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graph theory PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 10 graph theory PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

AI and graph theory to model small molecules: the next frontier in chemical space (KEMSLEYEK_U24SCI50)

Primary supervisor - Prof Kate Kemsley. Secondary supervisor - Assoc Prof Katharina Huber. 'Chemical space' is the vast, multidimensional landscape of all possible molecules that exist in nature or can be synthesized in the laboratory. Read more

Differential calculus on modules over category algebras

These projects are open to students worldwide, but have no funding attached. Therefore, the successful applicant will be expected to fund tuition fees at the relevant level (home or international) and any applicable additional research costs. Read more

Fractional order modelling of neurons

Project Overview. Fractional order calculus (integro-differential equations that are of non-integral order) is an emerging methodology with wide applications across all areas of Physics and Engineering. Read more

Individual decisions for transport network efficiency and sustainability

The University of Sheffield invites applications from outstanding candidates for this PhD scholarship opportunity. The project is looking at understanding the interplay of selfish routing, social norms and the availability of transport modes for the development of sustainable mobility at urban and regional scale. Read more

Statistical ‘omics on graphs

  Research Group: Division of Statistics
The field of statistical genomics (and related omics) is rapidly accepting that graphical models have a role to play in addressing the complexity of the molecular systems being investigated. Read more

Distributed Sensing in Complex Photonic Network Ensembles

Apply to pursue a PhD in the Optical Theory Group, led by Matthew Foreman, where you will explore optical and plasmonic properties of random complex networks and develop novel sensing algorithms. Read more
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