Аспирантура в США (Хьюстон, Техас)

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Аспирантура в США (Хьюстон, Техас)
A Ph.D. student position is available at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Houston (Houston, Texas, USA) with the starting date in Spring 2017. The student will work under the supervision of Prof. Alexander Mamonov on computational inverse problems with applications to oil and gas exploration, medical imaging, non-destructive testing, etc. The projects will involve collaboration with leading experts from academia and the oil and gas industry.

An ideal candidate will have a solid background in
- Partial Differential Equations, including numerical methods (FEM, FD, time and frequency domains)
- Model order reduction
- Computational Linear Algebra techniques (Krylov subspace methods)
- Programming in Matlab and/or C/C++

An undergraduate degree in Mathematics is not required. Physics, Computer Science, Mechanics and Engineering majors with a strong background in mathematics and programming are encouraged to apply.

Please contact Prof. Alexander Mamonov at <mamonov@math.uh.edu> if you are interested in applying. Please include the following with your message:
- A statement of "Interests and Goals"
- CV/resume
- Undergraduate transcript with grades (unofficial copy is enough)
- Contact details of three references; at least one reference must be a professional mathematician

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Houston offers an excellent environment to study mathematics and its applications. The graduate program is a home to about 80 students with more than half being international students from over twelve different nationalities. Ph.D. students receive a monthly stipend of $1,900. Further information about the Ph.D. program is available at:
http://www.mathematics.uh.edu/graduate/

Houston, Texas is the fourth most populous city in the United States. With a strong presence of the world's largest oil and gas companies it is known as "The Energy Capital of the World". Houston is a home to Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world that receives over 7 million patient visits annually. NASA's Johnson Space Center is also located in Houston making it one of the leading locations in aerospace industry. The University of Houston has strong ties with all of those industries and there are many internship and full time employment opportunities for its students and graduates.
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