The grant, which is for three years, is funded by the Research Council of Norway.
At NTNU the grant period may be extended to four years in exchange for teaching duties.
The PhD project focuses on mathematical models for nonlinear waves.
Depending on the background of the successful applicant, the focus will be on either of mathematical analysis, numerical analysis, or numerical simulation of partial differential equations for nonlinear wave phenomena.
The PhD candidate will participate in the activities of the WaveMaker project which has partners from the University of Oslo, the University of Bergen, and NTNU.
More information can be found on the web page
The applicants should have an MSc degree, or equivalent, and some background in, and interest for, applied mathematics and numerics.
Candidates that complete a MSc degree in 2006 are also encouraged to apply.
The objective of the grant is to obtain a PhD degree, hence the successful applicant must be enrolled as a PhD candidate at NTNU or the University of Bergen.
Application deadline: October 31
Follow the links below for more Numerical Methods And Mathematical Analysis Of Nonlinear Waves details and application contacts.
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