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EPSRC award offers new PhD opportunities in pure mathematics
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We are delighted to have been awarded EPSRC funding for a new Centre for Doctoral Training in Geometry and Number Theory. This is a partnership between Imperial College, King’s College London, and University College London.
The Centre offers a 4-year PhD programme for students wanting to undertake research in a broad range of topics across geometry and number theory. There is a pool of around 40 potential supervisors across the three institutions who offer a wide range of research projects as well as graduate-level taught courses. We expect to admit 14–15 students per year over a 5-year period. The first cohort started in September 2014.
Please email the Centre Director, Michael Singer, for more information.