January 3, 2019
The Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information is happy to announced fully funded PhD studentships relating to projects and subject areas covering all aspects of the broad field of mathematics of information. The scheme is open to applicants from all countries.
The Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information is hosted within the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Cambridge and is a collaboration between DAMTP and DPMMS. It accommodates research activity on fundamental mathematical problems and methodology for understanding, analyzing, processing and simulating data. Data science research performed in the Institute is on the highest international level, aiming to extract the relevant information from large- and high-dimensional data with a predictable certainty.
Degree Level: Studentships are available to pursue PhD programme.
Available Subject: Studentships are awarded in fields of Mathematics of Information.
Scholarship Benefits: Studentship offers:
- Fully funded PhD Studentships do include University Composition Fees and maintenance for the duration of your course to match the RCUK minimum level.
- The scheme is open to applicants from all countries.
Eligible Nationalities: The scheme is open to applicants from all countries.
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
The academic requirements for entry to this PhD are a first-class honours degree, awarded after a four-year course in mathematics or related subject, or a three-year degree with a one-year postgraduate course on advanced mathematics or related subject.
The usual minimum entry requirement is a first-class honours degree, awarded after a four-year course in mathematics or mathematics-related subject, or a three-year degree together with a one-year postgraduate course on advanced mathematics or a mathematics-related subject. Part III (MMath/MASt) of the Mathematical Tripos provides such a course. Note, however, that entry is competitive and a higher level of preparation may be required.
- Apply using the standard PhD application procedure via the University’s Graduate Admissions website; and
- Send an expression of interest letter to cmi-at-maths.cam.ac.uk which explains why you are interested in this course.