Doctorate in Mathematical Sciences
Coordinatorof the Doctoral Programme in Mathematical Sciences
Prof. Vieri Mastropietro
Aim of the PHD program in Mathematical Sciences is to provide students with techniques and research methods of contemporary Mathematics up to a complete scientific and cultural autonomy, allowing them to produce original and interesting results.
In addition one aims to prepare a class of experts able to use the powerful methods of mathematics to face the complex problems arising in Science and Industry.
For any student there is a personal program with a tutor.
Students needs to get not less than 12 credits in advanced courses provided by University professors or international experts, which can be found in a Catalog and, for each doctoral cycle, compulsory courses for doctoral students in all areas of study. Students are invited to parecipate to schools and conferences, in order to enter in strict contact with the international research.
Core of the program is the personal research activity, part of which can be done abroad and whose results will enter in the PHD thesis, whose content has to be original and publishable.
The presence of numerous seminars and conferences and the strict collaboration with renowed institutions across the world makes the atmosphere in the Department of Mathematics quite lively and stimulating.