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Mathematics Master Information
For the Master's degree in Applied Mathematics the following additional condition (not manifest in myStudies) must be obeyed: At least 15 of the required 28 credits from core courses and electives must be acquired in areas of applied mathematics and further application-oriented fields.
Electives: Applied Mathematics and Further Application-Oriented Fields
Selection: Financial and Insurance Mathematics
401-3923-00LSelected Topics in Life Insurance MathematicsW4 credits2VM. Koller
401-3917-00LStochastic Loss Reserving MethodsW4 credits2VR. Dahms
401-3956-00LEconomic Theory of Financial MarketsW4 credits2VM. V. Wüthrich
401-3936-00LData Analytics for Non-Life Insurance PricingW4 credits2VM. V. Wüthrich, C. M. Buser
401-4920-00LMarket-Consistent Actuarial Valuation
Does not take place this semester.
W4 credits2VM. V. Wüthrich
401-3888-00LIntroduction to Mathematical Finance Information
A related course is 401-3913-01L Mathematical Foundations for Finance (3V+2U, 4 ECTS credits). Although both courses can be taken independently of each other, only one will be recognised for credits in the Bachelor and Master degree. In other words, it is not allowed to earn credit points with one for the Bachelor and with the other for the Master degree.
W10 credits4V + 1UM. Schweizer
401-3932-19LMathematics for New Technologies in Finance Information
formerly until FS22: Machine Learning in Finance
W4 credits3V + 1UJ. Teichmann
401-3928-00LReinsurance AnalyticsW4 credits2VP. Arbenz
Selection: Mathematical Physics, Theoretical Physics
402-0206-00LQuantum Mechanics IIW10 credits3V + 2UC. Anastasiou
402-0844-00LQuantum Field Theory II
UZH students are not allowed to register this course unit at ETH. They must book the corresponding module directly at UZH.
W10 credits3V + 2UA. Lazopoulos
Selection: Mathematical Optimization, Discrete Mathematics
401-3902-21LNetwork & Integer Optimization: From Theory to ApplicationW6 credits3GR. Zenklusen
401-3904-22LConvex OptimizationW6 credits3GA. A. Kurpisz
Selection: Theoretical Computer Science, Discrete Mathematics
In the Master's programme in Mathematics 401-3052-05L Graph Theory is eligible as an elective course, but only if 401-3052-10L Graph Theory isn't recognised for credits (neither in the Bachelor's nor in the Master's programme). For the category assignment take contact with the Study Administration Office (Link) after having received the credits.
263-4400-00LAdvanced Graph Algorithms and Optimization Information W10 credits3V + 3U + 3AR. Kyng, M. Probst
252-0408-00LCryptographic Protocols Information W6 credits2V + 2U + 1AM. Hirt
263-4660-00LApplied Cryptography Information Restricted registration - show details W8 credits3V + 2U + 2PK. Paterson, F. Günther
263-4656-00LDigital Signatures Information W5 credits2V + 2AD. Hofheinz
Selection: Further Realms and Some UZH Courses
401-4498-23LAdvances in Optimal Transport and StochasticsW4 credits2VG. Pammer, B. Acciaio
261-5110-00LOptimization for Data Science Information W10 credits3V + 2U + 4AB. Gärtner, N. He
227-0434-10LMathematics of Information Information W8 credits3V + 2U + 2AH. Bölcskei
252-1424-00LModels of ComputationW6 credits2V + 2U + 1AM. Cook
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