Mathematical Analysis

The target group of the doctoral program in mathematical analysis are mathematicians with an interest in research in the field of mathematical analysis in a broad sense and with a desire for a career in academia.

The training in the doctoral program is aimed at building scientists with skills for research and teaching at a high level. During their studies, doctoral students acquire solid knowledge in their chosen subfield of mathematical analysis - a classic, but also constantly evolving and expanding branch of mathematics.

The main sub-areas of mathematical analysis on which the doctoral program is focused are functional analysis, variation analysis, non-smooth analysis, numerical analysis (approximations) and analytical number theory, depending on the specific interests and desire of doctoral students for the research part of their doctoral program. In addition to the listed theoretical areas, doctoral students can acquire knowledge and skills for research in applied areas such as optimal control, differential inclusions and others.

During their studies, doctoral students become part of the academic community of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics and work in direct contact with researchers in the field of mathematical analysis. This is done through their active participation in seminars, national and international schools and conferences, through informal discussions. In this way, they are directly informed about the current state of research in their field, receive ideas for new directions in their work and promote their results around the world and in our country. Joining extremely high-level working groups and encouraging teamwork are additional benefits.

Professional area: 
4.5. Mathematics
Educational and Scientific Degree “Doctor”
Programme code: 
MI45M0801D / MI45M0802D / MI45M0803D
Form of education: 
full-time / part-time / self-study