Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics

Modeling, algorithmic aspects and real applications
Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics

Specialize in one of the fields with the greatest job opportunities with challenge-based learning (CBL)

If you are interested in science, technology, the Internet of Things, cybersecurity; if you like to reason, explain and understand the tools behind the great development of our technological world: mathematics is here for you. Today many disciplines are based on mathematics: economics, computer science, finance, nanotechnology. This Bachelor's Degree prepares you to find your place in the professional world.

Our world is definitely heading towards a fully digital economy, an environment in which professionals capable of combining strong mathematical ability with deep computing and statistical skills are essential. Nebrija University's Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics allows you to acquire the skills and tools that this environment demands, promoting employability in sectors such as technology, industry, business, and services, among others.

Mathematics graduates are currently highly valued in the field of new technologies for their ability for analysis, abstraction and rigor, which allows them to easily adapt to constantly changing realities. Mathematical models and tools are, nowadays, fundamental in the industrial, financial and business sectors that need experts for their development.

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Some companies and institutions in which mathematicians are essential:

  • Financial and insurance institutions (valuation of derivatives, risk coverage).
  • Scientific-technical and IT consulting offices (process optimization, communication networks, numerical methods, coding, cryptography, etc.).
  • Statistics companies and institutes (quality control, exploratory data analysis, big data, etc.).
  • Companies with interdisciplinary research and development (R&D) teams.

Advisory and consultative council

  • Juan A. Zufiria (Former vice president of IBM, member of RAI)
  • Manuel de León (Research professor ICMAT-CSIC, member of RACEFN)
  • Macarena Estevez (Partner at Deloitte)
  • Pilar Barrios (Partner and academic director at AFI)
  • Jorge Cortés (Cymer Corporation Endowed Chair, University of California, San Diego)
  • Tomás Recio (Lecturer at Nebrija University)
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Transversal subjects Complete the curriculum in a practical, collaborative and fun way

Employability 96% of alumni are currently working

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International experience Study an entire course outside of Spain.

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High score teaching and internacionalization QS Stars Ranking

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"1st" Spanish University in Teaching uRanking

Among the 6 best Private Universities CyD Foundation

3rd Spanish private University in transparency CyT Foundation

Demanding program that encourages the student to apply mathematics in a wide variety of disciplines, from AI and automation to connected industry, statistical processes, cutting-edge engineering or the digital economy.
The Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics offers a wide variety of professional opportunities in various areas, such as data and risk analyst, cybersecurity, financial analyst, project manager, among many more, with an employability of 97% in a period of less than 6 months.

Collaboration with the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society

Real Sociedad Matemática Española

Nebrija University has maintained a collaboration agreement with the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society (RSME), since 2017, with the intention of creating a stable framework for cultural, scientific, and academic collaboration between both institutions.

The Royal Spanish Mathematical Society is an association, founded in 1911, which pursues the promotion and dissemination of mathematical sciences and their applications, as well as their research and teaching at all educational levels.

The agreement signed between the two institutions will facilitate the organization of activities, such as courses, conferences, seminars and conferences and promote the exchange of ideas and initiatives with the resources of both institutions. In addition, this framework implies collaboration in research, innovation and technological development programs for the study of mathematics and related studies.

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Student profile: Those interested in studying and obtaining the Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics from Nebrija University must have high school mathematical knowledge, aptitude for numerical and logical reasoning, as well as ease of understanding and reasoning abstract models that generalize the particular aspects of practical cases.

Graduate Profile: The graduate profile is that of people prepared to contribute their mathematical knowledge in interdisciplinary teams of companies, industries and consultancies, as well as in R+D+i units.
Specifically, these are profiles capable of:
· Establishing mathematical models, from a base of solid mathematical knowledge, to solve problems from different areas of science and technology, using the appropriate mathematical and digital tools.
· Taking on scientific challenges from other disciplines with an open and flexible mindset, both in the academic and professional environment, with initiative, solid decision-making, creativity and critical reasoning.
· Working in a multilingual and multidisciplinary environment.
· Advancing in autonomous learning, or taking postgraduate studies that allow them to delve into and/or specialize in different fields of application of Mathematics.

