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Beasiswa di University of Bristol -School of Mathematics, 2013-2014

21.1.13 |

PhD Studentship in Mathematics
University of Bristol -School of Mathematics

Faculty of Science

The University of Bristol invites applications for a fully funded 42
Month PhD Studentship in Mathematics commencing 1 October 2013,
working with Professor Tim Browning on his ERC funded project
Frontiers of Analytic Number Theory And Selected Topics (FANTAST).

The studentship includes an annual stipend at EPSRC rates (currently
£13,590 p.a.), and covers the University's tuition fees for EU or
overseas students. Applicants are expected to hold a first class
honours degree, or international equivalent, in Mathematics. There are
no restrictions on nationality.

The School of Mathematics has about 95 members of academic staff from
over 24 countries covering three areas of mathematics research, and an
international reputation for excellence in each. It was ranked third
for applied mathematics, joint fourth for statistics, and joint fifth
for pure mathematics based on the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise
(RAE) 2008. It is one of the largest schools in the Faculty of Science
and currently provides around 70 postgraduates with a vibrant and
stimulating place to work. Fourteen per cent of mathematics students
were from overseas in 2011/12, one of the largest international
communities in the faculty.

Research Groups Research groups in Applied Mathematics include
dynamical systems and statistical mechanics, mathematical physics
(quantum chaos, random matrix theory, quantum information,
condensed-matter theory), fluid dynamics (complex fluids, experimental
mathematics, turbulence, waves, granular flows), materials science,
and scientific computing.

Research groups in Pure Mathematics include algebra (representation
theory of groups and algebras, homological algebra, algebraic
topology), analysis (partial differential equations and spectral
theory), ergodic theory and dynamical systems (dimension theory in
dynamical systems, dynamics of group actions, Teichmüller dynamics),
logic (set theory and the foundations of mathematics) and number
theory (algorithmic number theory, analytic number theory and
Diophantine geometry).

The Statistics group's research projects include the modelling of
random phenomena, methods for the analysis of data, and computational
techniques for performing this modelling and analysis. The
applications of this research are many and varied, ranging from the
analysis of solar flares to robot navigation, from the behaviour of
socially organised animals to traffic queues and from genetic research
to signal processing.

For more information on the School of Mathematics, it's research
groups, teaching and staff profile, see

Application process To apply, complete the online application form Please choose 'Mathematics
(PhD)' as your programme choice and include "PhD Studentship in
Mathematics (FANTAST)" in the funding section.

The deadline for applications is 1 February 2013. Short-listed
applicants will be interviewed in the week commencing 18 February
2013. Interviews of overseas applicants may be carried out via skype.

Your application should include (1) Full list of courses and marks
from your university, (2) English language certificates where
applicable, (3) two academic references, (4) an up-to-date CV and (5)
a brief statement of why you wish to take on this project.

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