Applied Mathematics

College of Science,
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics

Course overview

The research activity of the discipline covers a range of topics in both Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, with a particular emphasis on dynamical systems theory, quantum field theory, conformal field theory and modeling and analysis of partial differential equations. Members of the discipline are involved in joint projects with other disciplines/research units within the University, and are also involved in a number of international collaborations.

Programmes available

MSc (Applied Mathematics), full-time
MSc (Applied Mathematics), part-time

Entry requirements

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Areas of interest

  • Multibody system dynamics, numerical bifurcation analysis, piecewise smooth dynamical systems, biomathematics.
  • Quantum field theory and conformal field theory, vertex operator algebras, modular groups and forms.
  • Theoretical high energy physics: renormalization theory and supersymmetry.
  • Modelling and analysis of diffusion problems arising in solid state physics and drug release; modelling of wastewater treatment processes—in particular, anaerobic processes.
  • Elastic waves and stability, Nonlinear Solid Biomechanics.

Find out more

Dr. Niall Madden | Mary Kelly
T 353 91 493 803 | 353 91 492 332
E niall.madden@nuigalway.ie; mary.kelly@nuigalway.ie
http://larmor.nuigalway.ie/

PAC code

MSc (full-time) GYT73
MSc (part-time) GYT74

Fees for this course

EU: €4,529 p.a. 2014/15 inclusive of student levy

Non-EU: €13,750 p.a. 2014/15

Full time EU Fee €4,529 p.a.

Part time EU Fee €2,915 p.a.

Current Students

VO Thi Ngoc Tuoi

Applied Mathematics

"Being a PhD student in Applied Mathematics has given me a golden chance of gaining in-depth knowledge and experience. The purpose of my project is to develop and analyze mathematical model governing the diffusion of a drug through a polymer-coated stent used for the prevention of restenosis. After my study, I could pursue a career in the biomedical device industry or in academia."

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