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Operator and spectral theory of plasmon resonances for structures with corners and edges

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    Dr K Perfekt
    Prof M Levitin
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Project Description


This is a fully funded PhD studentship in analysis. The project sets out to study surface plasmon resonances in constellations of nanoparticles. To analyse the problem, we will use a formulation in terms of integral operators. We will investigate how the underlying geometry influences the spectrum and other properties of systems of such operators.

Funding Notes

Starts September 2019
3-year PhD program covering fees, stipend, and £1,000 per annum for conference travel.
Tuition fees plus RCUK stipend

Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelor Degree or equivalent in mathematics.
Due to restrictions on the funding this studentship is open only to UK/EU students.

EU applicants only qualify for the stipend if they have been resident in the UK for the 3 years leading up to the start of the studentship.

References

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