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University of East Anglia, School of Mathematics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Stability of Soap Films and Foams

Foams, comprising thin liquid films surrounding many small gas bubbles, have many domestic and industrial applications. These often rely on properties such as a high interfacial area, surface activity and yield stress. Read more

Categorified representation theory

This PhD project will investigate questions surrounding categorified representation theory.  . Categorification has led to many breakthroughs in representation theory in the last 15 years. Read more

Classification theory in positive logic

Model theory is traditionally done with “classical first-order logic”, the logic which allows unlimited use of the operators AND, OR, NOT, with the EXISTS and FOR ALL quantifiers. Read more

Contour dynamics for Unsteady Vortex Rings

Known as the “sinews of turbulence”, vortices are fundamental to the study of fluid mechanics. A vortex is a volume/region of fluid in which the vorticity (the curl of the velocity field) is non-zero. Read more

Very large cardinals without choice

Large cardinal axioms are usually stated as assertions concerning the existence of nontrivial elementary embeddings from the universe V into some subclass M; the more M resembles V the stronger the axiom is. Read more

Turbulence in Spinor Superfluids

Turbulence is characterised by the chaotic state of a fluid flow. Turbulent flows have been the subject of intense interest in classical fluids. Read more

Nonlinear waves on graphs

Waves can be found in almost every physical system. When the wave amplitude is sufficiently large, nonlinear effects need to be considered. Read more
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