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EPSRC award offers new PhD opportunities in pure mathematics
- Helen Wilson and Adam Townsend publish a paper on 'The Physics of Chocolate Fountains'
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.
LSGNT Open Day
LSGNT 2016 Open Day will take place on Thursday 3rd November at 4pm – 7pm in Room D103 at 25 Gordon Street. Please click here to register for the event.