Official degree: Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics

Centro responsable:Higher Polytechnic School

Branch of Knowledge: Engineering and Architecture

Places offered: 45

Total Credits 240 credits.
Minimum 12 ECTS credits and maximum 90 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic year

Academic year it was implemented: 2022-2023

Languages: Spanish

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It responds to the challenges posed by the connected industry and the digital economy


All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment The student must take 240 credits

First year 60 ECTS

  • First Semester 30 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Linear algebra
  • 6 ECTS | Calculus I
  • 6 ECTS | Introduction to mathematical language
  • 6 ECTS | Mathematical models and graphs
  • 6 ECTS | Development of professional competences I

  • Second Semester 30 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Linear geometry
  • 6 ECTS | Calculus II
  • 6 ECTS | Programming Fundamentals
  • 6 ECTS | Physics models
  • 6 ECTS | Introduction to data analysis

Second year 60 ECTS

  • First Semester 30 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Advanced calculus
  • 6 ECTS | Ordinary differential equations
  • 6 ECTS | Topology
  • 6 ECTS | Optimization
  • 6 ECTS | Numerical methods

  • Second Semester 30 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Integration and measurement
  • 6 ECTS | Equations in partial derivatives
  • 6 ECTS | Differential geometry
  • 6 ECTS | Probability theory
  • 6 ECTS | Development of the Participative and Solidarity Spirit / Techno-ethics (EL)

Third year 60 ECTS

  • First Semester 30 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Complex variables
  • 6 ECTS | Statistics
  • 6 ECTS | Algebraic structures
  • 6 ECTS | Advanced numerical methods
  • 6 ECTS | Dynamic systems

  • Second Semester 30 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Stochastic processes
  • 6 ECTS | Data science
  • 6 ECTS | Algorithmic Algebra and Cryptography
  • 6 ECTS | Geometry and computational topology
  • 6 ECTS | Development of professional competences II

Fourth year 60 ECTS

  • First Semester 24 ECTS credits
  • 6 ECTS | Quantum Mechanics and Computing
  • 6 ECTS | Robotics
  • 6 ECTS | Mathematics for finance
  • 6 ECTS | Biomathematics
  • 6 ECTS | Technological project management

  • Second Semester 24 ECTS credits
  • 24 ECTS | Evaluation of the development of skills in the company

  • Yearly 12 ECTS credits
  • 12 ECTS | Final Research Project (FRP)

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Competence Development Seminar 12 ECTS
  • 6 ECTS | Competence Development Seminar I
  • 6 ECTS | Competence Development Seminar II
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Development of the Participative and Solidarity Spirit 6 ECTS

The recognition of 6 credits will be arranged according to the different activities that the student carries out throughout his/her degree. They will be awarded for cultural activities, sports, student representation, solidarity and cooperation, and/or to attend one of the following subjects: Human Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Eval. of the Development of Skills in the Company 24 ECTS

A program whose objective is to favor the practical training of the students, under the continuous supervision of the Department of Professional Careers of the University, the academic department corresponding to the degree and the company or collaborating institution where the internships are carried out. We provide advice on the choice of internships and follow-up and tutoring, always considering the professional orientation of each student.

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Final Research Project 12 ECTS

This project involves carrying out research tasks regarding different subjects by the student under the advice of one or several professors of the Department and, occasionally, professionals from the business world. For this, the student has the possibility to choose a project from among those offered.

Transversal Subjects Program

Through the transversal subjects you will be able to complement your education and complete your CV in a practical, collaborative and fun way.

It is a voluntary program with no added cost. Upon completion, you will be provided with a diploma.

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Diploma in English Professional Communication

Nebrija University, which is committed to languages and quality, provides the student with added value with the Diploma in English Professional Communication, which will allow him/her to achieve with confidence the competence demanded to successfully join the labor market.

It corresponds to level C1.

