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TOMSK, Aug 4 – RIA Tomsk. Tomsk State University in partnership with University of Rouen won an international grant "Erasmus + International Credit Mobility", thanks to which master students of the TSU Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics (FMM) will study in France, teachers will give lectures and do scientific work in Rouen, the press service of the university reports.
It is noted that the participants of the "Erasmus + International Credit Mobility" grant program will be students of two FMM master's degree programs: the double degree program "Mathematical Analysis and Modeling" and "Fundamental Mathematics" program. Within three years, 12 students and 12 teachers from Russia and France will receive "Erasmus +" international scholarships.
"TSU, in partnership with University of Rouen won the international grant "Erasmus + International Credit Mobility". The victory gives the FMM TSU undergraduates the opportunity to study in France, and the FMM teachers - to deliver lectures and conduct scientific work in Rouen. The program also assumes the reverse process – French students and teachers will come to TSU", – is said in the message.
The main requirement for the program participants – is proficiency in English; in the process of further work, it is possible to study French. Research topics - probabilistic analysis of financial markets, statistical methods for big data processing, development of numerical methods for solving problems of ecology and medicine, building mathematical models in nanomechanics, the report says.
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"The peculiarity of this program is that for students there is always a co-head at the partner university, so they will not have to change the research topic. At the same time, they receive not only the experience of studying abroad, but also a second diploma at the partner university", – the press service quoted the assistant professor of the TSU Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics Evgeny Pchelintsev.
It is explained that TSU and University of Rouen have been cooperating in the field of mathematics for over 15 years. The universities signed four agreements on the implementation of joint postgraduate study programs and two joint master's degree programs in mathematics. In addition, universities are implementing joint research projects on statistics of random processes and its applications, including the analysis of financial markets.