- Teaching coordinator: Stéphane Bijakowski
- Teaching coordinator: Igor Kortchemski
- Teaching coordinator: Matthieu Leautaud
- Teaching coordinator: Yvan Martel

Category: Bachelor 1

- Teaching coordinator: Stéphane Bijakowski
- Teaching coordinator: Igor Kortchemski
- Teaching coordinator: Matthieu Leautaud
- Teaching coordinator: Yvan Martel

Category: Bachelor 1

Algebra (MAA101) is a fast-paced course which provides students with an overview of the most useful techniques of linear algebra.

- Teaching coordinator: Nathalie Andres
- Teaching coordinator: Stéphane Bijakowski
- Teaching coordinator: Hernán Alberto Iriarte Carrasco
- Teaching coordinator: Igor Kortchemski
- Teaching coordinator: Matthieu Piquerez

Category: Bachelor 1

Algebra (MAA101) is a fast-paced course which provides students with an overview of the most useful techniques of linear algebra.

- Teaching coordinator: Stéphane Bijakowski
- Teaching coordinator: Hernán Alberto Iriarte Carrasco
- Teaching coordinator: Matthieu Piquerez

Category: Bachelor 1

Course description: MAA201 continues the study of linear maps between vector spaces, started in MAA101. The goal is to obtain simple and efficient models for these applications up to suitable changes of coordinates. The concept of duality is initially introduced in the general context of mere vector spaces. Then, the focus is put on vector spaces enjoying a richer structure, namely prehilbert spaces, which is available in most applications (e.g. in solid mechanics or in quantum mechanics). The geometry of these spaces, as well as their important transformations (e.g. normal or unitary maps) is also discussed.

- Teaching coordinator: Nicolas Berkouk
- Teaching coordinator: Damian Brotbek
- Teaching coordinator: Dorian Karim Chanfi
- Teaching coordinator: Dominique Rossin

Category: Bachelor 2

Course description: MAA201 continues the study of linear maps between vector spaces, started in MAA101. The goal is to obtain simple and efficient models for these applications up to suitable changes of coordinates. The concept of duality is initially introduced in the general context of mere vector spaces. Then, the focus is put on vector spaces enjoying a richer structure, namely prehilbert spaces, which is available in most applications (e.g. in solid mechanics or in quantum mechanics). The geometry of these spaces, as well as their important transformations (e.g. normal or unitary maps) is also discussed.

- Teaching coordinator: Eduard Balzin
- Teaching coordinator: Dorian Karim Chanfi
- Teaching coordinator: Alexandra Kuznetsova
- Teaching coordinator: Maria Caterina Valcu

Category: Bachelor 2