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Office for Student Affairs
Exchange students list their course choices in the Learning Agreement and have it signed by the home and host institutions.
The International Coordinators of the department in which you are enrolled are usually responsible for signing the Learning Agreements and for the course selection at TU Darmstadt.
Please send us your completed Learning Agreement before the start of the lecture period (firstname.lastname@example.org-…) or use the online Learning Agreement.
We recommend that you discuss your choice of courses with us before we sign the Learning Agreement, but at the latest before the start of the lecture period. This can also clarify any questions you may have about our courses. Simply write to us or visit our consultation hour.
Below you will find a list of the English taught courses that we recommend for exchange students.
Please note that proseminars and seminars are not graded. Should you nevertheless require a grade, please contact the lecturer directly in the first lesson unit.
Please contact us if you wish to take courses in other departments.
For the list of German taught courses please visit the German translation of this page.
|Lineare Algebra 2||B.Sc. 2. Semester||9||yes||Eigenvalues and Diagonalisation of Endomorphisms; characteristic Polynom and minimal polynom in the Polynomring of one Variable, Jordan-Normalform; Euklidic and unitary Vector spaces; Bilinear forms, quadratic forms;|
|Algorithmic Discrete Mathematics||B.Sc. 4. Semester||5||yes||Graph theorie, asymptotic complexity, algorithms to spanning trees, shortest paths, Matchings in bipartit graphs und flows in directet graphs, NP-Completness|
|Seminar||B.Sc./M.Sc.||5||no||You must prepare a talk to a specific subject, that will be announced at the beginning of the semester|
|Sobolev Spaces||B.Sc./M.Sc.||5||yes||Construction of Sobolev-Spaces, Embedding- und Trace theorems, application to Partial Differential Equations|
|M.Sc. 2. Semester||9||yes||Herbrand-Theorie, Kreisels no-counterexample Interpretation, Gödels Functional Interpretation, monotone Interpretations|
|Discrete Optimization||M.Sc. 2. Semester||9||yes||
Modelling: integer systems of equations and inequalities; Theory: integer Programms, Polyedric Combinatoric;
Methods: Exact methods, Approximation algorithms, Heuristics, Relaxiation, Decomposition methods
|Lineare Algebra 1||B.Sc. 1. Semester||9||yes||algebraic structures (Groups, Rings, Fields); Vectorspaces, linear dependency, Bases, Dimension; linear and affine Subspaces, Products, Sums, Quotients, dual space; linear maps and Matrices; linear systems of equations; Determinants|
|Complex Analysis||B.Sc. 3. Semester||5||yes||Cauchy-Riemann Differential Equations; curve integral; Cauchy´s integral theorem/formula; power series; Liouville´s theorem; Laurentseries; Residue theorem|
|Proseminar||B.Sc. 3. Semester||3||no||You must prepare a talk to a specific subject, that will be announced at the begining of the semester|
|Seminar||B.Sc./M.Sc.||5||no||You must prepare a talk to a specific subject, that will be announced at the begining of the semester|
|Introduction to Mathematical Logic||B.Sc. 5. Semester||9||yes||Syntax and semantics of first level logic; formal proofs; Completeness; Compactness theorem; elementary recursion theory; Undecidability and Incompleteness|
|Probability Theory||B.Sc. 5. Semester||9||yes||Measure theory basics, Random variables, types of convergence, characteristic functions, independence, conditional expectation, martingales, limit theorems|
|Nonlinear Optimization||M.Sc. 1. Semester||9||yes||Modelling practical questions as Optimizationproblems; Optimality conditions, Duality theorie; methods for Problems without constraints: Linesearch-and Trust-Region-methods; methods for Problems with constraints: Penalty-, Inner-Point- and SQP-methods|
|Numerical Methods for PDEs||M.Sc. 1. Semester||9||yes||Examples of partial differential equations from practice; Elliptical problems; Galerkina approximation, finite element methods, error analysis; Parabolic problems; Semi and full discretization using Method of lines|
Your first contact persons are your buddies, who you can reach as quickly as possible via Whatsapp or email. If the buddies are unable to help you, they will be able to tell you who to contact.
We have compiled a list of further contacts for you here:
Questions about studying at our department
Please contact your international coordinators or you teachers directly.
Questions about TUCaN and examinations
For questions about TUCaN as well as course and , please contact the exam (de-)registration . For questions about exams themselves, please turn to your lecturers. Office for Student Affairs
Questions about your stay
: General Questions International Office
: Questions about visa, finances, living etc. International Student Service
For new international students we offer the participation in the department's . This programme was established to help international students in exchange programmes or in the Master of Science Mathematics to get started at our department and at the TU Darmstadt. Buddy programme
We invite all international students to participate in the buddy programme. We will contact you in good time before the start of your studies to introduce ourselves and what we have to offer.