Objectives and Openings
Half of the courses on the "Applied Algebra" (A2) final specialization are in pure mathematics (algebraic curves, elliptic curves, and effective algebra). The other half are at the interface with IT (programming, cryptography, and automatic verification). This final specialization is taught at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin, with input from INRIA Saclay for IT interface courses.
Anticipated openings are academic or private research in pure mathematics, or in mathematics applied to control theory, cryptography and IT security. It is possible to specialize in a combination of subjects: theoretical IT and engineering jobs in the field of applied mathematics and IT (cryptology, robotics).