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Institute for Mathematical Methods in Medicine and Data Based Modeling
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Our courses.

The Institute of Mathematical Methods in Medicine and Databased Modeling offers regularly several mathematics courses for students of the Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences as well as for the Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics & Business, e.g.,

  • Mathematics 1 and 2 for Bachelor students in Mechatronics, Polymer Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology, Medical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Mathematics I and II for Bachelor students in Statistics
  • Mathematics for Bachelor students in Business and Economics
  • Mathematics for Physics and Fundamentals of Natural Sciences for Technology (NaSciTech)
  • Discrete Structures for Bachelor students in Computer Science

In addition we regularly offer special courses capturing aspects of our current research topics which are open for Bachelor, Master or PhD students in mathematics or other MINT-related study programs. We may mention our courses on

  • Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems
  • Special lectures and seminars dealing with various subjects like, e.g.,  many-valued logics, lattice theory, evolutionary algorithms, or image processing and adaptive optics.


If you are interested in writing a Bachelor, Master or Phd thesis under the supervision of our department, we kindly ask you to send an email to either Univ.-Prof. Dr. Luca Gerardo-GiordaAssoz.Univ.-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Susanne Saminger-Platz or Assoz.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Vetterlein. We are looking forward to receiving your message!

In addition to the previously mentioned special lectures and seminars, since many years we are organizing a seminar titled "Advances in Knowledge-Based Technologies" in cooperation with SCCH, opens an external URL in a new window. Within the seminar, Master and PhD students present their latest results as well as colleagues and cooperation partners may report on their actual research foci. The seminars are organized like mini-symposia with a collection of abstracts and approx. 30 minutes of presentation including discussion and coffee breaks.


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