PhD Mathematics in Industry and Commerce Germany 2020 fully Funded
The University of Kaiserslautern (German: Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, commonly referred to as TU Kaiserslautern or simply TUK, unofficially Technical University of Kaiserslautern) is a research university in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
There are numerous institutes around the university, including two Fraunhofer Institutes (IESE and ITWM), the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI SWS), the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), the Institute for Composite Materials (IVW) and the Institute for Surface and Thin Film Analysis (IFOS), all of which cooperate closely with the university.
TU Kaiserslautern is organized into 12 faculties. Approximately 14,869 students are enrolled at the moment. The TU Kaiserslautern is part of the Software-Cluster along with the Technische Universität Darmstadt, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Saarland University. The Software-Cluster won the German government’s Spitzencluster competition, the equivalence to the German Universities Excellence Initiative for clusters.
The MIC programme was launched in 2006. Like the predecessor programmes MSc Industrial Mathematics and the Sandwich PhD programme Industrial Mathematics, it is funded by the DAAD. For students from developing countries, the programme provides the opportunity to do a PhD in applied mathematics. Each year, four to five new scholarship holders can be selected for the programme. The condition for funding is that the countries of origin of the scholarship holders are classified as developing countries according to the OECD, ie they are listed in the annually updated DAC list. The DAAD scholarship covers the cost of living, travel expenses, a health insurance subsidy, and generous support for accompanying family members.
In the programme, the doctoral candidates preferably work on mathematical modeling problems that are directly related to their home country. The optimal control of water networks or traffic flows, evacuation problems, development of earthquake-resistant concrete parts, simulation of the spread of diseases or new methods of financial and actuarial mathematics are only a few of the many fields of research. All research groups of the department accept applicants for the MIC programme.
The doctoral programme MIC is designed for three years and always starts in October. A preparatory German course in August and September is funded by the DAAD and is binding.
Admission requirements are an excellent Master’s degree in mathematics as well as very good knowledge of the English language. In addition to belonging to one of the qualifying countries of origin, the DAAD requires two years of relevant professional experience. Only applicants who have been in Germany for a maximum of one year at the time of application, ie who have been in Germany for a maximum of two years at the start of the programme, can receive funding.
The application is made via the Graduate School of the Department of Mathematics. The same regulations apply as in the doctoral programme Mathematics.
Degree : PhD Mathematics in Industry and Commerce
language : English
Duration of study : 36 month
Host Country : Germany , University of Kaiserslautern
- The scholarship is fully funded, monthly payments of € 1200 for graduates
- Health insurance and personal accident insurance payments
- Travel allowance, unless these expenses are covered by the home country or other source of funding
During the three year PhD study the doctorate candidate carries out independent research under the supervision of a professor and writes a dissertation. The final dissertation must contain relevant new scientific results, which demonstrate the PhD candidates capacity to solve profound mathematical problems.
The Department Council appoints two referees for the assessment of the dissertation.
The doctorate candidate has to present the research results to the members of the university at the dissertation defense and the ensuing scientific discussion.
The PhD admission is issued by the dean of the department. Beforehand the Graduate School Office checks the candidates eligibility for a PhD and assists the applicant to find a suitable supervisor.
As soon as the confirmation of supervision has been signed, the PhD applicant must be registered.
University Application documents :
Along with the confirmation of supervision the following application documents have to be submitted to the Graduate School Office at the Department of Mathematics (48-513):
- Informal application to be admitted as PhD student with
- the name of the supervisor
- title of the research topic
- a declaration regarding whether the candidate has already been admitted to any other PhD programme and whether he / she has irrevocably failed a previous doctoral examination at any other university
- declaration that the applicant received a copy of the PhD rules and regulations at the Department of Mathematics
- CV in German or English, preferably with a photo
- Copy of Master or equivalent university degree
- Instruction about Good Scientific Practice
Required documents (in the following order):
- DAAD application form
- hand-signed CV (please use the europass specimen form at http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/)
- hand-signed letter of motivation (with reference to current occupation) maximum 2 pages
- academic letter/s of recommendation (the letters must have a letterhead, a signature and office stamp and must be of recent date
- professional letter/s of recommendation from your employer (the letters must have a letterhead, a signature and office stamp and must be of recent date)
- confirmation of employment from the employer in your home country and -if possible- a guarantee of reemployment upon your return home
- Proof of language abilities:
a) English – TOEFL or IELTS (Note: We only accept an academic TOEFL)
b) German – necessary for the courses taught in German; for the courses taught in English, if available
- (certified*) copies of awarded academic degrees (certified translation if necessary)
- (certified*) copies of academic transcripts (certified translation if necessary)
Please check with the requirements of the according University whether certified copies are required.
Please note that the University you are applying for may require additional documents. Please check with the website of the according postgraduate course.
How to apply?
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