Mathematics mini courses (2020/2021)

Course code
Name of lecturer
Marco Caliari
Marco Caliari
Number of ECTS credits allocated
Academic sector
- - -
Language of instruction
not yet allocated

Learning outcomes

The mathematics mini-courses are offered by highly qualified international staff and focus on one or more of the classic disciplines of mathematics, i.e. mathematical logic, algebra, geometry, complementary mathematics, mathematical analysis, probability and statistics, numerical analysis and operational research and their possible applications. At the end of a mini-course, the student will have a solid perception of the deep connections between mathematical and non-mathematical disciplines, will be able to read advanced mathematics texts, even at the research level and will be able to build and develop mathematical models for the physical and natural sciences and / or for statistical and economic-financial processes and to analyze their limits and applicability.


Please, refer to the list of mini-course offered in the current academic year

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Alfio Quarteroni Numerical Models for Differential Problems (Edizione 3) Springer 2017

Assessment methods and criteria

To be agreed with the program director responsible of the mini-course. It can be an oral discussion, the solution of a given task or the development of an own project.