The Department of Applied Mathematics mainly consists of three fields, including mathematics of phenomena, statistical mathematics, and information mathematics. The curriculum requires first-year students to complete common classes in the school of fundamental science and engineering. Second-year students then complete specialized classes for the department of applied mathematics. Common classes are available for third and fourth-year students who can freely select classes depending on their interests and level of understanding.

[Structure of the Department]

Mathematics of phenomena

Keywords: Nonlinear system, analysis of wave motion, complex system, soliton, mathematical materials engineering, etc.

Statistical mathematics

Keywords: Mathematical statistics, financial theory, actuarial science, medical statistics, financial time series analysis, etc.

Information mathematics

Keywords: Computational mathematics, information mathematics, coding theory, encryption theory, high-precision numerical computation, etc.