PhD in Mathematics (Dynamical Systems)(2x2 years)
The candidate is expected to prepare a PhD thesis in the context of
singularly perturbed vector fields, more precisely of planar singularly
perturbed Liénard systems. The Dynamical Systems group at Hasselt
University has a strong background on singular perturbation problems and
Liénard systems. The candidate is expected to collaborate with different
members of the group.
Master in Mathematics or equivalent diploma in mathematics. Students who
will complete their study this year can also apply. There is no need for
the candidate to speak Dutch, however a sufficient knowledge of English
The scholarship is available for a period of 4 years. It consists of a
first appointment of 2 years, which can be followed by a prolongation of
2 years after an evaluation of the progress of the scholarship.