Studies in mathematics

The mathematics department is responsible for one bachelor programme, three master's programmes and two doctoral programmes.

Bachelor programme

A new programme in engineering mathematics (civilingenjör i teknisk matematik) will start in the fall of 2020.

Master's programmes

There are three master's programmes at the department: mathematics with focus on pure mathematics, joint with Stockholm University and leading to a joint degree, applied and computational mathematics with specializations in computational mathematics, mathematics of data science, financial mathematics and optimization and systems theory, and COSSE, a multidisciplinary programme joint with TU Berlin and TU Delft.

Master's programme in Mathematics

Master's programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Master's programme in Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering

Doctoral programmes

There are two doctoral programmes at the department: mathematics and applied and computational mathematics.

Doctoral programme in Mathematics

Doctoral programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Information for current doctoral students (link coming)

Courses

The department offers a large number of courses on all levels.

On the undergraduate level: basic courses in calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, numerical analysis and mathematical statistics for most engineering programs at KTH. More specialized courses in numerical analysis, optimization, statistics and pure mathematics.

Bachelor level courses (link coming)

On the advanced level: a large number of courses mostly within our master's programmes in applied and pure mathematics.

Master level courses (link coming)

On the graduate level: courses for our doctoral programmes in applied and pure mathematics.

Graduate level courses

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