PhD positions advertised

The school is advertising a number of PhD positions.

Below are a list of projects with staff involved from mathematics
sciences

How can clustering techniques from pure mathematics or statistics
provide enhanced understanding of Long COVID and identify patients at
increased risk?
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/how-can-clustering-techniques-from-pure-mathematics-or-statistics-provide-enhanced-understanding-of-long-covid-and-identify-patients-at-increased-risk/?p143354

Methodological challenges in dealing with missing data when carrying
out research using electronic health records at University of Plymouth
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/methodological-challenges-in-dealing-with-missing-data-when-carrying-out-research-using-electronic-health-records/?p143339

Higher-order spectra and nonlinear dispersion from the Zakharov equation
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/your-studies/research-degrees/postgraduate-research-studentships/higher-order-spectra-and-nonlinear-dispersion-from-the-zakharov-equation

Heat transfer in ocean environments
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/your-studies/research-degrees/postgraduate-research-studentships/heat-transfer-in-ocean-environments

Real-time hybrid testing for physical modelling of new high capacity
floating offshore wind turbines
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/your-studies/research-degrees/postgraduate-research-studentships/real-time-hybrid-testing-for-physical-modelling-of-new-high-capacity-floating-offshore-wind-turbines

Award of large grant of HPC time.

Dr Drach is the PI of this project  in collaboration with Swansea University that has just been awarded 43 Million core-hours by the DIRAC consortium (a consortium funded by the STFC). The computing time will allow them to run on two national supercomputing services from April 2022 to March 2023. The project, entitled “Composite Higgs Phenomenology at the LHC”, aims at investigating extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics that feature a Composite Higgs boson using HPC-based simulations.