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M.Tech. in Industrial Mathematics and Scientific Computing (MA1)

The primary objective of this programme is to train the manpower required to deal with the problems faced by industry through knowledge of mathematical modeling and scientific computational techniques so as to achieve reduced costs, flexibility and high quality.

The curriculum is interdisciplinary in nature and the course contents provide a broad understanding of the different aspects of applied mathematics and computer applications. The lecture-based courses cover a wide spectrum of topics including mathematical modeling, applied statistics and probability, operations research, numerical methods, discrete mathematics, data structures and simulation. The laboratory courses provide necessary training in advanced techniques of software and simulation. Students are also required to take suitable courses from engineering and science departments. Modeling workshops, spread over two semesters, are an integral part of the programme, during which the students gain proficiency in the modeling of real world problems, experience in team work and effective technical communication.

An important component of the programme is the project work that will be done by the student in collaboration with industry and engineering / science departments. The aim of the projects is to impart in-depth training in the analysis of problems relevant to industry.

Programme Codes:

  • MA1Y -> M.Tech. in Industrial Mathematics and Scientific Computing with HTTA
  • MA1N -> M.Tech. in Industrial Mathematics and Scientific Computing without HTTA

For further information visit web-site: mat.iitm.ac.in


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