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  Comparison between factorisation algebras and AQFT
  Dr A Schenkel
Applications accepted all year round
Comparison between factorisation algebras and AQFT. Supervised by Dr Alexander Schenkel. Quantum gauge theories are not only one of the main cornerstones of fundamental physics, but they also inspired exciting developments in mathematics.
  A category-theoretic approach to classification theory (KIRBYJU19SF)
  Dr J Kirby
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Model theory is a branch of mathematical logic which considers the category of all models of a given theory, for example all groups, or all algebraically-closed fields.
  Mathematical Foundations of Topological Data Analysis; Theory & Applications
  Dr I Weiss, Dr J Burridge
Application Deadline: 17 February 2019
Applications are invited for a fully-funded three year PhD to commence in October 2019. The PhD will be based in the School of Mathematics and Physics and will be supervised by Dr Ittay Weiss and Dr James Burridge.
  Modelling car-sharing choice using extreme value theory
  Dr L V Bogachev, Dr H Chen
Applications accepted all year round
Increasing traffic congestion and the resultant greenhouse gas emissions and local air pollution are a major public policy concern, and have stimulated a substantial body of research aimed at developing sustainable forms of people mobility and freight distribution.
  The perception of cycling and cyclists amongst non-cyclists: exploring opportunities for social marketing interventions to increase commuter cycling rates in the UK.
  Dr S Allison
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of the research is to explore the perception amongst non-cyclists of cycle commuting and cyclists in order to gain insights to inform social marketing interventions designed to increase cycling rates.
  Adaptivity and machine learning techniques for PDE problems with uncertain inputs
  Dr A Bespalov
Applications accepted all year round
PhD Studentship in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing. The project concerns numerical solution of partial differential equations (PDEs) with parametric uncertainty in input data.
  Investigating the mental health, psychological wellbeing, and resilience of prison staff
  Dr R Hatcher, Dr K Gooch
Applications accepted all year round
The prison estate in England and Wales is tasked with housing more than 85000 male and female prisoners. According to the Chief Inspector of Prisoners, too many of the establishments within the secure estate are “unacceptably violent and dangerous places” (2017, p7) that are unsafe for both prisoners and staff.
  Adaptive numerical algorithms for PDE problems with random input data
  Dr A Bespalov
Applications accepted all year round
PhD Studentship in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing. The project concerns numerical solution of partial differential equations (PDEs) with uncertainty in input data.
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