The School of Mathematical Sciences offers postgraduate research opportunities in a wide range of areas of Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. For the 2013-14 entry the School invites applications for five fully funded PhD studentships. Two of them are in any area of interest of researchers active in the Centre for Discrete Mathematics. For details of these areas please see here.
Projects funded by the other three studentships should focus on the following research areas: Complex Systems and Interdisciplinary Research; Nonlinear Dynamical Systems; Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics; Combinatorics; Graph theory; Algebra; Group theory; Functional data analysis; Design and Analysis of Experiments.
All studentships will be allocated to the students with the strongest academic background and potential in the above fields of research. For further details and how to apply please visit this webpage.