Denmark: PhD Scholarships Technical University of Denmark

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Applications are invited for 3-year PhD positions starting December 1 2008 or earlier, at the Department of Mathematics.

The positions should be within the research areas of the Department:
Geometry, Applied Functional Analysis, Dynamical Systems and Discrete
Mathematics. Example projects are: Iso-Geometric Analysis and Shape
Optimization, The blood coagulation cascade, The structure of separated
flows, Geometric effects in quantum structures, Highly Non-Linear
Boolean Functions,Optimizat ion of Thermofluidic Systems Using the
Lattice-Bolltzmann Method (for further details on these projects, see www.mat.dtu.dk/English/Education/PhD/PhD%20Projects.aspx

Applications with other projects that are defined in collaboration with Faculty at DTU Mathematics are also welcome.

Candidates should have a master degree in mathematics, applied mathematics or engineering or equivalent academic qualifications.

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The scholarships for the PhD degree are subject to academic approval, and the candidates will be enrolled in the Research School of DTU Mathematics. Information about the general requirements for enrolment and the general planning of the scholarship studies
is included in the general rules at DTU, which may be obtained from the
PhD program office at tel: +45 45251176 or + 45 45251177, and via www.mat.dtu.dk/English/Education/PhD.aspx)

Applications must be submitted in English and must include a complete curriculum vitae and documentation of a completed M.Sc. or M.Eng.-degree. FF

Further information can be obtained from Professor Tom Høholdt, phone: +45 4525 3047, e-mail: T.Hoeholdt@mat.dtu.dk.

All candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic affiliation are invited to apply.
Applications with enclosures in triplicate must be sent to:
Head of Department
att: Anna Jensen
Department of Mathematics
DTU Matematiktorvet, Bldg. 303S
Dk-2800 Lyngby
Denmark
Applications must be received no later than 1 October 2008 12.00 (GMT+1).

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