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Applied Mathematics (operational research) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Dynamical system approaches for solving variational inequalities

Variational inequalities (VIs) are a powerful mathematical model which unifies important concepts in applied mathematics like systems of nonlinear equations, necessary optimality conditions for optimisation problems, complementarity problems, obstacle problems, or network equilibrium problems. Read more

Efficient methods for solving clustering-with-hyperplane problems

Clustering is one of the central problems in machine learning. In its classical paradigm, the clustering problem asks for partitioning a given dataset into k clusters in such a way that the distance between each point and the centroid of the corresponding cluster is minimized. Read more

PhD opportunities in Mathematics at Brunel University London

Are you ready to address problems of real biological or engineering importance? Or perhaps investigate the underlying mathematical and phenomenological processes of societal issues?. Read more

SCENARIO: Trapped lee waves as a source of low-level drag on the atmosphere (SC2022_07)

Atmospheric models used for numerical weather prediction and climate projections have significant uncertainties in their representation of small-scale processes that contribute to errors in the modelled atmospheric circulation. Read more

Expert control systems for AD systems

AD is non-linear process which is notoriously difficult to control automatically and therefore has in the past relied on expert operators to maintain the performance and stability of AD sites. Read more

SCENARIO: Toward next generation sea ice models: taking the rough with the smooth? (ref: SC2022_01)

Sea ice, formed from the freezing of ocean water, covers a large fraction of the polar oceans and plays a central role in the climate system, moderating air-ocean transfers of heat, moisture and momentum, and moderating global patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation. Read more

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