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Department Objective

Our basic objective is the formulation and analysis of adequate mathematical models for the description and solution of practical engineering and related problems based on the understanding of their underlying informational structure, with the ultimate aim of contributing to the development of human society.

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Mathematical Informatics, Mathematical Engineering, Mathematical Modelling, Operations Research, Optimization,Mathematical Programming, Applied Probability, Statistical Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Computational Mathematics, Algorithms, Discrete Structures, Computational Geometry, Information Theory, Mathematics of Complex Systems, Mathematics of Bio-information, Mathematics of Computer Programming, Natural Language Processing, Financial Engineering

Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
the University of Tokyo