The Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics (Corso di Laurea Triennale, three years) and the Master of Science Degree in Mathematics (Corso di Laurea Magistrale, two years), offered by the University of Pisa, are both part of the time-honored and solid tradition of mathematics here in Pisa. This tradition is founded in advanced research activities conducted in all fields of pure and applied mathematics and carried out by professors of the University Mathematics Department, also in synergy with the renowned "Scuola Normale Superiore". In keeping with this tradition, and with the high standards of research so typical of Pisa, our Mathematics Courses of Study aim to maintain and improve this level of excellence (at a national level and beyond), which has always distinguished them.
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Courses of the Bachelor's and Master's Degrees will be held in presence for the first term of Academic Year 2021/22; shifts may be implemented and managed via a dedicated APP to comply with the infection-preventing guidelines. More information in the page COVID-19 Emergency.
Timetable of lectures
Lectures will begin on Monday 27th September. The timetable for the courses is available at the page Timetable of lectures.
Instructions for students of the 1st year of Bachelor's Course
The first year courses in the first term are Arithmetic, Fundaments of programming with laboratory, Geometry 1, Introductory computational mathematics lab, and Mathematical analysis 1. Their lectures will be held in Aula G at the Polo Fibonacci: the first lecture is scheduled for the 27th September at 9:00. Please note that the booking procedure described at the COVID-19 Emergency page applies also for first year students.
Courses presentation (for students of the 3rd year of Bachelor's Course and of the Master's Course)
The presentation for the courses for the third year of the Bachelor's Course and for the Master's Course will be held online on 22nd and 23rd September. The calendar and the link to the virtual classroom are available at the page Courses presentation.
Instructions to access the virtual classrooms
In order to access the virtual classrooms, students have to go to the page esami.unipi.it, then select "On line lessons" from the menu on the left and clic on "Search". At this point students may enter the Italian name of the course or the teacher's surname in the form and clic on "Search", then clic on the course's name; a popup will appear with the link to the virtual classroom. You must use the University credentials, i.e. username and password given during the registration on the Alice portal, to log in—not a personal e-mail address. A pdf (in Italian) is available here with a summary of the instructions for following online lessons.