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PhD Programme

The Non-linearity and Complexity Research Group offer a three-year PhD research programme; normally students are expected to complete an appropriate MSc by Research as their first year. The NCRG is looking for highly motivated individuals to fill three PhD studentships in research areas covered by the group. The group has an internationally renowned research effort spanning theory and applications of pattern analysis, statistical physics, complex systems, stochastic nonlinear equations, and machine learning. 

In particular we encourage applications for the following projects:

  • Shannon information capacity of nonlinear communication channels
  • Field-theoretic approach to complex networks
Further information on Research Degrees in NCRG can be found here.
Information on applying for postgraduate study at Aston can be found here.

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research