thesis. The necessary agreements between the university and the company will be signed in due time, according to the local rules, in order that academic credits could be legally obtained during an internship, and the students be covered by the insurance against accidents outside the university.

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Below you can find a list of the Master degrees awarded by the MathMods consortium


Local Master's Degrees


Joint Master's Degrees

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Joint MSc in "Mathematical Modelling in Engineering: Theory, Numerics, Applications", equivalent to:
- Laurea Magistrale in "Ingegneria Matematica", issued by the University of L'Aquila;
- Master in Mathematical Modelling in Engineering: Theory, numerics, applications, issued by the Vienna University of Technology

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Joint MSc in "Mathematical Modelling in Engineering: Theory, Numerics, Applications", equivalent to:
- Laurea Magistrale in "Ingegneria Matematica", issued by the University of L'Aquila;
- Master in Technomathematik, issued by the University of Hamburg

Local or Joint degrees are awarded to the students who have successfully completed the MathMods programme as shown in the chart below

mathmods diploma Institution awarding the degree(s)
L'Aquila Wien
Hamburg
Nice

Institution where you spend your Year2

L'Aquila Joint  Joint (*) Joint (*)  
Wien Joint Joint    
Hamburg Joint   Joint  
Nice  Local     Local

* Only awarded if the student has spent Semester2 in such institution

Here are some examples:

  1. If you spend your Semester2 in Hamburg and your Year2 in L’Aquila, you will be awarded:
    1. a joint degree by L’Aquila and Hamburg.
  2. If you spend your Semester2 in Vienna as well as your Year2 in Vienna, you will be awarded:
    1. a joint degree by L’Aquila and Vienna.
  3. If you spend your Year2 in France, you will be awarded:
    1. a local degree by Nice; a local degree by L’Aquila.

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Our partners' addresses

University of L'Aquila, Italy (UAQ)

Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, via Vetoio (Coppito), 1 – 67100 L’Aquila (Italy)

University of Hamburg , Germany (UHH)

Department of Mathematics
Bundesstr. 55
20146 Hamburg - Germany

University of Côte d'Azur, Nice - France (UCA)

Laboratoire J.A.Dieudonné
Parc Valrose, France-06108 NICE Cedex 2

Vienna Univ. of Technology, Austria (TUW)

Technische Universität Wien
Institute of Analysis & Scientific Computing
Wiedner Hauptstr. 8, 1040 Vienna - Austria

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