# Mathematics

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## Latest Mathematics Jobs

**University of Kent**

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£13863.00. + tuition fees

PhD Supervisor: Dr D Froebrich Co-Supervisor: Dr A Kume A funded PhD position is available in the field of Astronomy & Astrophysics and Mathematics. This is a 50/50 shared PhD position between the School of Physical Sciences and the School of Mathematics, Statistics and...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr D Cole Scientific background: Integrated Population Models (IPMs) are a new way of providing a single coherent analysis of independent but related data. For example, this could be abundances and demographic rates, such as arise from studies of avian populations undertaken by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO). These...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr S Krusch Topological solitons are smooth, localized solutions of partial differential equation which can be thought of as extended particles. One important example is the Skyrme model, whose solitonic solutions are known as Skyrmions and model protons, neutrons and atomic nuclei. The study of the Skyrme model involves...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr K Kong Dimension reduction plays a crucial role in regression analysis with a large number of regressors. A great deal of research has been done in this area, but none has emerged as the clear winner over others. Kong and Xia (2014, AOS) recently proposed a methodology via quantile regression which works under very general...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr S Launois Background: The general topics of this PhD project are Poisson algebras, their quantisations and beyond. This project involve techniques from various areas: ring theory, representation theory, algebraic geometry, algebraic combinatorics, Lie theory, etc. Poisson algebras are commutative algebras that first...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr B Lemmens The classical Perron-Frobenius theory concerns the spectral properties of nonnegative matrices, and is considered one of the most beautiful topics in matrix analysis. Since its inception in the early nineteen-hundreds it has had a profound influence on many parts of pure and applied mathematics;...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Prof E L Mansfield The project concerns embedding physically important conservation laws and geometrical properties into approximation schemes for variational problems. The mathematical methods employed include the Calculus of Variations, Lie groups and their actions, and approximation theory. The project will have both a...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr M Rosenkranz Boundary problems are arguably the most popular models for describing nature and society. A typical example is given by Fourier’s law of heat transfer in a solid material, relating small changes in temperature to small changes in heat energy. Since differential equations apply uniformly to large classes of...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

PhD Supervisor: Dr JP Wang In Applied Mathematics the development of the theory of difference equations has mostly been driven by its obvious applications to numerical schemes. Apart from numerical analysis, difference equations have many other important applications such as shape design (discrete geometry) and cellular automata appearing in...

**University of Kent**- School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science

**Placed on:**27-03-2015

**Salary:**£0.00. Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

Spectral problems are often classified as ‘selfadjoint’ or ‘non-selfadjoint’ depending on whether they describe time-dependent systems which conserve or fail to conserve energy. Non-selfadjoint operators and associated spectral problems arise naturally in many physical application areas, such as hydrodynamics,...

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