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  1. DPhil in Geometry and Analysis

    ... activities and meetings of the Collaboration, and to learn about the wider fields the Collaboration concerns and current research in them, rather than just about  his or her own DPhil project. Travel funds will be available for this purpose. Applications should be ...

    mielczarek - 2016-10-31 09:40

  2. Postgraduate Studentship in Bayesian Inverse Problems and Seismic Inversion

    ... of £4,000 per year.  There is also a budget for travel and subsistence for the student and for visiting collaborating ... project. See http://www.bp.com/ for further information about BP, one of the world's major oil companies. For further project ... Science and Engineering (MSE). For more information about OCCAM, see http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/occam .   Applications ...

    brenda - 2012-05-09 13:10

  3. IMA Employers Forum

    ... pleased to announce that its next Employers’ Forum will be about Diversity, Inclusivity and Employability.  This event will be hosted ... website .  If you would like the department to cover your travel expenses, please contact Catherine Goodwin as soon as possible. ...

    neale - 2017-10-06 11:33

  4. Mathematical Institute receives a Green Impact Award

    ... recycling methods, sustainable energy efficient buildings, travel and cycling schemes and encouraging staff to reduce their energy usage. ... who has contributed to our success. For more information about the scheme please contact a member of our building operations team. ...

    gillow - 2014-12-03 07:55

  5. Oxford Numerical Analysis Group: PhD studentship: Algorithms and Mathematics related to Chebfun

    ... full university and college fees, plus additional funds for travel and books, and it comes with a place in Exeter College, founded in ... computing since the 1960s and consists of about 9 faculty, 6 postdocs, and 15 Dphil students ( ...

    nims - 2013-05-01 10:35

  6. Advanced Medical Imaging Reconstruction Using Distributed X-ray Sources

    ... produced. In CT imaging, the source and detector are rotated about the patient and through reconstruction (such as Radon methods), a 3D ... affordable and truly portable so radiology can more easily travel to the patient. This transformation will enhance patient’s access to ...

    masonj - 2016-10-18 18:15

  7. Discovering and validating influence in a dynamic online social network

    ... node subnetwork sequence based on key words in the area of travel and holidays. We then compare a range of network centrality measures, ... tweeted whom, when), without requiring further information about the account type or message content, but if we post-process the results ...

    publications_manager - 2017-10-20 17:30

  8. Education

    ... to engage with the general public. The mathemagicians travel across the country presenting mathematical workshops to schools, ... held at the Royal Institution. For more information about the mathematics outreach group please see the M 3 webpage . ...

    fletcher - 2014-09-04 02:00

  9. Education

    ... to engage with the general public. The mathemagicians travel across the country presenting mathematical workshops to schools, ... held at the Royal Institution. For more information about the mathematics outreach group please see the M 3 webpage . ...

    jolliffe - 2017-03-30 13:45

  10. Differential Geometry

    ... locks, then the circle around which it would continue to travel is our osculating circle (if the car is travelling straight ahead, our ... endowed with a "topology". The topology of the set tells us about its properties which are invariant under deformations such as bending and ...

    barkera - 2015-09-12 11:54

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