Applied and Theoretical Mathematics - Master’s Year 2

Program Objectives

This program is a restructured version of the current Master's 2nd-year program in Analysis and Probabilities run by Université Paris Dauphine - PSL, with a third of courses already offered by other PSL institutions. The Applied and Theoretical Mathematics track is an advanced program that prepares students to pursue a doctorate in mathematics by providing sound theoretical training in various mathematical fields.

This program is intended to provide students with the following:

  • Modeling and analysis capabilities
  • A solid grounding in applied and theoretical mathematics
  • An aptitude for research and research and development
  • An understanding of a large number of mathematical subdisciplines, especially PDE analysis, control and digital analytics; probabilities and statistical physics; and geometry and dynamical systems.
Types of education
Initial training
French and English
ECTS Credits
60 credits
20 weeks
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year

The team

  • Stéphane MISCHLER

    Professor - Dauphine-PSL - Program supervisor

    Research field: analysis

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  • Cristina TONINELLI

    CNRS Director of research

    Research field: probability

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  • Stephan FAUVE

    Professor - ENS-PSL

    Research field: physics

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  • Nathalie HURTELOUP

    Administrative contact

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