If you apply to the Master's in Computational Mathematics program online, you will be asked to indicate your interest in one or more of the following areas of Computational Mathematics research. This information will be used to identify potential supervisors for your research project.
Not all areas of research or supervisors are taking students in any given year. The more areas of research you indicate interest in, the more likely we are able to match you with a potential supervisor.
Areas of Computational Mathematics
- Computational finance
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Computational number theory
- Computational optimization
- Computational statistics
- Computing in biology and medicine
- Computational Fractal Geometry
- Control systems
- Image processing
- Machine learning and data mining
- Numerical linear algebra
- Numerical methods for PDEs
- Operations research
- Symbolic computing and computer algebra
See also here for a list of potential research supervisors and their areas of interest.