PhD Studentship in Numerical Modelling of Processes Exhibiting Layer Phenomena, National University of Ireland, Cork

Applications are invited for a PhD studentship at National University of Ireland, Cork, to work on a mathematical modelling project that also involves significant amounts of numerical computation.

The successful applicant will have

- or expects to be awarded shortly

- a good undergraduate degree (or Masters) in applied mathematics or a related numerate discipline.

- S/he will have a strong interest in modelling and in the numerical solution of differential equations.

The studentship includes an annual salary of EUR18,000, plus Ph.D. fees at NUIC, and there is additional generous support for travel.

The studentship will commence in Autumn and is tenable initially for 18 months, with an additional 18 months dependent upon a successful progress review.

Applications by email to Professor Martin Stynes (m.stynes@ucc.ie), who can also be contacted via email or phone (+353-21-4902539) for informal enquiries and further information.

Applications must include:

  • CV, including clear statements regarding the quality of your examination grades and your competence in spoken and written English;
  • a covering letter describing your interest in this position;
  • the names of 3 academic referees, together with the positions they hold and their email and postal addresses.

    Closing date: Friday, 6 July

    Applications must include:

  • CV, including clear statements regarding the quality of your examination grades and your competence in spoken and written English;

  • a covering letter describing your interest in this position;
  • the names of 3 academic referees, together with the positions they hold and their email and postal addresses.

    Closing date: Friday, 6 July

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