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  DTC MATH 15 - Analysis of stochastic evolution equations - investigation of random field solutions of partial differential equations perturbed by random noises
  Prof JL Wu
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project will investigate random field solutions of parabolic partial differential equations perturbed by random noises, including stochastic heat equations and parabolic Anderson models as prototype examples.
  Computational Methods for High-Dimensional Problems in Finance using PDE Methods and Deep Learning
  Research Group: Probability and Applications
  Dr K Glau
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.
  DTC MATH 12 - Mathematical analysis of Thomas-Fermi theory of charge screening in graphene
  Dr V Moroz
Applications accepted all year round
Mathematically, graphene could be considered as a two-dimensional object. Two dimensionality of graphene leads to a number of remarkable physical and mechanical properties which also give rise to new challenging mathematical problems.
  Towards a more scientific and rigorous debt management: investigation of numerical and simulation approaches
  Dr D Xie
Applications accepted all year round
It has been well recognized that higher leverage ratio and poor debt management are fundamental factors leading to financial crisis across all economies.
  Bridging the interface between time series analysis and network science
  Research Group: Complex Systems and Networks
  Dr L Lacasa
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.
  Random Periodicity in Dynamics with Uncertainty: Controlled Random Periodic Processes
  Prof H Zhao, Dr C Feng
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
This candidate will pursue cutting edge research towards a PhD degree in stochastic analysis associated with the recent 5-year EPSRC Established Career Fellowship of Professor Zhao.
  Stochastic Differential Equations for Systems with Extreme Events
  Dr S Johnson, Dr F Spill
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
A great many real-world phenomena which involve some degree of randomness can be described with stochastic differential equations (SDEs).
  Preconditioners for time-harmonic heterogeneous electromagnetic problems
  Dr V Dolean Maini
Applications accepted all year round
PDEs (partial differential equations) arise in the mathematical modelling of many physical phenomena as well as science and engineering problems (meteorology, structural analysis, fluid dynamics, electromagnetism, finance, etc.) Parallel solution schemes using state-of-the art computers allow scientists to obtain more representative and accurate solutions of the discretised equations faster.
  Transcriptome Pattern Recognition in Pre-Cancer Cells
  Dr M T Teh, Dr L Lacasa
Applications accepted all year round
Background. All cellular processes are tightly regulated by a complex network of interacting biomolecules. Given that mRNA transcription precedes protein translation, change in gene expression levels often precedes visible pathological manifestation.
  DTC CS 4 - Computational complexity and bounded rationality
  Dr A.M Pauly
Applications accepted all year round
If figuring out the best way to play a game is too complicated to be feasible, what is the next best approach? This project combines computational complexity and algorithmic game theory to search for a notion of rational behaviour under complexity constraints.
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