Master of Science in Mathematics by Research
Masters of Science in Mathematics, Faculty of Science (FOS), is a programme that fosters pure and applied research in different branches of Mathematics. The Mathematics Group offers postgraduate research opportunities in a number of areas of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research and Financial Mathematics. A particular focus initiative of the Group is the recentlyestablished Mathematical Modelling and Simulation Cluster, which aims to pursue research in areas such as mathematical epidemiology, inventory analysis, hydrology, crop production and the properties of nanoparticles. One important resource available to the Modelling and Simulation Cluster is UBD’s BlueGene supercomputer, which is currently the only supercomputer in South East Asia.
The Programme is designed for qualified individuals, who wish to acquire advanced knowledge, as well as analytical and research skills in Pure and Applied Mathematics. Students interested in starting a Masters or Doctoral degree in Mathematics at UBD should in the first instance contact one or more of the staff members, and liaise with them to design a suitable research project.
Programme Details
Aims and Scope
The MSc Programme in Mathematics aims to make researchers and scientists with high level specialised skills in order to cope with the increased demands of governments, industries, banks, hospitals etc. Also, students wishing to continue their studies at a PhD level, have the opportunity to prepare themselves for carrying out PhD research. The scope of the Programme is to provide students the necessary specific scientific information, as well as to train them to develop their skills and analytical capabilities.
Structure
Students conduct research on an approved research topic, under the supervision of one or more staff members. Upon completion of their research, they submit a Thesis, which normally does not exceed 60,000 words.
Assessment
 Compulsory modules SR5101. These are modules that all postgraduate students must read and pass to satisfy their graduation requirement.
 Assessment includes examination of the thesis by internal and external examiners. As stipulated in the relevant UBD regulations the examiners may subject a candidate to an oral examination or any other test they think necessary to assess the acceptability of the thesis. Periodic assessment of the progress of the candidate is carried out as stipulated in the relevant UBD regulations.
Areas of Research/ Specialisation
 Operator theory, Integral equations, Approximation of pseudodifferential operators, Wavelets
 Locally convex cones,Linear approximation, Integral representations, Choquet theory
 Numerical Analysis: Spline functions on triangulations, Refinable stable local spline basis functions, Macroelement Riesz bases
 Functional differential equations, and Impulsive differential equations
 Stability and oscillations in dynamical systems, Computer (or numerical) simulations of differential equations
 Mathematical models of neural networks, population dynamics, epidemics, etc.
 Characterization of probability models, Bivariate statistical analysis, Parametric Estimation
 Mathematical physics and cosmology, Petrophysics modelling, Differential geometry, Population dynamics and epidemiology
 Modelling and simulation, High performance computing
 Stochastic volatility, Study of Brunei’s healthcare insurance claims
 Numerical solutions of partial differential equation involving options
 Time series models, Longranged dependence stochastic processes
 Extension of Markowitz’s portfolio optimisation method
 Dynamical systems and chaos, Mathematical modelling: medicine, ecology, epidemiology, Bifurcation Theory, Numerical computation
 Renewable/Solar energy technology, Approximant methods
 Health and medical statistics, Applied statistics, Goodnessoffit tests; Biostatistics, Survival analysis, Longitudinal data analysis
 Mathematical modelling of air quality and pollution, atmospheric transport, population and traffic flows
 Functional differential equations, Impulsive differential/difference equations
 Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Modelling and simulation of the application of nanofluids on heat transfer problems
 Production and inventory control, Supply chain management, Transportation and logistics, Optimization and heuristic techniques
 Road Safety and driving behavior, Intelligent traffic system
For more information
Contact: Deputy Dean of Graduate and Research in FOS (Dr. Basilios Tsikouras  email:nb.ude.dbu@saruokist.soilisab)
Complete programme details can also be found here .
Faculty Member and Contact Details

Research Interests

AP Dr. Sannay Mohamad nb.ude.dbu@damahom.yannas</

Functional differential equations. Impulsive differential/difference equations. Stability and oscillations in dynamical systems. Mathematical models of neural networks, population dynamics, epidemics, etc. Computer (or numerical) simulations of differential equations, functional differential equations, and impulsive differential equations.

Dr. Malcolm Anderson nb.ude.dbu@nosredna.mloclam

Mathematical physics and cosmology Petrophysics modelling Differential geometry Population dynamics and epidemiology

Dr. Saiful Azmi Hj Husain nb.ude.dbu@niasuh.lufias

Modelling and simulation. High performance computing.

Dr. Abby Tan Chee Hong Dean nb.ude.dbu@nat.ybba

Stochastic volatility, interest rate and their implications on option prices large claims and factors contributing to it. Study of Brunei’s healthcare insurance claims, particularly large claims and factors contributing to it. Numerical solutions of partial differential equation involving options. Time series models. Longranged dependence stochastic processes. Extension of Markowitz’s portfolio optimisation method.

Dr. Norhayati Hamzah nb.ude.dbu@hazmah.itayah

Dynamical systems and chaos Mathematical modelling : medicine, ecology, epidemiology Bifurcation Theory Numerical computation

Dr. Yeo Wee Ping Programme Leader (Mathematical and Computing Sciences) nb.ude.dbu@oey.gnipeew

Numerical Analysis: Spline functions on triangulations Refinable stable local spline basis functions Macroelement Riesz bases

Dr. Elvynna Leong Md Dennis Leong nb.ude.dbu@gnoel.annyvle

Biostatistics Survival Analysis Longitudinal Data Analysis

Dr. Yong Shiaw Yin nb.ude.dbu@gnoy.niywaihs

Road Safety and driving behaviour . Intelligent traffic system

Dr. Nurul Huda Mohammad Ramli nb.ude.dbu@ilmar.aduh

Stochastic trajectory modelling in atmospheric transport problems Computational methods in geophysical fluid dynamics Density estimation

Dyg Hasnah Hj Hassan nb.ude.dbu@nassah.hansah

Mathematical modelling of air quality, air pollution, atmospheric transport, population and traffic flows. Operations research. Environmental issues: Climate change, air pollution and energy.
