University of Nottingham

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Algebra and Analysis PhD

Course Description

Duration : Various There are strong research maths groups in algebra, arithmetic and algebraic geometry, group theory and complex and functional analysis. A brief overview of certain specific research interests includes: * analysis of magnetic materials * analytic K-theory (including tensor products) * algebraic cobordism * algebraic K-theory * banach algebras * c*-algebras and their classification * calculus of variations, PDEs and networks * cohomology * collective behaviour of vortex lattices in superconductors * combinatorial and geometric group theory (including growth and finiteness of groups) * data clustering * document linking * elliptic curves * forward-backward diffusion equations * geometric data analysis * image processing * Iwasawa theory * meromorphic function theory (particularly value distribution theory) * modular and automorphic forms * nonassociative algebras * quadratic forms and forms of higher degree * quadratic and Hermitian lattices * vortex dynamics

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Career outcomes

Those who take up a postgraduate research opportunity with us will not only receive support in terms of close contact with supervisors and specific training related to your area of research, you will also benefit from dedicated careers advice from our Careers and Employability Service. Individual guidance appointments, career management training programme, access to resources and invitations to events including skills workshops and recruitment fairs are just some of the ways in which they can help you develop your full potential, whether you choose to continue within an academic setting or are looking at options outside of academia.

Algebra and Analysis PhD University of Nottingham