In 2016, DMM plans to provide a Graduate Program for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies called Mathematical Modeling. The Mathematical Modeling program includes two courses, i.e., an Applied Mathematics course and a System Mathematical Science course which are intended for all of the graduate students at Osaka University.

In the Applied Mathematics course, we provide a program to represent and demonstrate various problems in world today by using a mathematical approach. The graduate students will obtain the knowledge to formulate and solve problems in such subjects as the natural sciences, engineering, medicine and so on using mathematical and scientific principles.

In the System Mathematical Science course, we provide a program where students learn to make scientific decisions, based on mathematics and data analysis. Our graduate students will learn to understand various phenomena as well as mathematical techniques and to play an active role in various industries including manufacturing, transportation, information and communications, finance, and investigation as well as primary industries such as agriculture and mining.

In the Applied Mathematics course, we provide a program to represent and demonstrate various problems in world today by using a mathematical approach. The graduate students will obtain the knowledge to formulate and solve problems in such subjects as the natural sciences, engineering, medicine and so on using mathematical and scientific principles.

In the System Mathematical Science course, we provide a program where students learn to make scientific decisions, based on mathematics and data analysis. Our graduate students will learn to understand various phenomena as well as mathematical techniques and to play an active role in various industries including manufacturing, transportation, information and communications, finance, and investigation as well as primary industries such as agriculture and mining.