If you are interested in any of these topics, you are welcome to contact the Professor responsible for the position. Also, it is recommended to mention your interest in the application form, among your scientific interests and in your statement of objectives.
|Arithmetic Geometry||Applications of p-adic/motivic integration to problems in geometry||Prof. Dimitri Wyss||The chair of arithmetic geometry advertises a 4-year PhD position at the intersection of number theory, algebraic geometry and representation theory. For an overview of our recent research activities visit https://www.epfl.ch/labs/arg/|
The project is founded by the SNF Grant “Arithmetic aspects of moduli spaces on curves”.
|Algebraic Geometry||Problems around the classification theory of algebraic varieties||Prof. Zsolt Patakfalvi||The candidate is expected to learn and then conduct research in a research area connected to the classification theory of algebraic varieties ( https://www.epfl.ch/labs/cag/classification-theory-of-algebraic-varieties/ )|
Detailed description: https://www.epfl.ch/labs/cag/page-135649-en-html/to collaborative research and possibility of extended stays in KAUST.
|Applied and Computational Mathematics||Mathematics in Computational Sciences||Prof. Daniel Kressner||The group ANCHP offers an open PhD position in Computational Linear Algebra with a particular focus on solving challenging and unusal eigenvalue problems with randomized techniques, as they arise in signal processing, algebraic geometry, computational mechanics, and other areas. The position is funded by a joint ARRS-SNSF project with the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.|
|Applied and Computational Mathematics||Numerical methods for multiscale stochastic problems and homogenization problems.||Prof. Assyr Abdulle||The ANMC chair offers 1-2 open PhD positions in Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis. The current research area of the chair is on numerical methods for multiscale stochastic problems: homogenisation problems, inverse problems, convergence to equilibrium, ensemble Kalman filtering and Bayesian methods.|
|Probability theory and stochastic processes||Stochastic analysis||Prof. Robert Dalang||There will be 1-2 open Ph.D. positions in probability theory/stochastic analysis. The main emphasis is the study of sample path properties of solutions to stochastic partial differential equations. Webpage: https://www.epfl.ch/labs/prob/||03.11.2019|