Doctoral School of Mathematics and Scientific Computing

 
Degree: PhD
University: Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) , Faculty: Doctoral Programmes
City: Graz , Country: Austria
Discipline: Natural Sciences
 
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    € 760 (non-EEA)
  • Start Date of Studies Unknown
  • Programme Alternatives full-time
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    The object of the Doctoral School of Mathematics and Scientific Computing jointly organised by Karl-Franzens-University and Graz University of Technology in the framework of NAWI Graz is to train doctoral students at a postgraduate level in the sub-disciplines of mathematics taught at Graz and to prepare them for scientific occupations in these fields.

    The doctoral programme imparts the ability to independently carry out basic and applied research in mathematics and neighbouring areas. Basic elements of the doctoral programme, on the one hand, are the introductory and advanced seminars which are organised by both universities, and on the other hand, the advanced courses.

    The aim of the Engineering Sciences doctoral program at Graz University of Technology
    is, beyond the pre-professional education and training, to acquire the ability to do
    consolidated, independent scientific work in the technical fields of competence of Graz
    University of Technology. Students who accomplish this objective are awarded the academic degree of Doctor of Engineering Sciences (Dr. techn.).

    Qualification Profile:

    A Doctor of Engineering Sciences of Graz University of Technology has consolidated and
    perfected the ability to formulate engineering and scientific questions abstractly and to
    develop research-based analyses and problem-solving approaches, and is capable of doing independent scientific work on a high level.

    She/he is capable of carrying out team work in the field of engineering and scientific research in both the university and industrial sectors, as well as to assume a coordinating and leading function.

    She/he has a broad basis as well as a consolidated specialisation and can thus broaden and innovatively apply scientific knowledge in different fields of application.

 
 
 

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