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InFoMM Course Structure
The CDT training is split into several phases, Year 1 includes:
- Core Training, which will equip the students with the underpinning mathematical modelling, scientific computing and research skills necessary to undertake research at the interface with industry
- Industrial Enrichment Programme 1, where students will interact with a large number of our partner companies to understand the grand challenges facing numerous sectors, alongside developing their teamworking, communication and project management skills
- Specialist training, in which students will deepen their knowledge in a particular topic while undertaking modelling and computing case studies.
- Industrial Enrichment Programme 2, where students will attend a Graduate Modelling Camp, a European Study Group with Industry, undertake specialist industrial training courses, and visit some of our partner companies
- Mini-project phase, where students will be able to apply the knowledge they have gained in the previous phases to tackle two 10-week projects, at least one of which is based at a company
- Alongside the training phases, students will also undertake skills training courses.
Years 2-4 include:
- Research Project, students undertake a research project throughout years 2-4, during which each student will work on a particular mathematical problem addressing a company challenge.
- Industrial Enrichment Programme 2, in years 2-4 students can attend any of the IEP2 courses they missed in year one. Students will also attend a Study Group with Industry each year.
- Students will also undertake skills training courses throughout years 2-4.