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Research Master in Mathematics and Applications

Objectives

Prepare students for research in mathematics and its applications to engineering sciences. With the two options, Image processing and Hydrology, we try to form our students in these two areas of current research

Acquired Skills

Diverse technics of modern applied analysis, numerical methods and programation

Admission Conditions

Recruitment: Applications are reviewed by an admission committee. The best candidates are selected after interview

Required Level: M1 Mathematics, engineer

Pre-requisites: basic analysis tools

Capacity: 14 students

Further Studies / Career Opportunities

Students will be well prepared for diverse topics from mathematical problems in image processing, signal processing, to mathematical problems from hydrology.

Selected Teachers in Mathematics and Applications

Houssam Hassan Khalil

Associate professor
Mathematics department

Mathematics and Applications M2 Courses

    Semester 1

      Semester 2

      Eligibility

      • M1 Mathematics

      General Infos

      • Diploma Level: BAC+5
      • Studies Duration: 1 Year
      • Type: Research
      • Teaching Language: French
      • Total Credits Number: 60
      • Location: Faculty of Sciences - 3rd section - Tripoli
      • Supervisor: Mustapha Mohamad Hachem Jazar
      • Email: mjazar(at)ul.edu.lb

      Selected Projects

      • An inverse source problem for a seawater intrusion model (2013-2014)
      • Convergence vers les états d'équilibre d'un système dynamique en dimension infinie (2013-2014)
      • Simulation de l'effet Leidenfrost (2013-2014)
      • A parabolic cross-diffusion system for granular materials (2013-2014)
      • Résolution rapide des sytèmes de Toeplitz par blocs de Toeplitz bandes (2013-2014)
      • On doubly nonlinear elliptic-parabolic systems arising in coupled transport phenomena in unsaturated porous media (2014-2015)
      • Identification of ponctual sources (2014-2015)
      • Evolution of plane convex curves by curvature flow (2014-2015)

      Selected Courses