Informatics and Mathematical Science

Solving Complex System Problems

Advances in today’ s information-oriented society have elevated the need to analyze mathematical models that appear in diverse fields, as well as to analyze and use the vast quantities of big data collected by complex information systems. For this reason, it is important to have the mental capacity to investigate not only the function of the system, but also the nature of the "information" that flows through it, and to use that information to create efficient designs. In the Undergraduate School of Informatics and Mathematical Science, students learn to use a mathematical approach to solve real-world problems involving complex systems, as well as to design and use computer hardware, systems software, and information systems.

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