Wednesday, November 28, 2007

MathMods: Erasmus Mundus Master's Program in Mathematical Engineering

I received a forwarded e-mail message from Dr. Jumela Sarmiento recently. Jumela is our former chairperson at the Mathematics Department of Ateneo de Manila University and she is now in Japan for a short-term visit.

The message is about the Erasmus Mundus Scholarhip Program in Mathematical Engineering.

Viist the website, for details.

Below are contents of the forwarded message.


Dear Professor,

I am writing you following the advice of one of our colleagues, MarcDiener, in order to announce you that a new European Master degree (overtwo years) will soon open simultaneously in five universities (Aquila -Italy, Nice-France, Hamburg - Germany and Gdansk - Poland) financed bythe European Community in the framework of Erasmus Mundus program.

Our master, entitled MathMods (see the poster in the attachment and thewebpage aims at attracting the best students of third countries (outside the European community) and making them benefit from the very rich and often complementary abilities of professors and researchers of these five European countries in order to obtain a European diploma of mathematical engineering. This corresponds to a very strong demand of specialists capable of manipulating mathematical appropriate academical cursus is proposed (theoretical semesters followed by training in research labs or industry).

The mobility betweeen these countries will provide at the same time, the essential elements of cultural integration at european level and the scientificknowledge for persons able to act and work in different countries. A limited numbers of fellowships is available for the best students.

Therefore we strongly encourage the best elements of your university to apply to this program.

Best regards,

Victorita Dolean & Chiara Simeoni



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