Since the early seminal work of mathematical physicist and 2021 Nobel Prize winner Giorgio Parisi and the revolutionary work of 2014 Fields Medalist Sir Martin Hairer, stochastic partial differential equations (SPDEs) have become a very active research field with many cutting-edge and challenging research topics and many applications to real-world problems. In this work, we will look at the qualitative and quantitative properties of stochastic heat equations, stochastic conservation laws, and stochastic Burgers/KPZ equations driven by Brownian motion and/or fractional Brownian motion, alpha-stable processes, and point processes. (Poisson and beyond). The method is made up of techniques from probability, analysis, and computing.
This task should be easy for students who know a lot about probability theory, functional analysis, and/or numerical analysis, and who know a little bit about partial differential equations. Before starting this project, the student would learn about a wide range of methods from areas like stochastic processes and random fields, stochastic calculus, computational and statistical methods with simulations, and some topics on partial differential equations. Then, the well-posedness of the important stochastic equations and the right numerical methods would be worked out. (if interested). They would also work on making new formulas that could be used in complex modeling in industrial and applied mathematics.
About the Scholarship Provider:
Since its founding in 1920, Swansea University has made a worldwide impact due to its dedication to research as its guiding principle. According to the 2019 editions of the Times and the Sunday Times Good University Guide, it is one of the best 30 schools in the United Kingdom. Not only that, but it’s in the top 30 universities in the entire globe. This institution has earned a stellar name for both its teaching and its research, placing it among the world’s finest universities. (Times Higher Education Rankings 2020). The university was honored not only by being designated Welsh University of the Year for 2019 and 2020, but also by being awarded Gold by the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
It is regularly ranked among the top 10 British universities for graduate employability. (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education 2018). Swansea is the country’s second-largest metropolis and is known for its rich cultural heritage. Swansea University has stunning waterfront campuses, making it a popular choice among prospective foreign students. Two campuses at Swansea institution have received the coveted Green Flag Status Award, making it the only institution in Wales to do so. Swansea University is now firmly established as one of the most research-intensive universities in the United States, thanks to a seventy percent rise in research income over the past decade.
Both the Singleton Park and Bay campuses are home to various academic departments and schools, including the College of Science, College of Engineering, College of Arts and Humanities, College of Human and Health Sciences, Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, School of Management, and Swansea University Medical School. The British Computer Society (BCS), the British Psychological Society (BPS), the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS), the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), the Bar Council of India (BCI), the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), the British Cosmetology Association (BCA), and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Its graduates have gone on to become influential figures in a wide range of disciplines, and the institution has compiled a list of their names. Among the many notable people who attended Swansea University are the actress Annabelle Apsion, the president of Kellogg College at Oxford, Geoffrey Thomas, Jonathan Hill, Jason Mohammad, Chris White, a referee for the English national rugby team, Graham Ryder, a geologist, lunar scientist, and recipient of the National Medal of Science, and many more. If incoming freshmen and graduate students want to be assured of on-campus housing, they must file their housing applications by June 30. Roughly 4,500 students have their housing needs met by Residential Services. Around four kilometers from the main Singleton Campus, you’ll find the biggest building with more than a thousand rooms. Standard dormitory rooms and suites with private bathrooms are the norm on most schools.
Choices in Student Housing Swansea is a university-run group that assists students in finding private rental accommodation and arranging group living situations in the city. Swansea also has dormitory-style student housing buildings. Swansea, the second-largest metropolis in Wales, is located on the southern coast, roughly 70 kilometers west of Cardiff. The city center and the beach are both within walking distance from the educational campuses. Despite being more well-known for its watersports and stunning scenery along its coastline, the city’s nightlife and cultural scene are especially popular among students from the United Kingdom. Although the sciences have traditionally been a strength, the arts’ rising international profile has recently proven to be a significant boon. With a graduate employment rate of 97%, Swansea University is consistently ranked among the top 15 UK institutions.
The National Student Survey consistently ranks Swansea University as one of the top ten universities in the United Kingdom, and students there regularly rank their academic experience as one of the best in the nation. Swansea has a low expense of living compared to other UK major cities. The city is so exciting and friendly that its inhabitants often refer to it as their “second home.”
SeNSS is one of only 14 Doctoral Training Partnerships in the United Kingdom that is sponsored by the ESRC, and they will be offering a handful of fully-funded ESRC doctoral studentships beginning in September 2023. SeNSS is one of the only 14 Doctoral Training Partnerships in the United Kingdom that is sponsored by the ESRC.
Scholarship Sponsor(s):Swansea University
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: £17,668
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
- This scholarship provides a yearly stipend of £17,668 in addition to covering the total cost of tuition costs in the UK.
- There is also the possibility of additional funding for research expenditures.
The Gustafsson & Skrondal Visiting Scholarship is administered by the University of Oslo’s Centre for Educational Measurement (CEMO). As part of the visiting scholar program, CEMO and the University of Oslo host a number of young researchers from Norway and elsewhere each year.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- Candidates are typically required to possess either a bachelor’s degree with a minimum overall grade of 2.1 or a master’s degree with a minimum overall grade of ‘Merit.’ (or Non-UK equivalent as defined by Swansea University). Please refer to the “country specific information for European and international applicants” section, which can be found at the bottom of this page.
- English Language requirements include an overall score of 6.0 on the International English Language Testing System (with no individual component scoring lower than 5.5) or a Swansea recognized equivalent. You can find more information about the English Language entry criteria at Swansea University right here.
- Certificates of completion and academic credentials (if you are currently studying for a degree, screenshots of your grades to date are sufficient)
- A cover letter that includes a “Supplementary Personal Statement,” in which you describe why the position is an especially good fit for your skills and experience, as well as how you intend to advance the project.
- Two recommendations, either academic or from previous employers, must be on letterhead or use the reference form provided by Swansea University. Please take notice that we are unable to consider any references that have been sent to us that cite private email accounts such as Hotmail. When providing a reference, referees should include the email address associated with their place of employment.
- Documentation demonstrating compliance with the English Language prerequisite (if applicable).
- A copy of the resident passport for the UK (if applicable)
- Confirmation that the EDI file was successfully submitted (optional)
The Swansea University 2023 EPSRC PHD Mathematics Scholarship is open to all International Students
If a student enrolls in one of the degree programs offered by SOAS University of London, they may be eligible to receive a fee waiver award in the amount of £5,000. This award is available to students who are interested in receiving a degree from SOAS University of London.
- Are you interested, and do you qualify? Go to Swansea University on www.swansea.ac.uk to apply
- In order to submit, please ensure that your application is completed online and includes the following information:
- The following options are available for your consideration: Mathematics, PhD, Full-time, 3 Years, and July.In the event that you have already submitted an application for the program described above, the application system may issue a warning notice and prevent application. If this occurs, please send an email to [email protected], where staff members will be delighted to assist you in submitting your application.
- Choose the year 2023 as your starting point: funding (page 8)
- If you answered no to the question “Are you funding your own studies?”, then you should enter “RS315 – PhD Maths” in the field labeled “Name of Individual or organization providing funds for study.”
The application deadline for the Swansea University 2023 EPSRC PHD Mathematics Scholarship is April 11, 2023.