Current PhD projects
View some of the PhD projects, offered by our academics for 2022/23 academic year. If you are interested in a particular project or research area, please mention this in your application and your research proposal and feel free to contact supervisors directly. These, however, are only concrete sample projects given in a project's research area at large: they would normally evolve in real time, and supervisors are generally open to new projects. Thus, once you feel that you are interested in a specific research area, do apply, and mention academics, who work in this area as potential supervisors.
Combinatorial algebraic geometry (PDF, 220kB)
Research projects and interests of Celine Maistret (PDF, 12kB) including number theory, computational number theory, arithmetic geometry, arithmetic of elliptic and hyperelliptic curves, Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture, Parity conjecture.
Jonathan Robbins and Tomasz Maciazek (co-supervisors)
Effective hamiltonians for anyons on graphs via self-adjoint extensions of the l (PDF, 113kB)
Probability, analysis and dynamics
Coarse geometry of groups and spaces