- Friday 10.01.2020
Computer algebra modeling in science and engineering Special Session at the 26th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA’2020), July 15 – 18, 2020, Athens, Greece Announcement: Computer algebra modeling in science and engineering ACA2020 Detailed information about the session is posted at the ACA2020 conference web page https://aca2020.sba-research.org.
- Wednesday 30.10.2019
The International Relations Office invites you to take part in the competition for a poster project promoting the Erasmus + programme. The deadline for applications is November 13, 2019, e-mail address: email@example.com. https://www.sggw.pl/en/konkurs-na-plakat-promujacy-program-erasmus
- Thursday 19.09.2019Czytaj więcej
ACADEMIC SATURDAY – SUBMIT A COMPLETE APPLICATION FOR A TEMPORARY RESIDENCE PERMIT AT THE APPOINTMENT
АКАДЕМИЧЕСКАЯ СУББОТА – ПОДАЙ ЗАЯВЛЕНИЕ НА ВРЕМЕННОЕ ПРЕБЫВАНИЕ ВО ВРЕМЯ ЗАКАЗАНОЙ ВСТРЕЧИ
- Friday 18.01.2019Czytaj więcej
We invite to the seminar of the Department of Applied Mathematics Monday, January 21, 12:15am room 3/7.
Our speaker is Amitesh Datta, Princeton University
Title: The Siegel Mass Formula and Tamagawa Numbers
Abstract: I will introduce the Siegel Mass Formula, which states (in a special case) that the solution to a certain counting problem of quadratic forms over the integers is equal to a product of special values of the Gamma and Riemann Zeta functions! I will interpret this formula in terms of Tamagawa numbers. If time permits, I will briefly discuss the relationship to counting principle G-bundles over an algebraic curve over a finite field. The talk will be elementary and motivated through concrete examples, beginning with a discussion of quadratic forms, and leading to the statement of the Siegel Mass Formula and related ideas.
- Friday 14.11.2014Czytaj więcej
The following courses taught in English are offered for students of EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS such as ERASMUS or ERASMUS MUNDUS:
• Basic Statistics,
• Biology Inspired Computations,
• Building Database Applications Using MS Access,
• Calculations in Finance and Risk Management,
• Calculus with Applications,
• Cisco Technology,
• Computer Aided Business,
• Computer Networks,
• Computer Simulation in Mechanics with Mathematica,
• Credit Ratings and Migration Matrices in Financial Risk,
• Curve and Surface Reconstruction,
• Data Integration System (ETL),
• Digital Technology,
• Energy Risk Management,
• European Countries in Transition,
• Financial Markets in Transition,
• Introduction to Algorithms,
• Introduction to Numerical Methods,
• Introduction to Quantum Informatics,
• Management Information Systems,
• Management Information System Design,
• Mathematical Economics,
• Mathematical Models in Biology and Economics,
• Nonlife Actuarial Models,
• Object-oriented Programming,
• Operations Research,
• Probability with Applications,
• Programming of Dynamic Internet Applications,
• Programming with Mathematica,
• Quantitative Methods in Financial Derivatives,
• Reporting Services (ETL),
• Structured Query Language (SQL),
• Theory and Practice of a portfolio Optimization,
• Vanilla and Exotic Options,
• Working with Excel Macros.
For further information about studies at the Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics please contact Dr. Beata Zduniak, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information about the EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS offered within the Warsaw University of Life Sciences see http://www.sggw.pl/en/international-cooperation_/educational-programs.
For the full offer of the courses taught in English at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences see http://www.sggw.pl/en/international-cooperation_/information-for-students/sggw-studies-in-english/subjects-in-english.
- Tuesday 3.12.2013Czytaj więcej
The Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences participates in student exchange programs. Detailed informations can be found on the website:
• Erasmus Mundus, project IAMONET-RU
• Erasmus Mundus, project ALRAKIS II