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Applied Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 197 Applied Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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Heating and Energy Transfer in the Solar Corona (Advert ref:STFC23/EE/MPEE/REGNIER)

The solar atmosphere is structured by its magnetic field and the ionised plasma is flowing along such magnetic structures. Observations of the solar corona show a broad variety of magnetic structures having thermodynamics parameters covering several orders of magnitude, such as temperatures between 100,000 K to 5 MK. Read more

What makes radial diffusion tick? The symmetries driving radiation belt dynamics. (Advert ref: STFC23/EE/MPEE/BENTLEY)

Earth’s radiation belts are a collection of high energy electrons trapped by the magnetic field. Prediction of the particle populations here is an ongoing question due to the increasing number of satellites whose orbit coincides with the outer radiation belt. Read more

Constraining the processes that accelerate and transport solar flare energetic electrons from the Sun’s inner atmosphere to the Earth (Advert ref: STFC23/EE/MPEE/JEFFREY)

The Sun is a prime laboratory for understanding high energy astrophysics. Its proximity to Earth and transient events such as solar flares make its atmosphere a unique and opportune environment for studying all aspects of high energy astrophysics including the production of solar flare energetic particles. Read more

Numerical simulations to model coronal loop instabilities (Advert ref: STFC23/EE/MPEE/BOTHA)

The solar atmosphere is a highly structured medium consisting of hot plasma and magnetic fields. These magnetic field lines form open structures and closed loops, the stability of which contribute to conditions in the solar wind. Read more

Energy transfer through Alfvén waves in solar system plasmas (Advert ref: STFC23/EE/MPEE/WATT)

The space in our solar system is home to a tenuous but highly energetic plasma. A host of different electromagnetic waves permeate this space, exchanging energy and momentum with the charged particles of the plasma. Read more

Automated detection and tracking of space debris using Explainable AI (Advert ref: NUDATA23/EE/CIS/KURT)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

How do causality pathways in space affect our understanding of the physics? (Advert ref: NUDATA23/EE/MPEE/BENTLEY)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

Mapping proton-scale waves in the solar wind with deep learning (Advert ref: NUDATA23/EE/MPEE/WICKS)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

Searching for the key hidden influences on the Van Allen Radiation Belts (Advert ref: NUDATA23/EE/MPEE/RAE2)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

Searching for substorm onset using Earth’s aurora (Advert ref: NUDATA23/EE/MPEE/RAE1)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

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