PhD positions in mathematics (5)

Stockholm University | Stockholm


The Department of Mathematics at Stockholm University has with its long tradition of excellent research a prominent place in Scandinavian mathematics. The department consists of three divisions: Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics and Computational Mathematics. The research at the Division of Mathematics ranges over many different areas of mathematics, from algebra, geometry and analysis to mathematical logic. We especially seek to recruit PhD students for the following projects: Powers of general linear forms (supervised by Samuel Lundqvist) Moduli, topology, and arithmetic (supervised by Dan Petersen) The combinatorics of addition: number theory, harmonic analysis and probability (supervised by Olof Sisask) Geometry of the Albanese map (supervised by Sofia Tirabassi) It is also possible to apply for projects with other supervisors. Information about available PhD supervisors and possible PhD thesis projects in mathematics, including more information about the above projects, can be found under the link below. We recommend that you contact a potential supervisor before submitting the application. More information about the application process including eligibility requirements can be obtained by following the link below.

Last updated: 9 March 2024

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