Online teaching is usually done using Zoom. More detailed information about courses can be found closer to the start of term on their respective course pages.

We urge all students to follow the authorities' recommendations on keeping distances, washing their hands frequently and carefully, and staying at home when feeling at all unwell.

Below you can find information about teaching (at the divisions of Mathematics, Mathematical statistics and Computational mathematics respectively) and examination during the autumn.

On 15 December at the latest it will be decided how the courses beginning in January will be taught.

Teaching

Division of Mathematics

First cycle courses in the division of Mathematics starting at the end of August will be taught online (with some exceptions for courses given in Swedish, see the Swedish version of this page).

First cycle courses in the division of Mathematics starting in November will be taught online, with the exception of Mathematics III - Foundations of Analysis which will be taught on campus.

Second cycle courses in the division of Mathematics are taught online, with the exceptions of Advanced real analysis I which is taught on campus and Commutative algebra and algebraic geometry which is taught at least partially on campus. The course Enumerative combinatorics is taught at KTH, so for information regarding this course we refer to KTH's webpage and to the schedule linked from Course Offerings Autumn 2020.

Division of Mathematical statistics

The following courses in the division Mathematical statistics are taught partially or entirely on campus during the autumn.

Categorical Data Analysis (MT5006)

Taught on campus.

Survival Analysis (MT7006)

Taught at least partially on campus.

Selected Topics in Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes (MT7031)

Also known as Networks and Epidemics. Taught on campus.

Statistical Learning (MT7038)

Taught on campus, except for two lectures which are taught online.

Some courses given in Swedish are also taught on campus, for these see the Swedish version of this page.

Division of Computational mathematics

Courses in the division of Computational mathematics, i.e., courses in computer science and scientific computing, are taught online during the autumn if they are taught at Stockholm University. Note however that courses taught at KTH may be taught on campus, and regarding these we refer to KTH's webpage and to the schedules linked from Course Offerings Autumn 2020.

Examinations

We currently aim to hold examinations on campus. This applies to most courses on all three divisions. A few courses may have a take-home exam instead, see the course page for details.