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Applied Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Modelling of phase change in dense particle assemblies

This project aims to deliver a new modeling approach to efficiently simulate the powder flow and phase change (solid-liquid-solid) in dense packings of powder consisting of tens of millions of individual grains with application to manufacturing processes. Read more

Postgraduate research degrees in mathematical sciences at the University of Bath

Postgraduate research degrees in mathematical sciences at the University of Bath. Find out about our PhD degrees, funding opportunities and how you can apply. Read more

Measuring Tail contagion risk: An Asymptotic Approach

Risk contagion has attracted increasing research attention in the current epoch of post financial crisis. This project contributes to quantitative risk management by modeling extreme risk contagion and extreme financial risk in an integrated manner via EVT. Read more

Fully-Funded OIST International PhD Program

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) accredited in 2011 as a graduate university located in a beautiful subtropical island of Okinawa, Japan. Read more

Investigating Noise in Ageing Cellular Power Stations

PhD Project. Imperial College Mathematics. Student Background. Theoretical Physics, Mathematics/Statistics, Electrical Engineering (Biological knowledge not required) or Quantitative Biology with an interest in experiment. Read more

Numerical computation of interface problems

  Research Group: School of Computing
Interface problems arise in many different areas of engineering, physical and life sciences. A typical example is the interface between two immiscible fluids separated by an interface governed by surface tension. Read more

Modelling hydrogels and fractal materials

  Research Group: School of Computing
There is growing interest in the importance class of materials known as hydrogels, which are formed by the aggregation of small building blocks until they gel (or percolate) across the sample. Read more

Modelling cross-linked fibre networks in flow

  Research Group: School of Computing
Many industrial and biomedical materials consist of a fibrous solid phase immersed in a viscous fluid, e.g. the cellular cytoskeleton, tissue engineering scaffolds, medical filters, fibre reinforced materials etc. Read more

A theoretical framework of multi-task optimisation

  Research Group: School of Computing
This project proposes a novel mathematical framework of Bayesian computing utilising the advantage of novel information units, neural spikes and synapses, of the brain. Read more

Brain-inspired See-Think-Act Intelligent Machines

  Research Group: School of Computing
There is an ongoing revolution in developing autonomous intelligence machines to greatly improve effectiveness and efficiency of sensory perception, decision-making, and active control. Read more

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