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(in the first year of implementation)
Porcentaje de Doctores Percentage of PhD holders
11 72,7%
Mª Pilar Vélez Melón Mª Pilar Vélez Melón Directora del grado en Matemáticas Aplicadas
Profesora de área de Álgebra y Geometría
Director of the Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics
Professor of the Algebra and Geometry area
Doctora y licenciada en Ciencias Matemáticas por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, ha desarrollado su actividad docente e investigadora en las Universidades Complutense, de Pisa (Italia) y Antonio de Nebrija. En esta última ha desempeñado los cargos de Coordinadora del Área de Matemática Aplicada, Jefe de Estudios y Directora del Departamento de Ingeniería Informática, Vicerrectora y Rectora. Profesor acreditado en las figuras de contratado doctor y profesor de universidad privada, con un sexenio de investigación reconocido. Participa como investigadora en un proyecto del Plan nacional de I+D+i y en una red temática de excelencia sobre Algebra computacional y aplicaciones. Sus trabajos de investigación se encuentran publicados en revistas indexadas, los últimos en Journal of Symbolic Computation, Revista Matemática Complutense, Mathematics o ACM. Así mismo, participa activamente en congresos y reuniones en los campos del Cálculo simbólico y de la Didáctica de las matemáticas, y forma parte de los comités científicos de conferencias internacionales. Es delegada de la Real Sociedad Matemática Española (RSME) en la Universidad Nebrija y preside la Comisión Profesiones y Empleabilidad de la RSME. Fernando Aguilar Galindo Ávila Fernando Aguilar Galindo Ávila Profesor del área de Competencias Profesionales Professor of Professional Skills area Fernando es Licenciado en Psicología Clínica por la Universidad de Comillas y posee la Especialidad de Psicología Industrial por la Universidad Complutense, además de ser Especialista en Psicología Aplicada a la Empresa por ICADE. A lo largo de sus 30 años de experiencia profesional, ha desarrollado puestos de Dirección y Gerencia en Compañías multinacionales como Bossard, Gemini Consulting (Cap Gemini) MCC, Soluziona o Indra. En la actualidad posee su propia compañía a través de la cual desarrolla Servicios Profesionales en materia de Recursos Humanos y, formando parte del equipo del Instituto Iñaki Piñuel, acciones como Consejo Psicológico, así como Prevención y Gestión de Riesgos Psicosociales. Alia Baroudi Guijarro Alia Baroudi Guijarro Profesora del área de Física Aplicada Professor of the area of Applied Physics Licenciada en Física en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Doctoranda de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Personal de apoyo a la investigación en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Miembro honorífico del grupo de “Membranas y Energías Renovables” de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Alvaro Bustinduy Candelas Alvaro Bustinduy Candelas Vicerrector de Investigación
Profesor del área de Análisis Matemático
Vice-Rector for Research
Professor of the area of Mathematical Analysis
Doctor en Ciencias Matemáticas por la UCM. Acreditado como Profesor Titular y como Profesor Doctor de Universidad Privada. Mantiene líneas de investigación en el campo de las Ecuaciones Diferenciales y los Sistemas Dinámicos Complejos. Ha publicado trabajos de investigación en revistas matemáticas internacionales. Ha impartido conferencias en congresos internacionales. Participa en varios proyectos de investigación y colabora con investigadores de la UCM y Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. En cuanto a su actividad docente, ha impartido en la Escuela Politécnica Superior de la Universidad Antonio de Nebrija desde el curso 2003-04 hasta la actualidad diferentes asignaturas a todos los niveles (primer y segundo ciclo, doctorado) del área de matemáticas y la programación, incluidas asignaturas de diferentes titulaciones del campo de la Ingeniería Informática. Actualmente compagina su actividad docente e investigadora con el cargo de Vicerrector de Investigación de la Universidad. Nieves Cubo Mateo Nieves Cubo Mateo IP del grupo de investigación Nebrija Inteligencia artificial y sistemas emergentes
Profesora del área de ingeniería del software, sistemas de información y sistemas inteligentes
IP of the Nebrija research group Artificial intelligence and emerging systems
Professor in the area of software engineering, information systems and intelligent systems
Pionera en la Impresión 3D de tejidos humanos. Doctora en Farmacia por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, e Ingeniería en Electrónica Industrial y Automática por la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, donde también obtuvo el título de Máster en Ciencia e Ingeniería de Materiales. Evaluada positivamente por la ANECA en la categoría de Ayudante Doctor. Ha impartido docencia en la Universidad Internacional de Valencia, en el Grado de Informática (2021-2022) y en el Máster de Bioingeniería (2019-2022). También ha dado clase en la Escuela de Diseño Mecánico (EDDM) en el Máster de Fabricación Aditiva (MIFA) y en curso experto en impresión 3D Biomédico. Actualmente es profesora en el Grado en Ingeniería Informática. A nivel de investigación, ha publicado trabajos científicos dentro del área de la Bioingeniería en diferentes revistas internacionales (primer cuartil). Ha impartido conferencias en congresos internacionales y realizado estancias en el extranjero (Dresden, Alemania). Ha participado en varios proyectos de investigación (Plan Nacional de I+D+i , empresa privada e internacionales) y colabora con investigadores de la UCM, CSIC y la Technische Universität Dresden. Su investigación se centra en modelos y soluciones computacionales dentro del ámbito de la Bioingeniería y del Espacio, donde colabora con la Agencia Espacial Europea. Alfonso de Hoyos y Fernández de Córdova Alfonso de Hoyos y Fernández de Córdova Profesor del área de Estadística Professor of the Statistics area Recibió su Doctorado en 2011, con distinción “Cum Laude”, con una Tesis sobre Magnetoencefalografía (“Sincronización y Coherencia en la Actividad Cerebral”). Programa Ejecutivo de Maestría en Big Data & Business Analytics (MSMK) 2015 distinguido “Con Mérito”. Ha participado en las ediciones de 2019 y 2022 del World Science Forum. Tras un periodo en diversos proyectos conjuntos con la Industria con Empresas Públicas y Privadas (Sanitario y Ferroviario, entre otros sectores), actualmente se