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Master's Programme in Applied Computational Science

Computations are becoming more and more important in research and industry. To make predictions, analysis or to replace experiments, we make use of numerical simulations and machine learning on large computers. We generate and store large amounts of data and use data science to search for patterns, connections, and trends.

The Master Programme in Applied Computational Science will give you detailed knowledge about the underlying methods with respect to Natural Science. You will learn how to study complex processes in natural sciences, and how Applied Computational Science can contribute to knowledge evolution in society.

The programme started in autumn 2023 and has five separate specialisations

Programme coordinator

Stefan Olin
046-222 38 30
Room 366 (INES)


Application deadline: January 15

More about this programme and application at Lund University's website:

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