EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematical Modelling, Analysis & Computation: 4-year PhD studentships
The Maxwell Institute Graduate School for Mathematical Modelling, Analysis & Computation (MAC-MIGS) invites applications for its 4-year PhD. MAC-MIGS is run jointly by the universities of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt and supported by EPSRC. It offers graduate students an intensive training and research programme that equips them with the skills needed to tackle contemporary mathematical and application challenges.
MAG-MIGS offers up to 15 fully-funded studentships to strongly motivated students with or expecting a 1st-class degree in Mathematics or related subjects (or equivalent such as MSc). The successful students will integrate a vibrant research environment, interacting with some 80 MAC-MIGS academics and the 100+ PhD students of MIGS. They will benefit from:
- PhD projects and smaller projects supervised by world-leading experts,
- advanced courses on topics including mathematical analysis (pure, applied, numerical and stochastic), computational mathematics, multiscale modelling, mathematical biology, uncertainty quantification, inverse problems and data assimilation, and machine learning,
- extensive experience of collaborative and interdisciplinary work through projects, modelling camps, industrial sandpits and internships,
- outstanding early-career training.
Consult www.mac-migs.ac.uk for the online application procedure and further details on the programme.
Applicants whose application is received by 30 November 2020 will be considered for interview during the next MAC-MIGS Recruitment Day on 14 December 2020. In February 2021 we will have a second Recruitment Day. Further information will be available from our website.
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