We’re one of the IUC’s largest departments of mathematics, with staff who carry a global reputation and students who love being here. We explore the length and breadth of pure and applied maths. Ph.D. in Mathematics in International University Canada program provides a unique opportunity for students to work in areas mathematics, biology, physics and engineering. Students can work in any of the research areas mentioned below. Each selected student will work with two research supervisors (from two different Departments). For example, a student can have supervisors from Mathematics and an Engineering Department or Biology and an Engineering Department or Physics and Mathematics Departments.
System biology; computational neuroscience; computational biophysics; computational biology; evolutionary biology; theoretical biology; viral dynamics; constrained bimolecular dynamics; mathematical immunology; numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics and scientific computation; wireless communication and sensor networks; stochastic optimal control; mathematical finance; partial differential (algebraic) equations; optimization; computational geometry and topology; computational geometry and data visualization; inverse boundary value problem in the context of imaging; coding theory and techniques; game theory.
- If you are interested in this program please select your preference department as Mathematics Program in the application form.
- Any of the mathematical science fields like applied mathematics, statistics, mathematics etc., you should select “Mathematics” as your branch.
- Any of the biological science fields like biology, microbiology, zoology, genetics, biotechnology etc., you should select “Biological Sciences” as your branch.
- Any of the chemical science fields like organic chemistry, applied chemistry, inorganic chemistry, chemistry etc., you should select “Chemical Sciences” as your branch.
- Any of the physical science fields like applied physics, radio physics, geophysics, physics etc., you should select “Physical Sciences” as your branch.
Mole, N. and Yeun, H. K.
An idealised model of turbulent dispersion: one rectangular pulse initial condition
Zimmerman, W.B., Rees, J.M. and Hewakandamby, B.N.
Numerical analysis of solutocapillary Marangoni-induced interfacial waves
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (2007)
Green, J.J. and Wyatt, L.R
Row-Action Inversion of the Barrick Weber Equations
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (2006)
Maguire, A., Rees, J. and Derbyshire, S.
Stable Atmospheric Boundary Layer Over a Uniform Slope: Some Theoretical Concepts
Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2006)
Wright, P.A., Quegan, S., Wheadon, N.S. and Hall, C.D.
Faraday rotation effects on L-band spaceborne SAR data
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2003)
Rees, J.M., Koprov, B., Koprov, V. and Zimmerman, W.
On solitary wave mediated heat exchange in the Antarctic boundary layer
Atmospheric Science Letters (2003)
Quegan, S. and Jiong Jiong Yu
Filtering of multichannel SAR images
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2001)
Limits to the Inversion of HF Radar Backscatter for Ocean Wave Measurement
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (2000)