PhD positions on an ARC grant

Dear Colleagues,

Please note PhD scholarships associated with an ARC grant “Revisiting the interconnections between approximation theory, optimisation and semi-infinite programming for solving complex Chebyshev approximation problems,” investigators Dr Julien Ugon (Federation University Australia and Deakin), Dr Nadia Sukhorukova (Swinburne University of Technology), Dr Vera Roshchina (RMIT University and Federation University Australia), Prof. Jean-Pierre Crouzeix (Universit√© Clermont Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand), Prof. Marco L√≥pez (University of Alicante, Spain), Prof. Nira Dyn (Tel-Aviv University, Israel)

This project combines Optimisation, Approximation and Algebraic Geometry. We are currently looking for potential PhD students to start in 2018. The project will be running in Australia (Deakin, Swinburne and RMIT).

Please share this information with your colleagues and potential PhD applicants. All applicants should send their CV to one of the following e-mails: nsukhorukova@swin.edu.au, vera.roshchina@rmit.edu.au, j.ugon@federation.edu.au . Please include “PhD scholarship application” in the subject.

Skype interviews will be conducted in mid-December and therefore we strongly encourage the candidates to apply as soon as possible. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to provide the names of at least two referees. These reports are NOT required for the original submission, but will be asked soon after the interviews.

Warmest regards,
Vera Roshchina.

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