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Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology

Job Details:

Title:Mathematics/Mathematical Physics
Position:Phd
Location:Hertfordshire U.
Contact:Lynette Spelman
Closing Date:2021-03-15

Job Description:

The Mathematics/Mathematical Physics group of the University of Hertfordshire invites applications for funded PhD positions starting in October 2021. Preference will be given to applications received before 15th March 2021.

One or more positions may be available, fully funded for 3.5 years, to start in October 2021. The successful candidate(s) will join the Mathematics/Mathematical Physics group consisting of permanent staff members: Catarina Carvalho, Livia Ferro, Tomasz Lukowski, Vidas Regelskis, Yann Peresse, Ole Steuernagel, Charles Strickland-Constable, and Charles Young. Subject areas covered by our group are topological algebra, quantum groups and representation theory, classical and quantum integrable models, supergravity and generalised geometry, scattering amplitudes in gauge theories, and related topics.

To apply, a completed application form, along with copies of higher education certificates and or transcripts, a copy of your passport and two letters of reference should be returned by e-mail to Lynette Spelman at the address doctoralcollegeadmissions@herts.ac.uk, by the closing date. The application form can be downloaded from


You should include (in section 11 of the form) a brief statement of your interests and experience. You should arrange for your referees to write separately using the form provided, and to send their letters to the same e-mail address, by the closing date. For practical questions about applications, please contact:


Prospective candidates are encouraged to make informal inquiries directly to members of the group: https://www.herts.ac.uk/research/groups-and-units/mathematics-and-mathematical-physics/people

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