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The department conducts research and provides education at graduate and undergraduate level in broad areas of mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematical statistics and mathematical logic. We also have an active research group in financial mathematics, and Uppsala's Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics is closely linked to the department. The number of employees is nearly 100, of which approximately 30 are doctoral students.
The Division of Materials theory is known to have a world-class research environment in ab-initio computational research on materials properties. Besides the usage of existing state-of-the-art computational codes, a perpetual development of new methods and computational techniques is done in this department.
The School of Arts awards a number of postgraduate scholarships each year. Applications are invited each year from highly-qualified students to undertake doctoral research and taught MA study. Scholarships are available in all of the following subject areas: Drama and Theatre Studies, Film Studies, Fine Art, History and Philosophy of Art, and Music and Audio.
To be eligible, applicants must:
Be non-native speaking;
Have applied for a postgraduate research programme at King's College London and received an offer, either conditional or unconditional.
Kent Law School (KLS) invites applications for full time research studentships leading to the degree of PhD commencing in September 2011. Candidates will initially register for a full time MPhil research degree at the University of Kent at Canterbury.
The Leiden University Institute for Cultural Disciplines (LUICD) is one of seven research institutes within the Faculty of Humanities. LUICD focuses on the study of art, literature and culture through various media.
Pre-selection is in progress for foreign students applying for a position in a PhD Program in Economics, Engineering, Humanities, Law, Medicine, Sciences in University of Rome Tor Vergata in Italy for the Academic Year 2011/12. The number of positions funded by the University will be established by the Graduate School after 10 June 2011.
The International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) scheme is funded by the Commonwealth Government through the Department of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations (DEEWR). Its purpose is to attract high quality overseas postgraduate students to areas of research strength in higher education institutions to support Australia's research effort. Approximately 15 scholarships may be available in 2012 for international students from any country undertaking postgraduate research in areas of University research strengths, including Agriculture, Environment, Mineral and Energy Resources, Social Innovation, Health and Biomedical Sciences, Sensing and computation, Fundamental Disciplines
The PhD students will work with an interdisciplinary mathematics research project, supervised by at least two PhD advisors working in different research disciplines. Ideally, at least one of these disciplines should be in the mathematical sciences, which here includes mathematical statistics, computational science and control systems. The second research discipline should have a connection to complex and dynamical systems, such as those found in physics, chemistry, biology, economics, finance etc.
We are searching for strongly motivated young scientists at both the Early Stage (PhD) and Experienced (PostDoc) level in the frame of TOPOMOD, a training project designed to investigate and model the origin and evolution of topography of the continents over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. The multi-disciplinary approach combines geophysics, geochemistry, tectonics and structural geology with advanced geodynamic modelling.
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IGBMC's PhD Programme is based on a three year - intensive training which comprises dedicated research investigations and active participation in diverse lectures and practicals. Close collaborations with other research institutions in the "Parc d'Innovation" such as the adjacent MCI (Mouse Clinical Institute), the trinational biotechnology school ESBS (Ecole Supérieure de Biotechnologie Strasbourg ), the Faculty of Pharmacy as well as ISIS (Institut de Science et d'Ingénierie Supramoléculaires ) and the University of Strasbourg at large, contribute to synergistic and collegial interactions within and beyond IGBMC. Concomitantly with the highly cosmopolitan and dynamic nature of Strasbourg, our 280 students and post-doctoral fellows from over 30 distinct countries represent a key driving force of IGBMC international visibility.
The EDSF scholarship program was initiated in 1999 to recognize and support the next generation of professionals for the Document Management and Graphic Communication industry. The industry encompasses the wide range of businesses and professionals involved in the creation, management, production, distribution and storage of print and electronic documents.
To encourage postgraduate research Victoria University at Wellington offers scholarships to those about to begin their doctoral studies. These scholarships are awarded on academic merit and are open to New Zealand and international students in any discipline.
The Victoria PhD Scholarship consists of a $21,000 per annum stipend plus domestic tuition fees for up to three years. These scholarships are offered to the top ranked candidates in any round. Scholarships will be awarded in three selection rounds.
The Department of Geological Sciences (Stockholm University, Sweden) invites applications for the following PhD position in Geochemistry. The position is fully funded through the Department.
Stockholm University Requirements: Applicants must have completed a research degree (e.g. Masters) or university study of 240 p (4 years), with at least 60 p (1 year) at the advanced (research) level.
Doctoral Programs form centres of education for highly qualified young scientists from the Austrian and international scientific community. The programme should support centres of excellence at Austrian research institutions and help ensure the continuity and impact of such centres. A Doctoral Program may only be established at a research institution that is entitled to award doctoral qualifications.
Film Studies, Gender and Media, Media and Cultural Studies, Creative Media Practice, Digital Media, Digital Documentary, Journalism and Media, Journalism and Document, Multimedia Journalism, Music, Opera and Music Theater, Composing Sonic Media