Thursday, December 11, 2014

[DMANET] PhD positions in Operations Research at the London School of Economics

PhD positions in Operations Research at the London School of Economics

The Operations Research group at the London School of Economics has
openings for PhD students. The group, consisting of Gregory Sorkin,
Giacomo Zambelli, Katerina Papadaki, and László Végh, is seeking
exceptionally talented and motivated students with a strong mathematical
background and interest in mathematical foundations of operations
research, including discrete optimization, algorithms, games,
combinatorics, and related areas. For further information about us
please see

Applicants will automatically be considered for funding covering fees
and paying £18,000/year (approximately €23,000 or $28,000) for 4 years.
The award of these scholarships is competitive across LSE based on
academic performance (typically in an MSc or equivalent) and suitability
of the proposed research. There are two rounds of funding, with
deadlines of 12th January and 27th April 2015.

Prospective applicants are encouraged to email at the earliest opportunity to discuss their
qualifications and research interests before submitting a formal
application. Application procedures may be found at Note
that GRE or GMAT results are required.

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