ENTRY OCTOBER 2017:- We are currently seeking to fill studentships. Applicants are strongly advised to submit their applications as soon as possible. Please contact s.adams at warwick.ac.uk and see the page for PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS for more details on how to apply.
The MASDOC PhD programme has a broad scope within the mathematical sciences rooted in the following major areas :
• Analysis and partial differential equations
• Numerical analysis and scientific computing
• Probability and stochastic analysis
• Applied mathematics and statistics
PhD projects in MASDOC vary greatly, from Pure Mathematics to Applied Mathematics and from Theory to Methodology to Applications. Students may specialise in one of the themes or combine techniques from two or more of the themes. MASDOC students develop invaluable skills which are applicable in a broad range of possible careers, from pure academic research through to scientific modelling in industry.
The four year programme comprises a pioneering unique integration of innovative taught modules and PhD research of the highest standard with group work, international partnerships, communication and the acquisition of generic research skills. Supervision of the highest quality is provided by a large body of SUPERVISORS comprising full time permanent Warwick Professors.
Our first OPEN DAY for prospective students usually takes place in November, but the date has yet to be confirmed.
A MASDOC student speaks about the programme HERE .
See Department of Mathematics and the Department of Statistics for more general information about postgraduate study in the departments.
If you would like to contact MASDOC, please send an e-mail to masdoc.info at warwick.ac.uk
There will be a MASDOC school in PDEs as part of the following Warwick symposium which covers many of the MASDOC research themes:
Recent MASDOC Schools for PhD students include:-
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