Objectives and Openings
The applied mathematics "flavor" aims to give a grounding in all main areas of applied mathematics (deterministic and stochastic modeling, optimization, systems control and statistics, scientific calculus), emphasizing both theoretical and practical aspects.
The program includes a substantial common core and gradually becomes more specialized. Attention is also paid to acquiring what are now essential skills: IT, English, communication and project management.
An internship carried out in an academic or company laboratory enables students to put into practise the knowledge and skills acquired on their study program.
This training leads naturally into M2 programs or final specializations in applied mathematics, both in theoretical and more applied aspects (modeling and simulation, numerical analysis of partial differential equations, statistics, optimization, operational research and finance). These degree programs lead to openings in many sectors in which modeling, simulation and optimization play a role (R&D sectors of big companies, university or major research institute laboratories).
Who to contact?
On the Orsay-Palaiseau site
- Coordinators: Christine Keribin
- Secretariat: Pascale Starck / Victoria Perez de la Borda