University of Hamburg, School of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences

Introduction

Welcome to the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences. The Faculty comprises the departments Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Informatics, Mathematics and Physics. Today there are about 9500 students (thereof 900 Ph.D students and 3250 teacher trainees) being taught and coached by 222 professors, 10 junior professors, scientific staff (about 370) and academics, assisted by technical and administrative personnel.

The Faculty currently develops the following interdisciplinary research clusters and is across faculties involved in central main research of the University.

  • Department of Biology
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Earth Sciences
  • Department of Informatics
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Physics

Research

The Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Natural Sciences, with its biology, chemistry, earth science, informatics, mathematics and physics departments – significantly contributes to University of Hamburg’s research profile. Various rankings and ratings (Academic Council, German Research Foundation, CHE) attest to the importance of these disciplines.

Our research strengths are particularly evident in the CliSAP cluster of excellence, in two collaborative research centers, four research training groups, several associative projects of the Ministry of Education and Research and further successful acquisition of external funds. Established cooperation with non-university institutions in the region (e.g. DESY, HPI, BNI, GKSS, EMBL, MPI Meteorology, AWI, Federal Research Institute) constitutes an indispensable framework. The Faculty’s research clusters are:

  • Earth, environment, resources and risks
  • Life Sciences
  • Light and Matter
  • Nano-Science
  • Information and Communication
This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Programmes

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Master

Master in Intelligent Adaptive Systems

Campus Full time Part time October 2017 Germany Hamburg + 1 more

Intelligent systems and robots are expected to become an integral part of our daily lifes. In order to be accepted by and interact efficiently and naturally with humans, they have to adapt to changing environments and the users they interact with. Intelligent systems [+]

Intelligent systems and robots are expected to become an integral part of our daily lifes. In order to be accepted by, and interact efficiently and naturally with, humans, they have to adapt to changing environments and the users they interact with. Intelligent systems are expected to automatically  acquire and manage knowledge through a variety of sensors and to learn and optimise their behaviour over time. This international Master's programme aims to provide students with the ability to create these intelligent adaptive systems and to prepare them for a future market, where intelligent and adaptive behaviour is considered the standard for computer systems.

As one of the few computer science programs in Germany that are taught completely in English, the Master course „Intelligent Adaptive Systems“ prepares students for international research and professional work. Following a balanced approach, it is placed in between programs with a purely technical focus and programs that offer a general computer science curriculum. Its curriculum is focused on the area of smart technology and intelligent adaptive systems and provides in-depth training in this area. The selected modules provide a comprehensive overview including technical aspects and state-of-the art algorithms and methods. Students are introduced to current research in the corresponding fields and have the opportunity to deepen the acquired knowledge by participating in international research projects. The Master in Intelligent Adaptive Systems is a 2-year research oriented programme that is taught in English. Students, both national and international, can profit from an international environment and improve their grasp of the English language and knowledge on cultural differences. The inter-student exchange is fostered in seminars and work groups and extended in extra-curricular discussions and activities. Through the proximity to current research projects, students have the possibility of a smooth transition into collaborative research environments and continuing education and study.... [-]


Contact

University of Hamburg

Address Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1
20146 Hamburg, Germany
Website http://www.uni-hamburg.de/
Phone +49 40 428380