Scalable in-memory graph databases
Prof R Raman, Prof T Erlebach
21 January 2019
We live in a networked world. the relationship between entities are even more meaningful than the entities themselves. An obvious example is Facebook, where each entity represents an individual or an organisation, and two entities are related if they are “friends” on Facebook.
Multivariate Regression on High Dimensional Networks
Dr S Roy, Dr E Evangelou
24 February 2019
A key feature of many modern datasets is the inherent network structure present in it. Examples include social networks, biological networks, spatial networks among others.
Finite noncommutative Riemannian geometries
Geometry and Analysis
Prof S Majid
Applications accepted all year round
The School of Mathematical Sciences of Queen Mary University of London invite applications for a PhD project commencing either in September 2019 for students seeking funding, or at any point in the academic year for self-funded students.
Fast Algorithms for Cluster Dynamics in Multi-phase Flow Pore-networks
Institute of Petroleum Engineering
Dr R van Dijke
1 February 2019
Recent 3D micro-CT visualisations of two-phase flow in porous media have revealed and confirmed pore-scale displacement mechanisms, such as trapped ganglion movement, as well as sudden interface advance (Haines jumps) and retraction (Berg et al., 2013; Reynolds et al., 2017.).