The Doctoral Programme in Mathematics and Statistics (Domast) offers PhD thesis topics and high-quality supervision in several areas of mathematics. These areas include analysis, inverse problems, mathematical biology, mathematical physics, mathematical logic and statistics. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics employes roughly 170 researchers with a remarkable scientific track record. The department hosts two Centres of Excellence granted by the Academy of Finland and two Academy Professors. Furthermore, the faculty holds two Advanced Grants and two Starting Grants of the European Research Council.
Programme office will be closed from July 2 to July 31.