This project is eligible for full funding, including support for 3.5 years’ study, additional funds for conference and research visits and funding for relevant IT needs.
This project can be undertaken as a self-funded project. Self-funded applications are accepted year-round for a January, April or September start.
We welcome applicants through the China Scholarship Council Scheme (deadline for applications 12th January 2020).
The School of Mathematical Sciences is committed to the equality of opportunities and to advancing women’s careers. As holders of a Bronze Athena SWAN award we offer family friendly benefits and support part-time study.
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2.Bianconi, Ginestra, and Christoph Rahmede. "Emergent hyperbolic network geometry." Scientific reports 7 (2017): 41974.
3. Courtney, O.T. and Bianconi, G., 2016. Generalized network structures: The configuration model and the canonical ensemble of simplicial complexes. Physical Review E, 93(6), p.062311.
4. Millán, A.P., Torres, J.J. and Bianconi, G., 2018. Complex network geometry and frustrated synchronization. Scientific reports, 8(1), p.9910.
5. Bianconi, G. and Ziff, R.M., 2018. Topological percolation on hyperbolic simplicial complexes. Physical Review E, 98(5), p.052308.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 34.80
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