PhD program in Mathematics
XXXII cycle - 2016/2017
|Position||10 position available - 9 scholarships|
|Director/Coordinator||prof. Cristian Giardinΰ|
|PhD website||» www.mathphd.unimore.it|
|Nota||The course is activated by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in agreement with the University of Parma and with the University of Ferrara.|
Expiration date 30/06/2016 at 13:00|
Call for admission
|Final ranking||Published 28/07/2016|
Enrollment deadline 08/08/2016 at 15:30:00
MAT/02 (Algebra), MAT/03 (Geometry), MAT/04 (Complementary Mathematics), MAT/05 (Mathematical Analysis), MAT/06 (Probability and Mathematical Statistics), MAT/07 (Mathematical Physics), MAT/08 (Numerical Analysis), MAT/09 (Operational Research), INF/01 (Computer Science), SECS-S/01 (Statistics).
Italian second level degree (laurea specialistica, under D.M.
509/99 or laurea magistrale, under D.M. 207/04) or Italian degree obtained prior to D.M. 13 509/99 or equivalent qualification obtained abroad.
More information available in the Call.
The course is activated by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in agreement with the University of Parma and with the University of Ferrara. For the XXXII cycle, the administrative office is the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Students will be placed in the research groups of the partner universities according to the seat of the supervisor (tutor) that will be assigned by the Faculty Board.
Due to the substantial number of about 60 Board members with an international scientific profile, the PhD Program offers an high-quality training in all areas of Mathematics. The activities include lectures (especially during the first year), seminars, workshops and research periods in partner institutions. With regard to the specific training objectives pursued, the PhD program in Mathematics aims particularly to the training of highly qualified researchers, able to carry out high-profile research. The PhD candidate will choose with his supervisor a research topic and will write a dissertation thesis containing original elements. Ph.D. recipients will be ready to work in universities, research institutes, industry, public administration as well as in independent commercial enterprises.
The main areas of interest of the PhD programme include, but are not limited to:
Group actions, Hopf Algebras and Quantum Groups
Geometry and Complex Analysis
Discrete mathematics and Combinatorial geometry
Geometric and algebraic topology of manifolds
History of Mathematics
Partial Differential Equations
Calculus of Variations and applications to Variational problems
Analytic Number Theory
Kinetic Theory - Gas dynamics
Mathematical models and method for complex systems
Mathematical Methods of Quantum Mechanics
Mathematical models in Biology
Modelling and Scientific Computing
Numerical Optimization and Applications
Numerical methods for Integral Equations
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Three years (01/11/2016 - 31/10/2019)
Students will be placed in the research groups of the partner universities according to the seat of the supervisor (tutor) that will be assigned by the Faculty Board.