The Computational Science is an interdisciplinary minor. In addition to learning the foundations of core subjects such as applied mathematics, statistics and informatics, students will also gain insight into various applications of computational sciences. Two fields of application will be selected from the following list:
- Simulations in the Natural Sciences
- AINF1166 Informatics I (6 CP)
- AINF1152 Informatics IIb (6 CP)
- ESC391 Pro-seminar Computational Science (1 CP)
Core Elective Modules
At least one of the introductory lectures in statistics/stochastics from the list below, as well as 12 CP from the core elective portion in two or three of the subject areas neuroinformatics, bioinformatics or SPIN.
- STA110 Introductory Probability (5 CP)
- STA111 Stochastic Modelling (5 CP)
- STA120 Introductory Statistics (5 CP)
- STA121 Statistic Modelling (5 CP)
The remaining 18 ECTS credits should be selected from elective modules listed in the program regulations.
The Guide to Physics Studies (PDF, 504 KB) provides comprehensive information about the Bachelor's and Master's programs.