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Masters in Scientific Computing


Course Description

Scientific computing is a multidisciplinary subject created by the need for making computer simulations in science and engineering. The programme provides a deep and detailed knowledge of Scientific Computing for solving major problems arising in industrial applications and in science/engineering.
The programme comprises compulsory and elective courses with a focus on numerical and applied mathematics, object oriented numerical programming, high performance computing using vector and parallel computers, scientific visualization, scientific and engineering applications, etc. Specialisations can be chosen through the elective courses to areas such as Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Elctromagnetics and High Performance Computing.

For more information: http://www.kth.se/studies/master/programmes/csc/2.1729?l=en

Entry Requirements

English proficiency. Bachelor's degree or other basic university education including courses in mathematics, numerical analysis and computer science including programming.

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