PhD Positions in Applied Algebraic Topology in Aberdeen

PhD positions in Applications of Algebraic Topology to Neuroscience.

Applications are invited for a fully funded studentship in applied algebraic topology. The studentship is funded by a collaboration grant between the Blue Brain Project at EPFL and the University of Aberdeen. The project involves research in algebraic topology, interactions with and applications to neuroscience.

Consideration will be given to applicants who already have or are expecting to have a First Class degree in mathematics or equivalent by the end of this academic year. Preference may be given to candidates with an MSc in mathematics. Some familiarity with applied and computational topology is an advantage but is not formally required.

Applications should be submitted to the University of Aberdeen

Candidates are encouraged to send a CV, a transcript of prior study and a letter of intent by email to Ran Levi at, prior to formal application.

First Midwest Student Conference: Geometry and Topology meet Data Analysis and Machine Learning

A graduate student conference, “First Midwest Student Conference: Geometry and Topology meet data analysis and machine learning,” is to be held at The Ohio State University on June 1st – 2nd, 2019.
Registration details:
Sign up if interested!

Applied Mathematical Modeling with Topological Techniques, ICERM, Aug 5-9, 2019, Final Announcement

Dear all,

We are happy to share the second (and final) announcement for the ICERM topical workshop on “Applied Mathematical Modeling with Topological Techniques”, August 5-9, 2019. Applications are due on Monday, March 18.

For further information, please see the workshop webpage
or the advertisement poster

The Organizers
Henry Adams, Maria D’Orsogna, Rachel Neville, Jose Perea, Chad Topaz