This program develops engineers equipped with the ability to pragmatically solve problems by designing logical and effective solutions and abstracting various real-world problems with mathematical models.
Features of the Program
The Graduate Program of Systems and Mathematical Sciences teaches using mathematical methodologies including operations research, statistics, and control logic while training in techniques of building mathematical scientific models as a meta-technique using case studies related to software engineering and mechatronic control engineering to develop the capability to pragmatically solve a wide variety of problems while flexibly incorporating transformational mathematical scientific techniques.
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Doctoral Course First Term
Doctoral Course Second Term