Text only About us Job opportunities Contact us
The Mathematics and Statistics Department To Faculty website
SEARCH
Home Printable Version Site Map Ask Us
PhD opportunities in Mathematics and Statistics

Particles and caustics in turbulent aerosols, DOI: 10.1209/epl/i2004-10532-7
PhD opportunities in the Department cover a wide range of Mathematics and Statistics research including Analysis and Geometry, Combinatorics, History of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Medical Statistics, Multivariate Statistics and Bayesian Statistics.

At present, we are not recruiting for PhD study in Mathematics and Statistics. Recruitment to start in October 2015 will commence at the start of 2015.

In addition to this webpage, for further information for both part-time and full-time study, see the guide for applicants.

PhD students benefit from a lively research environment with a full programme of seminars, extensive university training and career development opportunities and support to join an appropriate learned society.

  • Full-time campus-based student benefits include: dedicated work-space and computer; £1250 annual allocation for training and conference attendance; possibility of extension of studentship for up to 3 months.
  • Part-time distance-study student benefits include: phone, internet and email support from experienced supervisory team; visits to Walton Hall campus for induction and training; support for training and conferences.



Research projects for October 2014

* indicates suitable for part time study.

Pure Mathematics
Ben Mestel*Renormalization for asymmetric dynamical systems
Robert BrignallThe construction of infinite antichains
Toby O'NeilDimensions of visible sets
Uwe Grimm*Mathematical diffraction of aperiodically ordered systems

Applied Mathematics
Andrey Umerski*Theory of spin and charge transport in nanostructures
Ben MestelMathematical problems of storage in power networks
Ben Mestel*Quasiperiodic dynamical systems
Michael Wilkinson*Particles and waves in turbulent fluids
Robert Hasson*Novel conductor models for the biomagnetic inverse problem
Uwe Grimm*Mathematical diffraction of aperiodically ordered systems

History of Mathematics
June Barrow-GreenThe development of dynamical systems theory in the USSR

Statistics
Įlvaro FariaReal time forecasting and monitoring of high frequency data
Paul GarthwaiteApplication and comparison of transformations for orthogonality
Catriona QueenForecasting and monitoring traffic network flows

If you are considering applying for full- or part-time study for a research degree, we encourage you to seek informal advice from the Department first, preferably by email, before submitting an application.

Contacts: MCS-Mathematics-Enquiries or Robert Brignall (Mathematics) and Alvaro Faria (Statistics).

© The Open University 2004-2014