The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science offers a Bachelor in mathematics and a Master in artificial intelligence.

À la une en faculté de mathématiques et informatique

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Les systèmes hamiltoniens à ports : un paradigme moderne pour la modélisation, la simulation, l’optimisation et la régulation de processus dynamiques

Dans le domaine de l’ingénierie, il est courant d’utiliser des modèles mathématiques ou informatiques, par exemple pour simuler ou optimiser le…

Les mathématiques, un savoir qui ne vieillit pas ?

De plus en plus de géants de la technologie s’installent en Suisse, comme Facebook, Amazon, ou encore Google, qui dirige ici son deuxième plus grand…

Ernennung ordentlicher Professor in der Fakultät Mathematik und Informatik der FernUni Schweiz

Die FernUni Schweiz vertieft ihre Vernetzung und Etablierung im schweizerischen Hochschulbereich.

Events of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Information webinars
Tuesday, 26.03.2024

Information webinar on the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics programme


Thursday, 16.05.2024

Uni60+ : Künstliche Intelligenz – eine kurze Einführung

Mittels einfach zugänglichen Beispielen werden in diesem Webinar die mathematischen Grundideen der künstlichen Intelligenz erklärt


Mathematics and Computer Science
Tuesday, 21.05.2024

2nd Brig Workshop on Dissipativity in Systems and Control

Aula, Fernuni Schweiz, Schinerstrasse 18, 3900 Brig

The research and teaching activities of the faculty focus on applied and pure mathematics, statistics, machine learning, and complex multidimensional data analysis.

Why study mathematics or AI at UniDistance Suisse?

Mathematics, statistics, computer sciences and informatics are critically contributing to the current technological advances in digital information processing. In that context, our faculty is offering theoretical, well founded, high-level Bachelor and Master level education, with a strong connection to applied research and industrial world experience. We believe that the interplay between abstraction and application is very fruitful.

A traditional university is not the only place where you can study mathematics. UniDistance Suisse offers an innovative concept of distance learning. We have a blended learning model which combines independent study with online support and regular in person classes with the professors and lecturers responsible for each module. Our concept offers the flexibility of distance learning, together with strong individual support and supervision.