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Dottorato in Matematica
PhD School in Mathematics

Coordinatore/Director of the School: Prof. Andrea Braides
Segretaria/Secretary: Sig.ra/Ms Simonetta De Nicola
Informazioni/Information: denicola "at" mat.uniroma2.it

Dipartimento di Matematica
Università di Roma "Tor Vergata"
via della Ricerca Scientifica 1
00133 Roma
Italy


Ammissione al dottorato 2017/2018 XXXIII ciclo:
graduatoria finale

Entrance to the PhD School 2017/2018:
final ranking

AVVISO: Le graduatorie e modalità per iscrizioni e subentri verranno rese note alla pagina

http://dottorati.uniroma2.it/index.php/it/features/bando-33-ciclo-a-a-2017-18/70-graduatorie-delle-prove-concorsuali

Sarà comunque inviata una mail da parte dell'Ufficio Dottorato dell'Università a tutti i candidati partecipanti al momento della pubblicazione di ogni singola graduatoria.



A short presentation

The main objective of the school is the preparation of highly skilled mathematicians able to work both in Academia and in other private or public institutions using advanced mathematical research. To this end several advanced courses are offered each year, held by the department faculty and by invited scholars, mainly in English. Beside these courses a great number of seminars are organized regularly. The Department provides a very lively and stimulating scientific environment, also being involved in European Training Networks, hosting research centers such at the Center for Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and being part of the organization of several schools such as the Rome-Moscow Schools. The Department has many agreements with foreign institutions or research consortia (for example the European Several Complex Variables Consortium). More activities are organized in collaboration with the other two Rome Mathematics Departments and institutions such as INdAM, the National Institute for Advanced Mathematics, and IAC, the largest institute of Applied Mathematics of the Italian Research Council CNR.

PhD students are offered a variety of research options both in pure and applied Mathematics from which to choose their thesis subject. The high scientific quality of the research options at the Department is testified by its constant top ranking in Italian research evaluations, by its hosting several European Research Council grants at every level (starting, consolidator and advanced), and several Italian research grants (PRIN, FIRB and others), and by the invitations of its researchers to top international conferences. Beside the activities in Rome, PhD students are encouraged to spend part of their training at some of the many foreign institutions with which research groups have active collaborations.

Career Opportunities

The main source of career opportunities for the PhD in Mathematics is presently given by work in Academia. An internal survey on recent PhDs shows that more than 80 per cent of them have obtained a post-doctoral position immediately after their PhD. Traditionally, PhD graduates may also obtain qualified jobs in the private sector, ranging from space industries to banks, IT companies, etc.. Another possible career is as a high-school teacher, the PhD program providing a deeper and more aware scientific preparation, with possible scientific work on the subject of school teaching itself.

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External Links
Rome PhD Schools
Sapienza PhD School
Roma 3 PhD School
INdAM
IAC
GSSI, L'Aquila
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