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We have 16 Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Loughborough

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Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Loughborough

We have 16 Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Loughborough

Computational Studies of Gas Adsorption in Special Nuclear Materials (SNMs) (Ref: PG/MA/2024)

An exciting PhD opportunity jointly funded by the UK Research and Innovation Council and Sellafield Ltd is available in the Advanced Materials Modelling Group at Loughborough University. Read more
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Discrete and continuous integrable systems (Ref: MV/MA/2024)

Continuous integrable systems are nonlinear differential equations that can be solved exactly and exhibit orderly dynamics. Integrability is the result of some structure underlying the differential equation. Read more

Dispersionless integrable systems in 2+1 dimensions

Dispersionless integrable systems occur in a wide range of applications in various areas of pure and applied mathematics. In 2+1 dimensions, there exists an efficient approach to the classification of integrable systems of this kind based on the method of hydrodynamic reductions pioneered by the Loughborough group [1]. Read more

Nijenhuis Geometry

This PhD project is a part of long-term research programme “Nijenhuis Geometry”, a new challenging area in Differential Geometry that studies local and global properties of geometric structures given by a field of endomorphisms with vanishing Nijenhuis torsion. Read more

Analytical and computational studies of complex liquid-film flows

In this project, we plan to investigate numerically and analytically interfacial dynamics of liquid films in the presence of additional complexities such as surfactants, evaporation and externally applied electric fields. Read more

Eigenvalues of functional difference operators associated to mirror curves

Toric Calabi–Yau manifolds play an important role in mathematical physics. Their mirror manifolds can be described by algebraic curves and recently it was observed that quantisation of these curves leads to functional-difference operators. Read more

De Montfort University PhD Scholarships

De Montfort University is providing 18 fully-funded PhD scholarships offered within three clustered interdisciplinary research themes which students will reside within. Read more

Deep learning for surface water flood risk mapping and forecasting (Ref: FCDT-24-LU4a)

Flooding – the most wide-spread natural hazard – affects every country and region of the world. Flood risk is expected to increase due to climate change, as evidenced by recent recurring UK summer and winter floods. Read more

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