Summer School
2019 Summer School Admitted Applicants [2019]

Course 1: Mathematical Finance and Financial Technology (13):
Admitted students(13):

Course 2: Mathematical Signal Processing and Data Analysis (20):
Admitted students(16):

Course 3: Cryptography (16):
Admitted students(14):

Summer School Program Prospectus for 2019 [2019]

Summer School Program for Undergraduate Students


I. Duration and Place

Six weeks: July 8(Mon) -- August 16 (Fri), 2019

at the Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica

From Mondays to Fridays: Lectures in the morning; discussions, practicals, computer-based learning, etc in the afternoon.

Several guest talks or activities arranged by course instructors during the course.


II. Qualification

Excellent students with prerequisites required by the selected course.


III. Documents for Application

1. Statement of Purpose: describing motivations and thoughts of learning mathematics.  

2. Academic transcript.

3. Resume: including English name, E-mail, phone number, postal address and passport-sized photo.

All applications must be register online. 
From March 29 (09:00) until May 1 (15:00), 2019.

The list of admitted students will be announced on our website on May 27 (Mon.) and be informed individually as well.


IV. Courses


■ Course 1: Mathematical Finance and Financial Technology

Ju-yi Yen (Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati)
Ching-tang Wu (Department of Applied Mathematics, National Chiao Tung University)
Li-Hsien Sun (Graduate Institute of Statistics, National Central University)
Chuan-hsiang Sean Han (Department of Quantitative Finance, National Tsing Hua University)
Raoul Normand (New York University)

Prerequisites: calculus, linear algebra, probability (or mathematical statistics)


■ Course 2: Mathematical Signal Processing and Data Analysis


Ting-Li Chen (Academia Sinica)
Andreas Heinecke (Yale-NUS College)
Su-Yun Huang (Academia Sinica)
Wen-Liang Hwang (Academia Sinica)
Alexander Powell (Vanderbilt University)
Jean-Luc Bouchot (Beijing Institute of Technology)
Yu-Min Chung (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

Prerequisites: calculus, linear algebra


■ Course 3: Cryptography

Organizer: Chia-Liang Sun (Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica)


Kai-Min Chung (Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica)
Yu-Chi Chen (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Yuan Ze University)
Julie Tzu-Yueh Wang (Institute of Mathematics, Academia Sinica)

Course website:


V. Subsidies and Certificate

Subsidies are available for up to 15 students for each course. The amount of the subsidies might be adjusted according to the student's performance.

An essay should be submitted one week prior to the program ends. The certificate and the subsidies will be awarded to the qualified ones.


VI. Contacts

Address: 6th Floor, Astronomy-Mathematics Building,
No.1, Section 4, Roosevelt Road, Da-an District, Taipei 10617, Taiwan
Telephone: (02)2368-5999 ext. 336 (Ms. Andrea Wang)