The mathematical computer science group works at the intersection between mathematics and computer science, focusing on applications of mathematics to computer science (a.k.a., the mathematical foundations of the theory of computing) as well as on applications of computer science to mathematics (a.k.a., computational mathematics).
The research focuses in particular on computational complexity theory and applications of algebra to that field, on algorithmic mechanism design, on mathematical programming, and on computational game theory and application of real algebraic geometry to that field.
If you are interested in joining our group, as master's thesis student, PhD student, or postdoc, feel free to contact the faculty members.
For more general questions about PhD studies at Department of Computer Science, contact PhD Committee chairman Anders Møller.
How to start up my Master's thesis, see here