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Erlangen PhD programme in mathematics

This is a structured doctoral programme, which is designed for doctoral students,
has the following advantages:

  1. Doctoral students learn to perceive mathematics and mathematical research as a unity.
  2. The doctoral project will be defined on 1-2 pages in cooperation with the supervisor. This is like a contract, although not binding.
  3. Doctoral students gain experience in presenting their questions and results to a wider mathematical public.
  4. Applications for scholarships are supported.
  5. The doctoral programme, represented by its leadership, is an additional contact person who supports the doctoral students during the doctoral phase.
  6. There is the possibility to participate in courses of the FAU Graduate Center.
  7. With the doctorate, the doctoral students acquire the additional certificate of the doctoral program.
  8. The (scientific and personal) contact to other doctoral students in mathematics is intensified.

The doctorate itself is filed according to the doctoral regulations of NatFak. The few rules can be taken from the statutes of the doctoral programme. There you can read in particular that an application for admission to the doctoral programme is possible at any time. The application contains a short curriculum vitae and the above mentioned short description of the doctoral project. If you have any further questions, please contact the
current collegial management of the doctoral programme: Profs. Grün, Schulz-Baldes (Director), Neeb

 

31.01.2019 Doktorandenkolloquium am Dept. Mathematik

16:00 – 19:00 Uhr in Übungsraum 1

Presentations:

Johannes Thuerauf: “Robust Optimization: Theory and Application”

Leah Schaetzler: “Evolutionsgleichungen mit linearem Wachstum”

Tom Stoiber: “An index theorem for Toeplitz operators with non-commutative symbols and applications in solid state physics”

24.05.2018 Doktorandenkolloquium am Dept. Mathematik

16:00 – 19:00 Uhr in Übungsraum 1

Presentations:

Michael Collins “Existenz parabolischer Minimierer auf metrischen Maßräumen – zeitlich unabhängige vs. zeitlich abhängige Randdaten”

Florian Dorsch “Radnom perturbations of hyperbolic dynamics”

Daniel Oeh “Standard subspaces, ordered homogeneous spaces and representations of symmetric spaces”

03.02.2017 Doktorandenkolloquium am Dept. Mathematik

15:00 – 19:00 Uhr in Übungsraum 5
Presentations:

Hermann Schulz-Baldes
“Eine kleine Einführung in die Mathematik von topologischen Isolatoren”

Manuel Herbst
“Die Lévy-Khintchine Formel – Eine kurze Einführung”

Peter Wilhelm
“Wurzelzerlegung von Schleifenalgebren”

Julian Grossmann
“Oszillationstheorie fuer Jacobi Operatoren mit unendlichen Fasern”

Florian Dorsch
“Riemann’sche Geometrie von Grassmann Mannigfaltigkeiten”


30.6.2016: Doktorandenkolloquium am Dept. Mathematik

Presentations:

Prof. Aldo Pratelli
“Umordnung für Mengen und Funktionen: eine Reise nach Symmetrie”

Peter Wilhelm, Vorstellung Promotionsprojekt
“Invariant convexity in infinite dimensional Lie algebras”

Michael Collins, Vorstellung Promotionsprojekt
“Parabolischer Quasi-Minimierer auf metrischen Massraeumen”

22.2.-24.2.2016: Doktorandensymposium in der Franken-Akademie auf Schloss Schney (Lichtenfels)

Minikurs von Prof. Neeb zu “Differenzierbare Strukturen in der Gruppentheorie”

Vorstellung der Promotionsprojekte von Frau Hupp sowie den Herren Grossmann, Herbst, Sonner und Wiedenman

Members of the doctoral programme:

Florian Sonner (seit 2016)

Peter Wilhelm (seit 2016)

Michael Collins (seit 2016)

lorian Dorsch (seit 2016)

Alexander Spies (seit 2017)

Daniel Oeh (seit 2018)

Leah Schaetzler (seit 2018)

Johannes Thuerauf (seit 2018)

Nora Doll (seit 2019)

Tom Stoiber (seit 2019)

 

Former members of the doctoral programme:

Stefan Metzger (Promotion 2017)

Lena Hupp (Promotion 2017)

Julian Grossmann (Promotion 2018)

Stefan Wiedenmann (von 2016-2018)

Manuel Herbst (Promotion 2018)