ModAffInt group

The ModAffInt group contains supplementary courses. Each course in this group yields 6 CFU/ECTS, except the ones marked with (*) which yield 9 CFU/ECTS. The courses are:

  • Advanced mechanics
  • Advanced numerical linear algebra
  • Advanced probability
  • Advanced statistics
  • Algebra 1
  • Algebra 2
  • Algebraic geometry A
  • Algebraic geometry B
  • Algebraic geometry C
  • Algebraic geometry D
  • Algebraic geometry E
  • Algebraic geometry F
  • Algebraic geometry G
  • Algebraic number theory 1
  • Algebraic number theory 2
  • Algebraic number theory 3
  • Algebraic topology A
  • Algebraic topology B
  • Algorithms and data structures
  • Analysis in metric spaces
  • Analytic number theory A
  • Analytic number theory B
  • Applications of differential equations in biomedicine
  • Applications of fluid dynamics in biomedicine
  • Approximation methods
  • Automated control theory
  • Calculus of variations A
  • Calculus of variations B
  • Category theory
  • Celestial mechanics
  • Coding theory
  • Coding theory and cryptography
  • Combinatorial optimization
  • Complements of mathematics education
  • Complex analysis A
  • Complex analysis B
  • Complex differential geometry
  • Computability theory
  • Computational commutative algebra and algebraic geometry
  • Computational real geometry
  • Computer algebra
  • Computer algebra A
  • Computer algebra B
  • Contact geometry
  • Continuous mechanics
  • Convex analysis
  • Coxeter groups
  • Cyclotomic fields
  • Data analysis
  • Descriptive complexity theory
  • Didactics of mathematics and new technologies
  • Differential geometry and topology
  • Differential operators and index theorems
  • Differential topology
  • Discrete dynamical systems
  • Discrete mathematics
  • Dynamical systems
  • Dynamics of the solar system
  • Elementary mathematics from an advanced standpoint: arithmetic
  • Elementary mathematics from an advanced standpoint: geometry
  • Elementary number theory
  • Elements of algebraic geometry
  • Elements of algebraic topology
  • Elements of calculus in homogeneous groups
  • Elements of calculus of variations
  • Elements of celestial mechanics
  • Elements of complex analysis
  • Elements of mathematical logic
  • Elements of probability and statistics
  • Elements of set theory
  • Elliptic curves
  • Elliptic equations
  • Equations of fluid mechanics
  • Ergodic theory
  • Étale cohomology
  • Evolution problems
  • Fields and Galois theory
  • Financial mathematics
  • Foundations of mathematics
  • Functional analysis
  • Functional spaces
  • Game theory
  • General topology
  • Geometric analysis
  • Geometric measure theory
  • Geometry and topology of surfaces
  • Geometry of metric spaces
  • Group theory
  • Groups and representations
  • Harmonic analysis
  • Higher algebra A
  • Higher algebra B
  • Higher analysis
  • History of ancient mathematics and its tradition
  • History of mathematics
  • Holomorphic dynamics
  • Homological algebra
  • Hyperbolic dynamics
  • Hyperbolic equations
  • Hyperbolic geometry
  • Introduction to geometric measure theory
  • Introduction to p-adic analysis
  • Introduction to quantum mechanics
  • Knot theory A
  • Knot theory B
  • Lie algebras and Lie groups
  • Linear algebraic groups
  • Linear and multilinear algebra
  • Linear and nonlinear waves
  • Low-dimensional topology and geometry
  • Math physics
  • Mathematical analysis 3
  • Mathematical logic
  • Mathematical methods in cryptography
  • Mathematical models in biomedicine and mathematical physics
  • Mathematical statistics
  • Mathematics and music
  • Mathematics and society
  • Mathematics for teaching middle school A
  • Mathematics for teaching middle school B
  • Measure theory
  • Microlocal analysis
  • Minimal surfaces
  • Model theory
  • Modular forms
  • Noncommutative algebra
  • Nonlinear analysis
  • Nonlinear capacity, variational inequalities and applications
  • Non-standard analysis
  • Numerical methods for Fourier analysis
  • Numerical methods for graphics
  • Numerical methods for Markov chains
  • Numerical methods for ordinary differential equations
  • Operational research
  • Operational research and communication and transport nets
  • Optimal control theory
  • Orbital determination
  • Ordinary differential equations
  • Origins and development of modern mathematics
  • p-adic Galois representations
  • Parabolic equations
  • Partial differential equations
  • Partial differential equations 2
  • Physics complements
  • Physics II (*)
  • Physics III
  • Physics lab for teaching
  • Post-quantum cryptography
  • Probability
  • Problem solving
  • Problems and methods in history of mathematics
  • Problems and methods in mathematics education research
  • Proof theory
  • Rational mechanics
  • Real analysis
  • Real geometry A
  • Real geometry B
  • Real geometry C
  • Relativistic mechanics
  • Riemannian geometry
  • Scientific computing
  • Semigroup theory
  • Set theory A
  • Set theory B
  • Simplectic geometry
  • Space mechanics
  • Special functions
  • Stochastic differential equations and applications
  • Stochastic processes
  • Symmetric spaces
  • Technologies for education
  • Theory and methods of optimization
  • Theory of functions
  • Topological methods for differential equations
  • Topological methods in the global analysis
  • Ultrafilters and nonstandard methods
  • 2-manifolds
  • 3-manifolds
  • 4-manifolds

Please refer to the Master's Course Regulations to get more information on single courses.

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