|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students|
|Funding amount:||£15009 per annum tax-free bursary for 3.5 years with fees waived and an additional income provided by the partner institution, Ambiental Ltd.|
|Placed On:||29th May 2019|
|Closes:||31st August 2019|
Using numerical and statistical methods for risk assessment and forecasting of flood phenomena.
The computer simulation of flood phenomena, and the influence of rain patterns, including climate change induced variability, play a crucial role in the economy. The risk-assessment can help save lives and alleviate costs to citizens, businesses and governments. The complexity of flood phenomena requires simulations and statistical solutions for accurate estimation of flood risk.
The project is in collaboration with Ambiental Technical Solutions Ltd, a business specialised in flood-risk assessment providing insight to real-life situations for customers.
Further details of the project are available at https://bit.ly/2YS1kaV
£15009 per annum tax-free bursary for 3.5 years with fees waived and an additional income provided by the partner institution, Ambiental Ltd.
A BSc or MSc degree at a high final grade in Mathematics, Computing, Physics or Engineering. Plus a strong background in two of: partial differential equations, mathematical or computational fluid dynamics, numerical methods & analysis, random processes, machine learning, scientific programming.
Applicants must be a UK national, or an EU national with at least 3 years residency in the UK to date.
31 August 2019 12:05 (GMT)
How to apply
Early application is advised because the position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is found.
Apply online though the Sussex University website.
Apply for the PhD in Mathematics with a start date of 23 September 2019.
In the Funding section of the online form state you are applying for this project. In the preferred supervisor section, nominate Dr Omar Lakkis.
Copies of your degree certificates and transcripts should be uploaded, and the names of two supervisors should be supplied.
Candidates will be interviewed over Skype if need be.
Contact Dr Omar Lakkis for enquiries about the project and interviews.
Contact the School Office for questions about the progress of your application and eligibility: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will be conducted as soon as possible after receiving applications.
The PhD will start 23 September 2019.
The first bursary payment will be made 01 October 2019.
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