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Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 819 Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Embarking on a PhD in Mathematics is an exhilarating journey into the realm of abstract thinking, problem-solving, and the discovery of new mathematical principles. These advanced research degrees offer candidates the opportunity to delve deep into areas of pure mathematics, such as algebra, topology, and geometry, or applied mathematics, including mathematical physics, financial mathematics, and computational mathematics.

Through PhDs in Mathematics, students engage in rigorous analysis and the development of new theories and methodologies, contributing to the advancement of mathematical knowledge and its applications in various fields. This path is not just an academic pursuit; it’s a voyage into the infinite possibilities that mathematics offers to explain and enhance the world around us.

Why complete a PhD in Mathematics?

A PhD in Mathematics provides students with the unique opportunity to contribute to the foundational understanding of the universe through the language of mathematics. These programmes encourage candidates to tackle challenging questions, pushing the boundaries of what is known and exploring the unknown dimensions of mathematical theory.

Engaging in high-level mathematical research cultivates an exceptional level of analytical thinking, problem-solving skills, and the ability to approach complex systems in innovative ways. The nature of mathematical research ensures that doctoral candidates become adept in creating logical arguments and developing new mathematical models that can have profound implications across science, engineering, economics, and technology.

In terms of employment, earning a PhD in Mathematics opens up a number of career opportunities. In academia, graduates can lead their research agendas, contribute to the body of mathematical knowledge, and inspire future mathematicians through teaching. Beyond the university setting, PhD holders in mathematics are highly sought after in finance, data analysis, cryptography, and software development industries, where their ability to formulate and solve complex problems is invaluable.

Government and private research institutions also value the unique insight that mathematicians provide in solving national security problems, enhancing computational capabilities, and developing new technologies. The rigorous training, alongside the deep and broad mathematical knowledge acquired through these programmes, equips graduates with the skills to excel in diverse roles, making a significant impact on both theoretical and practical problems.

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Novel metamaterials for mechanical waves attenuation

The Engineering and Mathematics Group within the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment is inviting applications for a research studentship in developing novel metamaterials for high-energy mechanical waves attenuation leading to the award of a PhD degree. Read more

Multiscale Numerical Approaches for Materials Design and Engineering

The Engineering and Mathematics Group within the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment is inviting applications for a research studentship in developing novel numerical approaches for design and engineering of composite materials and metamaterials leading to the award of a PhD degree. Read more

The impact of microglia on dopaminergic synapses in Parkinson’s disease

Applications are invited for a 3.5-year funded PhD studentship in the group of Dr Anna Mallach in the Department of Brain Sciences, commencing during 2024/25 for a project to study The impact of microglia on dopaminergic synapses in Parkinson’s disease. Read more

MetacMed Doctoral Network - Doctoral Candidate Position

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time, fixed-term position of 36 months duration as a Doctoral Candidate (DC8) at the University of Warwick, UK. Read more

Multimodal unmixing for massively parallelised multichannel microscopy

  Research Group: Institute of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology
Curing diseases and improving human health relies on our understanding of how genes are expressed and regulated at the level of the genome. Read more

Hybrid OFDM transmission system for connected autonomous vehicles

Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a technique that exploits orthogonal carriers to transmit information and enhance received signal diversity and consequently increase received signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Read more

(EPSRC) Generation of an AI predictive model capable of identifying prostate and bladder cancer patients that will benefit from radiotherapy.

Prostate and bladder cancer are both malignancies of the urological system affecting 1.8 million people. However, 50% of prostate and 25% of bladder cancer patients are respectively diagnosed as high risk aggressive diseases, both requiring either radical surgery (RS) or radiotherapy (RT)1,2. Read more

Bioinspired Nanomaterials Based Miniaturised Soft Robots for High Precision Regiospecific Drug Delivery to Malignant Tumours

Cancer is one of the top global public health challenges, estimated to have caused 10M deaths (2020) according to WHO. Throughout the years, standardised therapeutic protocols have been developed and evolved for the treatment of various types of cancers. Read more

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