Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Department of Mathematics offers programs of graduate study leading to the degree Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). This program has been established to enable students with strong research motivation to develop their interests through advanced study. The programs of study and courses are designed as flexible as possible, in order to enable students to shape their studies as far as possible in accordance with their own specific interests. Research activities are conducted in collaboration with prominent universities and institutes in Turkey, Europe the rest of the world.

Ph.D. Programs involves eight semesters of study, comprising seven courses, and completion of a thesis, which must be defended under oral examination conditions.

Admission Requirements

Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Applicants for admission to the Ph.D. Program are required to have completed an M.S. degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, or a related field. Candidates with insufficient background are required to take prerequisite preparatory courses.

Research Interests

Mathematics Mathematical analysis, differential equations, approximation theory, stochastic processes, optimal control, functional analysis Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Operational research, numerical methods, modelling and simulation with Petri Nets, bioinformatics, artificial intelligence, soft computing, decision making, neural networks, quantum computation, information data security, geographic information systems


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 ​​​​Ph.D in Mahematics and Computer Science

Ph.D in Mathematics and Computer Science requires a minimum of 21 credit-hours from at least 7 courses, seminar and a Ph.D thesis. Stud​ents can take the​ follwing courses:

Compulsory Courses

  1. COMP600 Thesis
  2. MATH698 Seminar
  3. MATH699 Ph.D Qualifying Exam

Basic Courses (Mathematics)​

  1. MATH501 Analysis - 1
  2. MATH502 Complex Analysis
  3. MATH505 Theory of Partial Differential Equations
  4. MATH505 Theory of Partial Differential Equations
  5. MATH507 Algebra I
  6. MATH516 Measure and Integration
  7. MATH520 Group Theory
  8. MATH521 Probability Theory
  9. MATH535 Topology
  10. MATH536 Algebraic Topology
  11. MATH539 Differentiable Manifolds
  12. MATH561 Functional Analysis I
  13. MATH564 Special Functions
  14. MATH566 Linear Algebra
  15. MATH569 Numerical Linear Algebra
  16. MATH578 Theory of Finite Difference Schemes
  17. MATH583 Real Analy​sis
  18. MATH585 Theory of Optimal Control
  19. MATH586 Stochastic Differential Equations
  20. MATH587 Mathematical Statistics
  21. MATH590 Nonlinear Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems

Basic Courses (Computer Sciecne)

  1. COMP512 Theory of Algorithms
  2. COMP535 Digital Geometry
  3. COMP542 Introduction to Quantum Computing
  4. COMP544 Petri Nets
  5. COMP551 Combinatorics
  6. COMP552 Graph Theory
  7. COMP558 Parallel Processing
  8. COMP587 Artificial Intelligence
  9. COMP588 Computational Intelligence
  10. COMP585 Decision Making
  11. COMP586 Cryptography and Data Security
  12. COMP589 Data Mining​

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