Details about PhD Studentship In Nonlinear Equations In Quantum Chemistry
PhD Studentship In Nonlinear Equations In Quantum Chemistry is offered for PhD degree in the field of Nonlinear Equations in Quantum Chemistry . You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 30 Aug 2016. This scholarship is provided by University of Sussex and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, A stipend of Â£14057 per annum (tax-free) . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationalities.
- Deadline: 30 Aug 2016
- Scholarship value: Full Funding, A stipend of Â£14057 per annum (tax-free)
Department of Mathematics at University of Sussex is offering a fully-funded PhD studentship in Nonlinear Equations in Quantum Chemistry. The research project addresses the mathematical analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations arising in electronic structure models of quantum chemistry and, in particular, models in the presence of an external magnetic field. The objective is to identity, explore and develop relevant links between the various variational methods, with a view to providing a more integrated approach to their use in nonlinear partial differential equations and initiating new areas of application within quantum chemistry, with possible use in numerical studies. The PhD project will be under the supervision of Professor Michael Melgaard.
- Applicants must hold, or expect to hold, a UK Bachelor degree in Mathematics at first or upper second class, and/or a UK Master's degree in Mathematics, or equivalent non-UK qualifications. A high standard of written and spoken English is essential.
- Candidates with background knowledge of partial differential equations, mathematical analysis, and quantum physics, are preferred.
- The studentship is open to UK and EU resident students.
- Overseas (ex-EU) students may also apply, but applicants should note that the award waives the fees at UK/EU rates only, of £4068 per year. Due to UK government requirements, Overseas students pay higher fees of £14450 per year, so additional fees of £10382 per year will be required. We regret we are unable to fund the additional fees ourselves.