encuentra trabajando en el Grupo de investigación GREEN de la Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, en el marco de un proyecto de alto impacto en conducción autónoma y algoritmos de interés en automoción. Posee experiencia en técnicas de procesamiento de señales de matriz (LCMV, DICS, SAM, MUSIC, radar de apertura sintética, matrices en fase, et al.), así como en aprendizaje automático. Tiene un conocimiento práctico sustancial de las tecnologías Big Data y las técnicas de análisis y ha trabajado para BOSCH como científico de datos; así como en el Hospital Clínico San Carlos (HCSC, UCM) como Investigador Científico y Científico de Datos. Su participación en el Proyecto Europeo M2EMS condujo sus intereses de investigación también a materiales magnéticos nanoestructurados (especialmente películas delgadas), electromagnetismo computacional, dinámica de fluidos computacional, compatibilidad EM, visión artificial y computación de alto rendimiento. Tiene experiencia en R, Python, MatLab/Octave, Java, Scala, C/C++/C#, FORTRAN, VB y VB.NET.
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Diego de Pereda Sebastián Diego de Pereda Sebastián Profesor del área de Estadística Professor of the Statistics area Profesor Doctor en Matemáticas por la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, investigando sobre el tratamiento de la incertidumbre y la variabilidad aplicado al desarrollo de un páncreas artificial para pacientes con diabetes tipo I. Está acreditado y es licenciado en Matemáticas por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Máster en Investigación Matemática por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Ha trabajado como analista estadístico de series temporales para la optimización de recursos (Business Inteligence). También ha trabajado como de investigador bioinformático en el modelado del funcionamiento del sistema inmune mediante algoritmos de inteligencia artificial y métodos estadísticos. Jacob R. Goodman Jacob R. Goodman Profesor del área de Análisis Matemático Professor of the area of Mathematical Analysis Bachelor of Science en Matemáticas y Física por la Universidad de Michigan en Los Estados Unidos. Doctorando en el programa de matemáticas en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, becado por el programa Severo Ochoa del ICMAT y por la Fundación La Caixa. Su línea de investigación se centra en la planificación de trayectorias variacionales de segundo orden sobre variedades de Riemann y su aplicación a sistemas robóticos. En particular, busca encontrar un equilibrio entre la optimización (trayectorias de energía mínima) y la finalización de algunas tareas (como evitar obstáculos). La aplicación principal que se considera implica equipos de drones quadrotor que transportan una carga a través de cables elásticos. Ha impartido docencia como profesor ayudante en la Universidad de Michigan y en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. David Martín de Diego David Martín de Diego Profesor del área de Álgebra y Geometría Professor of the area of Algebra and Geometry David Martín De Diego es Investigador Científico del CSIC en el Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas–ICMAT. Doctor en Matemáticas por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 1995, premio Extraordinario de Doctorado, Profesor Titular en la Universidad de Valladolid (1998-2000), Científico Titular en el Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC en 2000. Su área de investigación se centra en el desarrollo y estudio de las aplicaciones de la mecánica geométrica en una gran variedad de temáticas. Ha publicado alrededor de 110 artículos de investigación, Foundations of Computational Mathematics, Numerische Mathematik, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, Journal de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées, Nonlinearity, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, Journal of Nonlinear Science, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series A, Journal of Physics A, etc... Ha dirigido 6 tesis doctorales que han obtenido puestos posdoctorales en prestigiosos centros internacionales: Universidad de Michigan, Oxford, KTH, Friedrich Alexander-Universität Erlangen Nürnberg, Universidad de Amberes… Es miembro del Comité Editorial del Journal of Geometric Mechanics y La Gaceta de la RSME de la que fue Editor en Jefe en el periodo 2003-2008. Autor de dos libros de popularización de las matemáticas: Princesas, Abejas y Matemáticas y Matemáticas del Sistema Solar (este último, en colaboración con M. de León y J.C. Marrero). Ha sido vicedirector del ICMAT de 2016 a 2018, Director de la Unidad de Cultura Matemática del ICMAT desde 2007 (unidad de cultura científica reconocida por la FECYT), vicepresidente de la RSME de 2015 a 2022 y representante en la Red Estratégica de Matemáticas del ICMAT. También destaca la Coordinación General de una de las obras más importantes para la comunidad Matemática española: “El Libro Blanco de las Matemáticas” editado por la Fundación Ramón Areces en 2019. Carolina Andrea Mendoza Parra Carolina Andrea Mendoza Parra Profesora del área de Matemáticas Aplicadas - Análisis Matemático Professor of the area of Applied Mathematics - Mathematical analysis Doctora por la Universidad de Navarra. Actualmente trabaja en flujos geofísicos en océanos y atmósfera. En particular, en el desarrollo de descriptores Lagrangianos para localizar estructuras coherentes en la superficie del Mar mediante datos satelitales. Acreditada como Profesor titular. Ha realizado estancias post-doctorales en el Instituto Nazionalle di Ottica (Florencia) Italia trabajando en sincronización de cadenas de osciladores, en el Instituto Max-Planck de Sistemas Complejos (Dresde)-Alemania y como profesor visitante en la Facultad de Earth, Ocean, & Environment de la Universidad de Delaware. Mª Rosario Rubio San Miguel Mª Rosario Rubio San Miguel Profesora del área de Álgebra y Geometría Professor of the area of Algebra and Geometry Doctora en Ciencias Matemáticas en enero de 2001 por la Universidad de Cantabria. Evaluación positiva de ANECA en las figuras de profesor Contratado Doctor y Profesor de Universidad Privada en abril de 2004.Ha publicado en diversas revistas indexadas, capítulos de libros editados por editoriales prestigiosas y en conferencias internacionales en el Área del Álgebra Computacional. Desde febrero de 2001 es profesora en la Universidad Antonio de Nebrija.
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Carreer oportunities

