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Master of Science in Computational Science (120 ETCS, English)

Course Description

Advanced mathematical modeling and high performance methods in numerical simulation open new perspectives for science, research and economy. Exploiting the capabilities of modern supercomputers, increasingly complex problems can be tackled - covering a very broad spectrum of disciplines, from exact and natural sciences to economics and social sciences, including biomedical, environmental, materials, and engineering sciences.
The Institute of Computational Science (ICS) provides a unique research environment, where strong competences in modeling, simulation and information science come together in an open and application oriented atmosphere. At ICS, mathematical state-of-the-art simulation and modeling techniques meet software design and development. This specialized major aims at exploiting the unique nature of this group. Given the high ratio between the number of professors and that of students, personal assistance and mentoring is a natural part of the modern teaching environment of ICS, which also features a project-based approach ensuring continuous experience on real life problem solving based on a sound theoretical background. It is complemented by the choice of English as teaching language, state-of-the-art knowledge in methodology and development, and access to HPC resources.

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Student Profiles

Master in Informatics bursary - 5 Awards

Università della Svizzera italiana organises a contest for 5 study grants for the Faculty of Informatics for the academic year 2015/2016. Each bursary corresponds to the annual tuition fee and it is renewable for two years in the case of the Bachelor degree and for one year in the case of a Master degree, meaning that it may cover the tuition fee for the whole study programme.Only those who completed their previous academic degree (usually the Bachelor’s) with a final GPA of at least 80/100 canparticipate. Their resumes will also be considered.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Each bursary corresponds to the annual tuition fee and is renewable for one year


The contest is open to students who will start their first year of Master studies at the Faculty of Informatics. The selection will be based mainly on merit, where merit is determined by the results of the previous academic degree that gives access to the Master (usually the Bachelor’s). Also other criteria connected with the candidate’s resume will be considered. The decision will be made by a selected group from the Faculty of Informatics including the Academic Director of each Major.

Application Procedure

One part of the grants will be awarded to participants who apply by April 30th, 2015.
They will be informed about the outcome of the contest by May 16th, 2015.
The rest of the grants will be given to candidates who submit their applications by July
31st, 2015. The results will be known by August 17th, 2015.

Further Information


Entry Requirements

The formal requirement for admission to the Master's degrees in Informatics is a Bachelor's degree from a recognised university in the field of Computer sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Electrical engineering, or related disciplines. Furthermore, good command of English is required.

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