The Department of Mathematics at the University of Genova offers two graduate programmes leading to the Ph.D. degree, that combines study and research opportunities.

**Research areas.** The main active research areas at our Department of Mathematics are:

- harmonic and functional analysis,
- mathematical logic and category theory,
- commutative algebra and computer algebra,
- complex projective geometry,
- analytic number theory,
- arithmetic geometry and algebraic number theory,
- geometrical methods in physical theories,
- mathematical aspects of quantum mechanics and algebraic quantum field theory,
- probability and mathematical statistics,
- numerical analysis and computational methods with applications in medical imaging, neurosciences and astrophysics.

**Application.** Students have to apply by filling in the application form available at the “Bando di Ammissione al XXXIII ciclo del Dottorato di ricerca” web page of the University of Genova. The deadline for the application is the 13th of June 2017. Further information about the application can be found at that link.

**Number of positions.** There are 7 positions available for the Graduate Programme in “Mathematics and Applications” and 4 in the Graduate Programme “Mathematical Methods for Data Analysis” on some specific research projects whose detailed description can be found in the official call. All these positions will start in November 2017.

**Financial support.** There are 5 grants available for students applying for the Programme “Mathematics and Applications” and 4 for the Programme “Mathematical Methods for Data Analysis”. Regarding the positions available for the Programme “Mathematical Methods for Data Analysis”, two of them are financed by Costa Crociere SPA and two of them are financed by Swiss Re.

**Indam DP Cofund 2015. **The PhD Programme in Mathematics is also partner in the following project Indam DP Cofund . Further positions for international students will be available through that project. The deadline for applying to those positions is the 31st of May 2017. Further information are available at the followingÂ link.

**Contacts:**

Director of the Graduate Program: Prof. Nicola Pinamonti

Secretary of the Graduate Program: Dr. Anna Siri