Msc.Mathematical Modelling in Engineering

Czech Technical University in Prague - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Study Mathematical modeling technique was first included in the study engineering program in Applied Mechanics and later a separate discipline. It is particularly focused in solving mathematical problems of continuum mechanics, focusing on the mechanics of the environment. An integral part of the teaching field is to deepen the knowledge of mechanics in particular the flow of liquids and gases. Then the necessary theoretical background enables students to apply sophisticated mathematical tools to describe the very complicated processes. Branch itself together with branches of Biomechanics and Applied Mechanics part of an integrated study program Applied Sciences, which was created as a response to declining demographic curve and which will be able to obtain similar knowledge and skills in smaller numbers of students, especially massive use of project-based learning in all participating branches.

Graduate profile

Study is focused on preparation of highly qualified specialists for research, development and practice of engineering disciplines. Graduates are able to creatively apply the knowledge of theoretical mechanics, elasticity theory, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mathematical modeling and biomechanics. They master the issues build mathematical models to analyze the dynamics of systems, synthesis and design of mechanisms, optimal dimensioning of machine components, determining the life of machinery and checking their reliability. They are able to solve challenging stationary and non-stationary internal and external mechanics of incompressible and compressible fluids, theory of thermal calculations of machines and equipment. They will also gain knowledge in mechanical control systems for active influence on their properties in mechatronics. Master methods and means of engineering experimental research of machines and structures. Graduates will be applied wherever it is necessary to use mathematical and physical models, and gain knowledge about the use of model behavior in reality. The aim of the study is to train professionals capable of applying complex mathematical procedures for solving problems moment to provide all technical practice. Graduates find application mainly in the research and development teams, but also eg. In the management and modeling of complex processes


Applications start 9th January 2017
Applications end 3rd April 2017
Start of study: 1st October 2017
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Admission requirements

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Degree master post bachelor
Study duration 2 years
Language English
Place Prague
School fees € 4880 per year
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