PhD in Mathematics

Academic Year 2017-2018
Subject area Mathematical Physical, Chemical and Astronomical Sciences
Cycle XXXIII
Coordinator Prof. Giovanna Citti
Language English, Italian
Duration 3 years
Positions and scholarships 6 positions with scholarship
Call deadline May 29, 2017 at 01:00 PM (Expired)
Final ranking list Final ranking list available on Studenti Online
Enrollment period From Jul 28, 2017 to Aug 07, 2017
Doctoral programme start date Nov 01, 2017
Main Department
Dept of di Mathematics
Mobility abroad
Yes (3 months)
Curricula and Research topics
  • Partial differential equations
  •  Calculus of variations
  •  Harmonic analysis
  •  Probability theory
  •  Algebraic geometry
  •  Commutative algebra
  •  Complex analysis
  •  Algebraic topology
  •  Combinatorics
  •  Group theory
  •  Continuum mechanics
  •  Electromagnetic theory
  •  Statistical Mechanics and Quantum mechanics
  •  Dynamical systems and ergodic theory
  •  Numerical methods for the solutions of large linear and nonlinear systems
  •  Mathematical finance
  •  Numerical models and methods for inverse problems and image processing.
Job opportunities and potential areas of employment
- research activity in Universities and research centers
- teaching activity in the Universities or secondary schools
- jobs in pubblic or private section which require specific mathematical competences
- modellistic activity and realization of scientific software, analysis of complex systems, and data processing
- research activity in financial, industrial or biomedical institutions
Admission Board

Members
Nicola Arcozzi Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di II fascia
Elena Loli Piccolomini Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di II fascia
Luca Migliorini Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di I fascia
Substitutes
Rita Fioresi Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di II fascia
Marco Lenci Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di I fascia
Andrea  Pascucci Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di I fascia
Fiorella Sgallari Università di Bologna Dip. Matematica Docente di I fascia
Learning outcomes
Phd researchers will have a qualified and specific training in all the research field of mathematics, and willl be able to perform an autonomous research activity in pure or applied math. Indeed their will receive a deep training in a large spectrum of emergent scientific problems, and a personalized training in a specific mathematical field. Hence, he will be able to develop mathematical theories in new directions or to develop models which require a deep mathematical knowledge problems. The PhD will be able to study and solve new problems posed by different fields with a rigorous mathematical approach. For this reason he will have carrier opportunities either in academic endehavior where pure research can be developed, or of industrial, financial or biomedical context where applied math is developed, or he could cover responsibility positions in private or public research centers. Finally he will be able to work in any context where projectual and management skillls are required.
Activities to be carried out by Doctoral candidates
The fellows
- in the first year will follow courses in their research field
- from the second year they will focus on training through research, will follow seminars and participate to specialistic conferences, will perform laboratory activity with mathematical software, will follow courses to acquire specific skills, as for example ability of using library resources, communication skills, grant writing skills.
Research training activities compliant with the Doctoral programme's learning outcomes
Activities for carrier development in academic institutions:
- specialistic seminars on the topics of pure and applied mathematics
- participation to national and international conferences and workshop internazionali, giving short comunicationsi.
Activities for carrier development in private sector, industrial or financial:
- secondments in industrial or financial research centres,
- participations to talks delivered by industrial managers.
Internationalization features
The phd course is characterized by the following elements:
- It will be complemented by two Marie Curie ITN mobility project with partners from different European countries. This will favour the mobility of all students and the presence of many foreners professor, who will give corses and seminars
- Cotutoring is strongly suggested, and half of the students of the first year has a cotutoring with a foreign University
- the preliminary colloquium have to be afforded in english
- the courses can be delivered in english if foreners students are present
- specific training in scientific english will be obtained through seminars and courses in english. Training in general english will be obtaining through the courses of the linguistic center of UNIBO.
Expected research results and products
The main expected result in the phd thesis. Moreover the fellow could submit poster or short comunications to conferences or events.
Doctoral programme Academic Board
Surname Name University/Institution Qualification
BONFIGLIOLI ANDREA Università di Bologna Professore associato
CASELLI FABRIZIO Università di Bologna Professore associato
CITTI GIOVANNA Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
CONTUCCI PIERLUIGI Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
DIECI ROBERTO Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
FERRARI FAUSTO Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
FIORESI RITA Università di Bologna Professore associato
FRANCAVIGLIA STEFANO Università di Bologna Professore associato
FROSINI PATRIZIO Università di Bologna Professore associato
LENCI MARCO Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
MARTINEZ ANDRE' GEORGES Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
MIGLIORINI LUCA Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
PARMEGGIANI ALBERTO Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
PASCUCCI ANDREA Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
SGALLARI FIORELLA Università di Bologna Professore ordinario
SIMONCINI VALERIA Università di Bologna Professore ordinario