The Doctoral Program ”Discrete Mathematics” (in its third phase 2019 – 2022) offers up to 24 PhD positions for an advanced PhD training and research program.
For details about the research projects as well as the formal application criteria, see:
Starting in Q1, 2017 there is one open PhD position (3 years) within the BioTechMed Graz funded flagship project
Image-based Learning in Predictive Personalized Models of Total Heart Function (ILEARNHEART)
hosted at the Karl Franzens University Graz (KFU), the Graz University of Technology (TUG) and the Medical University Graz (MUG). The projects incorporates three interdisciplinary research groups headed by scientists from Applied Mathematics, form Medical Engineering and from Computer Science.
For its second funding period the IGDK invites applications for
1 Doctoral Position in Graz.
The dissertation projects cover, for instance, developing numerical methods for variational image processing problems, studying novel approaches for magentic resonance fingerprinting, shape optimization for fluid-structure interaction.
Applicants should hold a master's degree in mathematics or related areas with a strong background in one of the fields of numerics, optimization, or analysis. Applicants are asked to submit a curriculum vitae, copies of certifications of academic qualifications held, a copy of a degree thesis or of a peer-reviewed publication (if available) and two letters of recommendation. Additionally, the candidates are asked to inform themselves beforehand about the spectrum of the available PhD topics from the web page of the IGDK and to order them according to their interest, giving written explanations for their choice within the application letter.
- International research training group IGDK 1754
Optimization and numerical analysis for partial differential equations with nonsmooth structures