The Department of Professional Careers carries out important work through orientation, counseling, professional intermediation and approach to employment and the professional reality of the students and former students of Nebrija University.

It offers vocational guidance and counseling training programs for students from their first year, manages the curricular and extracurricular internship programs, in Spain and abroad: more than 3,000 students throughout the year benefit from this service, and it has an employability service.

Regarding its role in the curricular internships, it carries out labor intermediation (search for opportunities for the student, pre-selection and sending of candidates to companies, relations with companies and institutions, and recruitment and loyalty of companies to carry out student internships), organizes University-Company meetings and manages Administrative Internships in Companies (contact with HR technicians and formalization of Educational Collaboration Agreements).

The University currently has over 3000 signed agreements with collaborating companies for training internships.

Below is a selection of companies with a current agreement that could incorporate students of the Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics:

Employability recognized in the Rankings

Employability recognized in the Rankings

The commitment of Nebrija University to the academic requirement, training in leading companies and institutions, innovation in multidisciplinary programs and international projection, places the University in the top positions of the most important rankings.

The International Ranking QS Stars awards Nebrija University the maximum score in the quality and satisfaction of students in teaching, employability of the graduates and the internationalization of the institution.

The national rankings also recognize Nebrija University as the first Spanish university in teaching and second in employability, highlighting its performance in research, knowledge transfer and internationalization.

