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PhD students

Research Students

We run an active PhD research programme covering all areas of research interests of our staff.

The PhD students form an active community organising their own seminar series (and social events) and many of them are active in the WISDOM group. They can choose from an extensive programme of courses including the courses of the London Taught Course Centre for students in Mathematical Sciences (LTCC).

All of our academic staff are happy to take on new PhD students. Should you be interested in doing a PhD with us, check out our research interests first to see who might be interested in supervising you, then contact them personally for further details.

 

Current students:

Name  Supervisor(s)
Jiangdong Ai  Prof Stefanie Gerke, Prof Gregory Gutin
Joshua Croyston Prof James McKee
Alexandra Embleton Prof Brita Nucinkis
Kyle Hutchings Prof Rüdiger Schack
Catherine Keele Dr Alastair Kay
Stegios Koutsioumpas Dr Alastair Kay
Eoughan McDowell Prof Mark Wildon
Simon-Philipp Merz Prof Simon Blackburn
Luke Stewart Prof Simon Blackburn
Maya Thompson Prof Iain Moffat
Thomas Webster Prof Rainer Dietmann
Nick Winstone Prof Brita Nucinkis

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