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PhD studentship in mathematical physics

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Brunel has a PhD studentship available for starting in January 2014. The studentship covers Home/EU tuition Fees plus a stipend of £13726 per year, annually renewable subject to satisfactory progress, for a period of three years. The condition of the studentship stipulates that the studentship holder will have to carry out teaching duties for 72 hours per academic year, which translates to three hours per week, on average, during October-March. The studentship is open to all nationalities.

Current research strengths within the Department include Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering, Applied Analysis, Combinatorics, Computational Mathematics, Continuum Mechanics, Financial Mathematics, Operational Research & Statistics and Mathematical Physics. In the last research assessment exercise, 60% of the research in the Mathematical Sciences Department has been rated ‘World-Leading’ or ‘Internationally Excellent’.

Applications are invited from suitable candidates for a PhD studentship in the above areas. While outstanding applications from all research areas are welcome, preference will be given to candidates working in the area of Mathematical Physics. Applicants should have a first class honours degree, MSc or equivalent in mathematics, statistics, engineering or a relevant discipline.

Applications should comprise of CV, one page research statement, transcripts of all degree results, and two recent references, one of which should be academic. Please send these documents to
Ms Frances Foster
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Brunel University
Uxbridge, UB8 3PH
UK
or email her at frances.foster@brunel.ac.uk .

Informal enquiries may be made via email to Dr Paresh Date (Director of Research) at : paresh.date@brunel.ac.uk.

Deadline for applications is 15th November 2013.

Voir en ligne : Department of Mathematical Sciences at Brunel

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