Development of Professional Skills

The Bologna Declaration formalized the principles on which the European Higher Education Area should be based: quality, mobility, diversity, competitiveness and employment growth.

From this, Nebrija stands as an academic model of reference, educating students with excellent individual behavior, interaction with their environment and motivated by and for constant and continuous training. The Nebrija Institute of Professional Skills works every day to achieve the differentiation of our students through the development of attitudes and skills.

The main objective is for students to achieve the best of themselves through the development and empowerment of their personal skills and resources through personal self-knowledge.

In addition, some of the professional skills that are worked on within the three seminars are those related to interpersonal skills and active communication skills and negotiation, indispensable for our students to know how to transmit ideas, to argue them, to provide information and opinions in an adequate, clear and convincing way.

Within what will be their work performance, other aspects such as teamwork, conflict resolution and project management ability will be worked on.

In the third block, skills worked on are those aimed at increasing the student's employability. They will work with tools and techniques for job searching, and perform tasks that achieve in the student a greater use of their personal skills.

For all this we have currently active experts in selection of people, professionals dedicated to personal and professional training and professionals dedicated to the world of communication and the arts.

In this way, and in a complementary way to his/her specific training, we help the student create a differentiating pattern in the social and business environment in which he/she will be immersed when he/she finishes his/her studies.

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“Mathematics are all the rage, but when weren't they? With its periods of enlightenment and unenlightenment, mathematics and progress have gone hand in hand, from ancient Mesopotamia to the naval explorations of the 15th and 16th centuries, and intensively in the cyber-explorations of our days”.
Pilar VélezDirector of the Bachelor’s Degree
grupo matematicas

The Mathematics and its Applications group receives a visit from mathematicians Dana-Picard, Kovács and Vajda

From February 20 to 24, the Polytechnic school hosted visiting professors Noah Dana-Picard (Jerusalem College of Technology), Zoltán Kovács (PH Linz and JKU Linz) and Robert Vajda (Bolay Institute, Szeged University). The professors collaborate with researchers from the Mathematics and its Applications group in the development of automatic reasoning systems based on dynamic geometry (DGS) and computational algebra (CAS) for teaching and learning geometry.

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Historias del infinito

An infinite symphony of numbers

José A. Prado Bassas was in charge of raising the curtain to talk about his book, Historias del infinito. Considered to be one of the most enigmatic concepts, the term infinite in mathematics refers to what has no end, for example, the set of natural numbers. In a presentation that did not lack a sense of humor, Bassas stressed that "one doesn't mess around with infinity", and shared with the audience a collection of paradoxes about infinity. For example “the paradox of the sausage. You cannot eat a whole sausage. You eat half, then half of half, later half of half of half and so on. You would never finish the sausage.”

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New Facilities at the Madrid-Princesa Campus, in the center of Madrid

The Higher Polytechnic School has more than 3,500 square meters of renovated facilities, in the center of Madrid, for all its programs and students.

Mathematics and Physics in the digital age

Session that addressed the challenges and opportunities of mathematicians and physicists in the digital age, interdisciplinarity, innovation and technology, as well as the bachelor's degrees in Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics (and its double degree) launched by the Nebrija University's Higher Polytechnic School.

Investiture ceremony of Carlos López-Otín as doctor honoris causa

Nebrija University named biochemist Carlos López-Otín a doctor honoris causa last Friday, November 18, in a ceremony that took place in the Conference Hall of the Madrid-Princesa Campus, and had Cristina Garmendia, president of the Cotec Foundation, PhD in Biological Sciences and former Minister of Science and Innovation, as the sponsor.

Welcome Sessions for the 2022-2023 academic year

Nebrija University held Welcome Sessions aimed at new face-to-face bachelor's degree students for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The sessions took place on September 7, 8 and 9 and in them the students got to know the University, professors, departments, facilities and colleagues who will be part of their university life.


Pilar Vélez proclaims her passion for mathematics at the official opening of the 2022-2023 academic year

Devotion colored the atmosphere of the opening ceremony of the 2022-2023 academic year at the Madrid-Princesa Campus of Nebrija University. It was present in the gestures and in the words of the speeches of academic personalities and in the title of the inaugural lesson – Devotion to Mathematics. From great discoveries to the discovery of theorems – proclaimed by Pilar Vélez Melón, professor of Mathematics and director of the Mathematics and its Applications research group.

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