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Applied Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Multidimensional localised patterns in fluids

Spatially localised behaviour occurs in a wide range of fluid problems from water waves to convection. In this project we would use a combination of analytical and numerical methods to investigate the emergence and properties (e.g. Read more

Design of Experiments: estimation of selected interactions in factorial experiments

Experiments with factorial treatment structure are used widely in industrial experiments and have applications in many other areas, including medical research and the horticultural and agricultural industries. Read more

Mathematical models for the characterisation of the dynamics of biological systems

Biological systems are constantly exposed to changing environments and adapt to them. That is, biological systems are capable of gathering information about their environments and processing them. Read more

Ensemble-based inference of multi-dimensional Hawkes process driven by count data

The vision of this research is to develop a novel sequential inference method for constructing a large-scale influence network from spatio-temporal count data, which could encompass an arbitrary number of events in a time interval, both as a batch and real-time data stream. Read more

Extreme Value Analysis of Certain Risk Models

Based on the extreme value analysis theory, this project will build some widely recognized risk models, discuss the relevant financial risk measurement indices, and analyze the calculation and properties of these indices. Read more

Exponential integrators

  Research Group: School of Mathematics
A common procedure for the numerical solution of partial differential equations is the method of lines, which results in a large system of ordinary differential equations. Read more
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Using wearable sensors to investigate arm use in everyday activities after a stroke

Stroke is the leading cause of severe disability in adults, with over two-thirds leaving hospital with a disability. According to the Scottish Government’s Progressive Stroke Pathway, people should have access to high quality stroke rehabilitation with the aim of optimising function and promoting independence. Read more

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